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Breast Cancer Survivor Using Memoir to Help Build Oncology Centre in St Vincent

In 2007, not long after fulfilling her dream of living in Paris, France, Karla Baptiste was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer at the age of 34. She had just received her MBA and, like most new graduates, she was […]

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Baby miraculously revived after 101 Minutes of CPR

Gardell Martin who is a 22-month-old boy was innocently playing with his brothers in the backyard of their West Buffalo Township home when he somehow fell into an

“A catastrophe”: Hospedales on Ebola in the Caribbean

The Director of the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) has said that if Ebola were to hit the Caribbean, it would be nothing short of “catastrophic”. Dr James Hospedales,

Why Diet and Exercise Are Not the Key to Weight Loss and Health

What if getting healthy had very little to do with obsessing over what you eat or worrying about how much you exercise? What if you could make weight

Only emergency surgery at beleaguered Barbados public hospital

Things seem to be getting worse for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Barbados. In a hastily called emergency meeting by the Barbados Association of Medical Practitioners, President Dr. Carlos

Trinidad government criticized for its lack of commitment to HIV/AIDS NGO

Chairman of the Board of Community Action Resource of (CARe), Dale Enoch has strongly criticized the Trinidad and Tobago Government led by PM Kamla Persad Bissessar as having

Jamaica’s population won’t exceed three million

According to the Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ), the population will not exceed three million and this is based on declining fertility rates, high external migration, and declining

PAHO asks Caribbean to guarantee healthcare access to all women

The Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) is calling on Caribbean leaders to give access to all women in the region to essential healthcare interventions. This was stated in a message to

QEH hospital benefits from donation of ECG Machine

Staff at the Department of Medicine at the lone Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Barbados are pleased to have received a donation for detecting heart attacks in patients after


The Sandals Foundation has recommitted to its partnership with the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) by contributing CAD$200,000 to the SickKids-Caribbean Initiative (SCI). This contribution will help in the

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