Radio Cadena Agramonte
Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Health


  • Dengue Fever Epidemic Strikes Nicaragua

    Dengue Fever Epidemic Strikes Nicaragua

    Managua, Oct 30.- A dengue fever epidemics is striking the Nicaraguan national territory, and there are 5,320 people infected and 14 deceased up to now, according to the latest data provided by the local Public Health Ministry Wednesday.

  • Cuba-Russia Meeting of Urology Held in Havana

    Cuba-Russia Meeting of Urology Held in Havana

    Havana, Oct 30.- On the role of the mass media in the prevention of urological diseases, will discuss today in Havana Cuban and Russian experts.

  • Healthy Hobbies Help Prevent Heart Attacks

    Healthy Hobbies Help Prevent Heart Attacks

    London, Oct 29.- Leading a active lifestyle through the practice of healthy hobbies may reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes, affirmed a specialized source.

  • Cuba Hosts Urology Congress

    Cuba Hosts Urology Congress

    Havana, Cuba, Oct 28.- Refresher courses in endourology and prostate and bladder cancer will take place today in this capital, as part of the activities of the 20th Cuban Congress of Urology, which will be opened tomorrow.

  • Uruguayan Health Minister Highlights Role of Cuban Doctors

    Uruguayan Health Minister Highlights Role of Cuban Doctors

    Havana, Cuba, Oct 26.- Uruguayan Health minister Susana Muñiz expressed in the capital Montevideo her gratefulness for the solidarity and support given to her people by  Cuba and the Jose Marti medical brigade.

  • Scientists Say Eating Chocolate Is Not Fattening

    Scientists Say Eating Chocolate Is Not Fattening

    London, Oct 25.- A study conducted by Spanish researches shows that eating chocolate is not fattening, according to an article published by the journal Nutrition.

  • Training Course of Program More Doctors Ends in Brazil

    Training Course of Program More Doctors Ends in Brazil

    Brasilia, Oct 25.- A total of 2,200 foreign health professionals in the Brazilian program More Doctors concluded today their three-week training course, prior to their transference to the territories where they will render their services.

  • Caribbean Deputy Prime Minister Interested in Cuban Medicament

    Caribbean Deputy Prime Minister Interested in Cuban Medicament

    Havana, Cuba, Oct 23.- Earl Asim Martin, Deputy Prime Minister of Saint Kitts and Nevis, who is on an official visit to Cuba, expressed on Tuesday his country’s great interest in Cuba’s leader medicament Heberprot-B, the only one in the world to combat diabetic foot ulcers.

  • H1N1 Virus Controlled in Trinidad & Tobago; Dengue Cases Appear

    H1N1 Virus Controlled in Trinidad & Tobago; Dengue Cases Appear

    Port of Spain, Oct 17.- Trinidad and Tobago Health Minister Fuad Khan affirmed today that the outbreak of H1N1 virus in the country is under control but a high number of cases of dengue fever have been detected.

  • Nicaraguan AIDS Death Toll Reaches 1,030

    Nicaraguan AIDS Death Toll Reaches 1,030

    Managua, Oct 14.- The total figure of people that have died of the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), caused by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) in Nicaragua in the last 26 years reached 1,030, according to a report by the Health Ministry.