Radio Cadena Agramonte
Thursday, February 22, 2018

Health


  • Yellow Fever Claims 118 Lives in Brazil

    Yellow Fever Claims 118 Lives in Brazil

    Brasilia, Feb 16.- From July 1st, 118 people have been killed to the present date in Brazil by the yellow fever, out of a total of 407 cases infected by the disease throughout the country, said the Ministry of Health.

  • Over 32,000 HIV Infected in Nepal

    Over 32,000 HIV Infected in Nepal

    Kathmandu, Feb 12.- More than 32,000 Nepalese are infected with HIV/AIDS, a situation that intensifies the awareness campaign, especially among young people, two NGOs warned today.

  • Chinese Technique Reverses Lung Cancer Damage with Stem Cells

    Chinese Technique Reverses Lung Cancer Damage with Stem Cells

    Beijing, Feb 9.- Chinese scientists have managed to repair lung cancer affected tissues by transplanting stem cells extracted from the patients'' respiratory tract, which is the first therapy of its kind in the world.

  • Virus Threatens Pyeongchang Winter Olympics

    Virus Threatens Pyeongchang Winter Olympics

    Seoul, Feb 7.-  The number of people infected with a stomach virus has already risen to 86 in Pyeongchang, where the Winter Olympics will start Friday, February 9, health authorities of the Republic of Korea informed.

  • PAHO: Malaria Cases Increase in the Americas

    PAHO: Malaria Cases Increase in the Americas

    Washington, Feb 5.- The number of malaria cases increased in several countries of the Americas in 2016 and 2017, after almost a decade of sustained decline, highlights an epidemiological update of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO).

  • Cuban, Spanish Surgeons to Participate in a Workshop on Neuro-Interve

    Cuban, Spanish Surgeons to Participate in a Workshop on Neuro-Interve

    Havana, Jan 30.- Neurosurgeons from Cuba and Spain will exchange experiences here in a theoretical-practical workshop on vascular neuron-interventionism, as part of the 56th anniversary of the National Institute of Neurology.

  • India Investigates Increase of Deaths of Children after Vaccines

    India Investigates Increase of Deaths of Children after Vaccines

    New Delhi, Jan 29.- More than 1,000 children died in India from April to December last year, after being vaccinated against different diseases, a situation about which the authorities in this country are concerned.

  • Outbreak of Newcastle virus in Colombia

    Outbreak of Newcastle virus in Colombia

    Bogota, Jan 24.- Colombian health authorities warned today about the presence in the country of the Newcastle virus, which is transmitted by direct contact with infected birds and may cause conjunctivitis in people.

  • Natural and Traditional Medicine at Calixto 2018 Convention in Cuba

    Natural and Traditional Medicine at Calixto 2018 Convention in Cuba

    Havana, Jan 23.- The Natural and Traditional Medicine (MNT) is one of the issues to be debated today by delegates and guests from more than 15 countries who are participating until tomorrow at the International Convention, Calixto 2018, in this capital.

  • Another Nigerian State Reports Death Due to Lassa Fever

    Another Nigerian State Reports Death Due to Lassa Fever

    Abuja, Jan 22.- The government of the state of Ondo (southwest) confirmed today one death and 24 cases in different Nigerian locations, in a new outbreak of Lassa fever in the area.