Hits: 423 Created on 29 July 2016 Written by GIS Category: HEALTH NEWS
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MINISTRY OF HEALTH ENGAGES IN ACTIVE SURVEILLANCE IN RESPONSE TO GASTRO REPORTS

ST. GEORGE -- Grenadian health officials are stepping up its response to effectively manage and control what appears to be an increase in the number of gastroenteritis (gastro/stomach flu) in some parts of the island.

Read more: BE ON GUARD
 
Hits: 554 Created on 21 July 2016 Written by MOH Category: HEALTH NEWS
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HEALTH MINISTRY SPEARHEADS PRE-CARNIVAL CLEAN-UP

ST. GEORGE -- The Ministry of Health will spearhead a pre-carnival clean-up campaign in selected communities as the country continues to take measures that can prevent the outbreak and spread of vector-borne diseases.

Read more: PREVENTING VIRUS-BORNE DISEASES
 
Hits: 627 Created on 07 July 2016 Written by Kelliann Waldron Category: HEALTH NEWS
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SPIDER VEIN TREATMENT BEING OFFERED IN GRENADA

St. George -- Spider veins are a condition that is particularly common in women and some children. They are small red, purple and blue veins, resembling spider's legs, which are very visible and can be seen through the skin. Their occurrence tends to increase in frequency with age, normally with women, although men can also be affected, in their mid-thirties and upwards.

Read more: ANOTHER TREATMENT NOW AVAILABLE
 
Hits: 643 Created on 07 July 2016 Written by George Category: HEALTH NEWS
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ZIKA TAKES ITS FIRST VICTIM IN GRENADA

St. George -- At Tuesday's post cabinet briefing, Health Minister, Nickolas Steele advised that the number of Zika cases in Grenada had grown to nine, and that there were 30 suspected cases, as well.

Read more: ZIKA MEANS BUSINESS HERE
 
Hits: 563 Created on 07 July 2016 Written by Associated Press Category: HEALTH NEWS
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US URGES AERIAL SPRAYING AMID JUMP IN PUERTO RICO ZIKA CASES

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — As many as 50 pregnant women in Puerto Rico are becoming infected with Zika every day, top U.S. health officials said Wednesday as they urged the U.S. territory to strongly consider aerial spraying to prevent further spread of the mosquito-borne virus.

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