Hits: 657 Created on 29 April 2016 Written by CARIBVET Category: HEALTH NEWS
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GOOD ANIMAL AND VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH

ST. GEORGE -- "The Caribbean Animal Health Network, CaribVET, continues to work in earnest with its partners to safeguard the animal and veterinary public health of the Caribbean region", affirmed Dr Kathian Hackshaw, Chair of the Steering Committee of CaribVET, at the network's annual Meeting held in Grenada, 4-6 April 2016. In her opening remarks, she highlighted the strong link between animal health and international trade, saying that CaribVET is highly committed to contributing to the development of a safe, prosperous and healthy region.

Read more: THE KEY TO A SAFE AND PROSPEROUS REGION
 
Hits: 682 Created on 30 March 2016 Written by Tara Carter Category: HEALTH NEWS
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CALABASH GRENADA EMPLOYS EFFECTIVE MOSQUITO PREVENTION TECHNIQUE

 

ST. GEORGE -- The Calabash Luxury Boutique Hotel & Spa is remaining true to its eco friendly brand while protecting guests and local visitors from the threat of mosquitoes.

Read more: FIGHTING VECTOR-BORNE DISEASES
 
Hits: 885 Created on 02 March 2016 Written by GIS Category: HEALTH NEWS
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MINISTRY OF HEALTH EVALUATES STUDENTS FOR CHICKENPOX

St. George -- The Ministry of Health on Tuesday screened over 400 students from the St. George's Anglican School, holding firm to its promise to evaluate students for Chickenpox before returning them to the classrooms.

Read more: STUDENTS RETURN TO CLASSROOMS
 
Hits: 1065 Created on 17 March 2016 Written by MOH Category: HEALTH NEWS
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MINISTRY OF HEALTH DISMISSES NDC'S CLAIM OF THREE GASTROENTERITIS DEATHS AS FALSE

ST. GEORGE - The Ministry of Health (MOH) is particularly concerned about the false and deliberately misleading reports circulated by the National Democratic Congress (NDC), which claimed that three babies had died as a result of Gastroenteritis at the General Hospital, last weekend.

Read more: A DIFFERENT STORY
 
Hits: 860 Created on 23 February 2016 Written by George Category: HEALTH NEWS
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OUTBREAK OF CHICKEN POX AT ST. GEORGE'S ANGLICAN JUNIOR SCHOOL

ST. GEORGE -- The Ministry of Health has confirmed seventeen cases of chicken pox among students, as of Monday, following an outbreak at the St. George's Anglican Junior School.  The Chief Medical Officer has advised that the school be closed from today until Friday in order to facilitate monitoring of all students, and treatment of those affected.

Read more: NO SCHOOL FROM FEBRUARY 23 TO 26, 2016
 

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