Havana, May 23.- Cuba has been an international reference in the prevention and treatment of diabetes, considered a global catastrophe in health, Ileydis Iglesias, director of the National Institute of Endocrinology, said.
Havana, May 22.- The 1st International Diabetes Congress opens in Havana on Wednesday with about 400 specialists from Latin America, Europe, Asia and the United States, who will insist on the need to prevent this disease, considered the 7th leading cause of death by 2030.
Havana, May 18.- At 7:45 p.m. on Thursday, May 16, 2019, the Cuban National Seismological Service's network of stations recorded an earthquake reported as perceptible, located at coordinates 19.84 degrees North Latitude and -75.79 degrees West Longitude, with a depth of 3.6 km. It had a magnitude of 3.0 and its epicenter was located 22.8 km south-southeast of the city of Santiago de Cuba, province of Santiago de Cuba. This is the No.1 perceptible earthquake of the year 2019.
Geneva, May 16.- The World Health Organization (WHO) has launched the Race Walk from Saying to Deed: The Health Challenge for All 2019 to encourage physical activity as part of a sustainable healthy future.
Havana, May 13.- The Havana-Holguín passenger train, which has not run since 2006, will run again in the second half of this year, with departures every three days.
Havana, Cuba, May 1.- Cuban Telecommunications Company (ETECSA) started marketing the service of hosting of websites for natural people.
Havana, Apr 26.- The development of Cuban agroforestry products such as coffee, honey, as well as caring for the environment, among other issues, was highlighted today by directors of these areas in Cuba.
Havana, Apr 25.- The Cuban Agency for Nuclear Energy and Advanced Technologies (Aenta) highlighted the signing of a protocol of talks between Cuba and Russia to develop nuclear energy for peaceful purposes.
Havana, Mar 26.- Experts and tour operators from all over the world are focusing their attention on the international nature tourism event to be held in Cuba this year.
Buenos Aires, Mar 21.- The Cuban experience in the elimination of mother-to-child transmission of sexually transmitted diseases such as HIV and syphilis was presented this Thursday in one of the parallel events of the South-South Cooperation Conference, to be held in Buenos Aires.