Hits: 130 Created on 03 April 2014 Written by kEVILLE fREDERICK Category: HEALTH NEWS
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MINISTRY OF HEALTH KICKS OFF BEDSIDE REGISTRATION PROGRAM

ST. GEORGE -- The Registrar General's Department (RGD) of Ministry of Health and Social Security is embarking on a new initiative that is expected to improve birth registration throughout the Grenada Carriacou and Petite Martinique.

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Hits: 131 Created on 31 March 2014 Written by sams Category: HEALTH NEWS
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MAKING PRIVATE MEDICAL CARE MORE AFFORDABLE!

St. George -- On Thursday and Friday March 27th & 28th, a team from St. Augustine Medical Services Inc. (SAMS) held a mini health fair at Communal Cooperative Credit Union (CCCU) Head Office, where a registered nurse screened staff and members of CCCU to assess their blood pressure and sugar levels.

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Hits: 145 Created on 25 March 2014 Written by RAWLE TITUS Category: HEALTH NEWS
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NEW DAY DAWNS FOR GRENADA'S HEALTHCARE

ST. GEORGE -- The Grenada Government is setting the stage for medical advancements with the use of modern digital medical equipment that can enable the country to enjoy endless benefits with the use of E-medicine.

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Hits: 113 Created on 26 March 2014 Written by Andrea Morales Category: HEALTH NEWS
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FDA PROPOSES REGULATIONS TO PREVENT FOOD ADULTERATION AND IMPROVE TRANSPORT

San Jose, Costa Rica -- Two new proposals from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the United States would force producers and importers of food items in that country to improve their practices concerning the safe transfer of food supplies and to take action to prevent deliberate adulteration.

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Hits: 147 Created on 05 March 2014 Written by Zoe Hagley Category: HEALTH NEWS
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LIME DONATES $5000EC TO SCOTIA BANK'S "TOGETHER WE CARE" CAMPAIGN

St. George - Telecommunications giant LIME has pledged their support by donating $5000EC to the "Together we Care" campaign spearheaded by the Bank of Nova Scotia and the Grenada HIV Care Foundation. The campaign which is organized in collaboration with the Ministry of Health, aims at fighting the stigma and discrimination that often accompanies individuals suffering with the disease.

Read more: LIME PARTNERS WITH SCOTIA BANK
 

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