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TOCO Foundation Holds Free Dental Clinic In Micoud

The TOCO Foundation, in partnership with the Montana Dental Clinic has wrapped up a free dental clinic at Ti Rocher, Micoud. The clinic, which ran from Monday January 07...

T&T On Alert After 3 Swine Flu Deaths

The  Trinidad and Tobago Health Min­istry is on high alert for cas­es of Swine Flu fol­low­ing the death of a third pa­tient from the dead­ly virus, the Trinidad and...
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Walk For the Cure Raises Over Half A Million US Dollars For Cancer In...

CIBC FirstCaribbean’s Walk for the Cure, the region’s largest cancer fundraiser, has again topped the US half million mark in fundraising for cancer causes across the English and Dutch...

Campaigners Concerned Over Cancer-Causing Chemicals In Bacon, Ham

Campaigners are urging the British government to do more to rid the cancer risk from processed meats such as bacon and ham, according to Sky News. The news organisation has...

Incoming CARICOM Chairman Cites Need For Healthy Work Force

The incoming Chairman of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), has asserted that a well-educated and healthy workforce is at the core of the region's thrust for growth and development. Doctor Timothy Harris...

Fourteen Pound Baby Breaks Record At Texas Hospital

A Texas newborn made a grand appearance earlier this month, at an unexpected 14 pounds and 13 ounces, USA Today has reported. According to the publication, parents Jennifer and Eric Medlock were...

Saint Lucia Strengthens Vision Care Services

Vision care in Saint Lucia is expected to be improved as a result of a visit by a team from the Frimley Park Hospital UK, the Ministry of Health...
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Fiesta Corn Recalled in St. Lucia & Other Countries

U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA): Del Monte Foods Inc. announced a recall of over 64,000 cases of FIESTA CORN Seasoned with Red & Green Peppers due to under-processing....
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Jamaica Records Six Suspected Dengue-Related Deaths

Jamaica has recorded six suspected dengue related deaths, the Jamaica Observer has reported, quoting the country's Ministry of Health. At the same time, there have been 570 suspected cases of...

CMO Urges Saint Lucians To Get Tested For HIV

Chief Medical Officer (CMO), Doctor Merlene Fredericks-James has urged Saint Lucians to get tested and know their HIV status. The CMO spoke as this country prepares to celebrate World Aids...