Havana, Jul 18. - A team of the International Organism of Atomic energy (OIEA) continues today in this capital a meeting with Cuban experts on the arrangements so that a mission should travel to Cuba in next November in order to check his preparation in case of emergency situations.
Havana, Jul 6.- Delegates from some 10 countries will attend the 4th Congress of the Cuban Society of Natural and Traditional Medicine, BIONAT 2018, to evaluate experiences on the advances of the specialty, the organizers reported yesterday.
United Nations, July 2. - A new medicine called carbetocine offers new perspectives in the treatment of the pregnant women, to the being stable and as effective as the oxytocin, according to clinical essays of the World Organization of the Health (WHO).
Havana, Jun 29.- The 8th Cuban Congress on Sexual Education, Guidance and Therapy is closing here today, after intense days of debate dedicated to comprehensive sexuality teaching at schools.
Escuintla, Guatemala,Jun 13.- Cuba's state mission in Guatemala confirmed today that in the next hours a reinforcement of doctors from the departments of this country will arrive in Escuintla where the Cuban Medical Brigade (BMC) has a presence.
Havana, Jun 7.- With the aim of discussing heart health in the region and the world, a joint meeting of the American College of Cardiology (ACC) and the Cuban Society of Cardiology (SCC) is underway today in Havana.
Havana, May 23.- Public Health Minister Roberto Morales held bilateral meetings with counterparts from several countries to strengthen relations and promote medical cooperation projects, it was reported today.
Havana, May 16 .- The 8th Latin American Congress of Health Psychology, Alapsa 2018, started today in this capital to exchange experiences and work methods of the specialty with delegates from more than 10 countries.
Havana, May 10.- Health psychologists from 11 countries will participate in the 8th Latin American Congress of that discipline, to reflect on the requirements posed by this science, said the organizers.
Washington, May 2.- A male contraceptive method capable of hindering the movement of sperm was developed by US scientists, according to a study published today.