Radio Cadena Agramonte
Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Health / Health


  • Cuba: Medical care guaranteed

    Cuba: Medical care guaranteed

    Cuba, Sep 20.- Speaking to Granma International, Lázara Hernández Arias and Nayari Corrales Medina stated that they “never felt scared” as Hurricane Irma made its way along Cuba’s northern coastline. At that time, both were at a medical facility in Havana, with the…
  • Recovery of Cuban Health Sector after Hurricane Makes Progress

    Recovery of Cuban Health Sector after Hurricane Makes Progress

    Havana, Sep 18.- Since Hurricane Irma hit Cuba, the country has been recovering its damaged health centers without epidemiological situations, top leaders from the health sector said.

  • Cuban Nursing Congress Gathers Some 17 Nations

    Cuban Nursing Congress Gathers Some 17 Nations

    Havana, Sept 11.- Delegates of 17 nations will participate in the 17th Cuban Nursing Congress, 2017 Nursing, that will be held here on September 18-22 in the Convention Palace, the organizer committee confirmed today.

  • Health System Recovers in Havana after Hurricane Irma

    Health System Recovers in Havana after Hurricane Irma

    Havana, Sep 14.- 72 hours after Hurricane Irma's onslaught in Havana, 98 percent of hospitals in the capital city already has electricity and running water, said local director of health Reynol Garcia.

  • Cuban Nursing Congress Gathers Some 17 Nations

    Cuban Nursing Congress Gathers Some 17 Nations

    Havana, Sept 11.- Delegates of 17 nations will participate in the 17th Cuban Nursing Congress, 2017 Nursing, that will be held here on September 18-22 in the Convention Palace, the organizer committee confirmed today.

  • Cuban Doctors Arrive in Vietnam

    Cuban Doctors Arrive in Vietnam

    Hanoi, Sept. 4.- The first four Cuban doctors from a group of 17 who will begin working in Vietnam this year have arrived here today as part of the joint decision to increase cooperation in this area as well.

  • Study Reveals HIV-Prevalence Decrease in Uganda

    Study Reveals HIV-Prevalence Decrease in Uganda

    Kampala, Sept 1st.- Prevalence of HIV in Uganda decreased from 7.3 percent in 2011 to the current six percent, according to a report by a regional media outlet quoting a study published by the Health Ministry.

  • Caribbean Health Authorities Monitor Conjunctivitis Outbreak

    Caribbean Health Authorities Monitor Conjunctivitis Outbreak

    Port-of-Spain, Aug 21.- The Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) restated the warning on conjunctivitis, also known as Pink Red Eye, outbreaks that today affect several countries of the region.

  • Chilean Government Alarmed by HIV Increase

    Chilean Government Alarmed by HIV Increase

    Santiago, Chile, Aug 8.- The Chilean government has taken several actions to neutralize the incidence of HIV-positive cases, which scaled up 66 percent in the last six years.

  • Cuba Vaccinating Against Seasonal Flu

    Cuba Vaccinating Against Seasonal Flu

    Havana, July 28.- The vaccination campaign against seasonal influenza is beginning today throughout the country, aimed at children under two years of age, pregnant women and people over 75 years old, among other vulnerable groups.