Kingston, Nov 10.- The need to create conscience to preserve the power of antibiotics and their impact in foods, people and animals, was promoted by Jamaican Industry, Trade, Agriculture and Fishing Minister Georgette Thompson.
Havana, Nov 6.- Surgical treatment of congenital malformations, lithiasis by minimally invasive methods and pediatric and adolescent urology are topics of the 21st Cuban Congress of that branch, which begins today in this city.
Havana, Nov 1.- It was the opportunity to heal and care for people that inspired Aleida Gamdaria Edward to study nursing.
Antananarivo, Oct 26.- The bubonic plague that is affecting Madagascar is now extended to the two main cities of this African country, where about 124 people were killed, according to official statistics.
Beijing, Oct 20.- The China Food and Drug Administration has approved today a developed Ebola vaccine, causing thousands of deaths, especially in West Africa.
Havana, Oct 19.- Anesthesiologists from Cuba and the Americas present today their results and experiences at the 11th Congress on this specialty on the island, the president of the organizing committee, Alberto Martínez, informed today.
Havana, Cuba, Oct 17.- The people and government are grateful for Cuban assistance to the island of Dominica, which was devastated in September by Hurricane Maria, said Mathew Walter, the Dominican ambassador to Cuba.
Havana, Oct 12.- The 11th Cuban Congress on Anesthesiology, Revival and Pain entitled “Cubaestesia 2017” to be held in Havana with discussions on the implication of anesthesia techniques in senior citizens, obese and critical patients when they require surgery with certain complications.
Cuba, October 6.- The prevalence of skin cancer in Cuba and the development of therapeutic injectibles to treat allergies caused by dust mites, were among issues discussed during several international conferences on dermatology and allergies, taking place in Havana's International Conference Center, October 4-7.
San Jose, Oct 3.- Statistics from the Ministry of Health of Costa Rica confirm today 307 Zika cases in the first 38 weeks of 2017, while notifying 2,124 people likely to carry that dangerous arbovirus.