Radio Cadena Agramonte
Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Health


  • Blood Donation, Sublime Act of Generosity and Love

    Blood Donation, Sublime Act of Generosity and Love

    By Mariela Peña Seguí/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.
    mariela@rcagramonte.icrt.cu

    The wide array of activities for the World Blood Donor Day in Camagüey named as “Young blood” by the Committees for the Defense of the Revolution (CDR), began on 7 June and finished on eve.

  • World No Tobacco Day, for a Healthier Life

    World No Tobacco Day, for a Healthier Life

    By Alex López Almaguer / Radio Cadena Agramonte.alex@rcagramonte.icrt.cuTobacco consumption has its origins in the American tribes, populations who employed it for magic religious rituals of this culture. Arrival of the Spanish brought diffusion of the habit in the world, a couple of centuries l…
  • Cuban Neurophysiologist Wins Award from the Int’l Academy for Child Brain Development

    Cuban Neurophysiologist Wins Award from the Int’l Academy for Child Brain Development

    Havana, Cuba, May 23.- Cuban neurophysiologist Calixto Machado Curbelo was honored by the International Academy for Child Brain Development with its highest award, the Statuette with Pedestal. The award acknowledges exceptional contributions to the study of human development and is presented each…
  • Cuban Software to Benefit the Health Sector

    Cuban Software to Benefit the Health Sector

    Havana, Cuba, Feb 9.- A Cuban software for computerization in the health sector will be presented in the 14 International Fair and Convention on Informatics 2011 (Informatica 2011), underway until Friday, February 11. ALAS PACS-RIS, from the University of Informatics Sciences (UCI), is one of the…
  • Yes, Cuba Fulfills her Obligations with Haiti

    Yes, Cuba Fulfills her Obligations with Haiti

    By Arailaisy Rosabal García/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.
    lasy@rcagramonte.icrt.cu

    Devastating, apocalyptical, painful, sad … I’m simply running out of words to describe the earthquake that hit Haiti twelve months ago. The conditions in that country were already precarious, and after the January 12th catastrophe the future of that people seemed to have been sealed:  a long lasting desolation.

  • Cuban Vaccine for Advanced Lung Cancer Extended to Primary Health Care

    Cuban Vaccine for Advanced Lung Cancer Extended to Primary Health Care

    Havana, Cuba, Dec 17.- The first Cuban therapeutic vaccine to treat advanced lung cancer, the only one registered in the world for this type of malignant tumor, has been extended primary health care in the country.

  • Maria Curie Oncological Hospital Wages an Enduring Battle for Life

    Maria Curie Oncological Hospital Wages an Enduring Battle for Life

    By Raysa Mestril Gutiérrez / Radio Cadena Agramonte.raysa@rcagramonte.icrt.cuIn spite of being very expensive, Cuba belongs to an exclusive club of nations using the most modern nuclear medicine techniques to fight cancer.     In this scientific outpost we can find the health care providers w…
  • Horse Therapy Center in Camagüey, a Place Where Happiness Reigns

    Horse Therapy Center in Camagüey, a Place Where Happiness Reigns

    By Mariela Peña Seguí / Radio Cadena Agramonte.
    mariela@rcagramonte.icrt.cu

    The attention to people with mental or physical disabilities in Cuba shows satisfactory results. Since February 5, 2004, the Jardin de Sueños Horse Therapy Center has been running in the Cuban central province of Camagüey, where children with disabilities receive specialized treatment, and a lot of love.

  • Is it Really a Pleasure to Smoke?

    Is it Really a Pleasure to Smoke?

    By Yicel López DiversentDid you know that smoking is the second cause of death in the world?  This addiction inflicts serious damage to our vital organs, however, the number of consumers increase by the day. In recent years, the World Health Organization has reported an increase of individual s…
  • Camagüey Improves Assistance to Diabetic Children

    Camagüey Improves Assistance to Diabetic Children

    By Maria Irene Maxan de la Celda / Radio Cadena Agramonte

    The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) reports that over 190 million people in the world are suffering from diabetes mellitus and it is believed that the cases could reach more than 333 millions people in 2025.