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A Warning About Diabetes

Acting Chief Nutrition Officer, Mrs Avis Jonas with studentsAntigua St. John's - World Diabetes Day is celebrated on November 14 each year. In recognising the day,

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Let’s Talk About Asthma

Let’s Talk About AsthmaAntigua St. John's - The AUA Asthma League will be hosting its first Dialogue on Asthma event on Wednesday

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Fiennes Institute Averts TB Outbreak

Fiennes Institute Averts TB OutbreakAntigua St John's - The Fiennes Institute, a government-run facility for the aged, has averted an outbreak

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HIV/AIDS Patients Refusing Free Treatment

HIV/AIDS Free TreatmentAntigua St. John's - Antiguans & Barbudans who have been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS are not accessing the

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MBS Cautions Against Prescription Tampering

fraudulent prescriptionsAntigua St John's - The Medical Benefits Scheme (MBS) is advising the general public and its beneficiaries

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World No Tobacco Day

World No Tobacco Day photo credit - c.tadst.comAntigua St. John's - The Ministry of Health and Antigua & Barbuda join the World Health Organization,

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You May Be A Walking Dengue Bomb

DENGUE-BOMBAntigua St John's - You may not be aware of it, but you may be an unknowing source of infection for countless

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Information Ministry Workers Sick

Ministry of InformationAntigua St. John's - Yesterday morning, several workers downed tools and left the building at the Information

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Mosquito Prevalence Alarming for CBH Official

Mosquito is overwhelming residents in AntiguaAntigua St John's - The Aedes Aegypti mosquito is overwhelming residents in Antigua, according to Chief

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CMO Cautions Against Gastro‬

Dr. Rhonda Sealy-ThomasAntigua St. John's - Following an alert of increased cases of the gastroenteritis in Barbados, a related

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Suspected Dengue Fever Causing Alarm

Female-Aedes-aegypti.-photo-bc.eduAntigua St John's - An increase in the number of reported cases of dengue fever, a flu-like viral disease

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Glaucoma Awareness Being Promoted

Glaucoma Awareness Being PromotedAntigua St. John's - Several support groups and organisations will, on March 16, come together for a March to

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Cancer Info Suggests Rate Increase

Chief Medical Officer Dr Rhonda Sealy-ThomasAntigua St John's - Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Dr Rhonda Sealy-Thomas has said data currently being analyzed

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Officials Mum on TB at Clarevue

Officially Mum on TB at Clarevue Antigua St. John's - Tuberculosis has sprung up at the Clarevue Psychiatric Hospital, with one patient

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Counterfeit Drugs A Growing Concern

Counterfeit Drugs A Growing ConcernAntigua St John's - Pharmacists from across the Caribbean are meeting in Antigua this week amidst growing

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Doctors Want Bleaching Cream Ban

Doctors Want Bleaching Cream BanAntigua St. John's - Physicians in Antigua & Barbuda are planning to lobby Cabinet officials to draft and

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Safe Sex Message Not Being Swallowed

Safe Sex MessageAntigua St John's - HIV/AIDS Counselor/Educator Everton Piggott, during a stint on The Colin Sampson Show on

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Dengue Fever Cases Confirmed

photo- denguefeverinformation.comAntigua St. John's - None of the three dengue fever cases reported here so far are life -threatening, health

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Heat Woes Affecting Hospital

Heat Woes Affecting HospitalAntigua St John's - Patients, staff, and visitors at the Mount St John's Medical Centre (MSJMC) have been

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Dengue Fever Warning

Dengue Fever WarningAntigua St. John's - No case of dengue fever has been reported in Antigua & Barbuda for 2012, Chief

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Squatters Sanitary Conditions Appalling

Frederick SouthwellAntigua st John's - A team of officials from the Development Control Authority (DCA) has described the

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Chairman Defends Toxic Chemical Control Board

Chairman Defends Toxic Chemical Control BoardAntigua St. John's - Chairman of the Pesticides & Toxic Chemical Control Board Dr Malvern Spencer has

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PAHO and WHO Calls for Vaccination

Vaccination photo-iagavasheli.wordpress.comThe Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) along with the World Health Organization (WHO) have called on

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Increased Alcohol Use Among Minors Raises Concern

Alcohol UseAntigua St. John’s - Substance Abuse Prevention Officer Norma Jeffrey-Dorsett said she is concerned about

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No Travel Advisory Despite Cholera Outbreak

No Travel Advisory Antigua's chief medical officer, Dr Rhonda Sealy-Thomas, has said no travel advisory has been issued in

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Residents Fear Looming Health Hazard

CDAL General Manager Ms. Gaye HechmeAntigua St. John’s - Some residents of Jolly Harbour have spoken out against what they fear is a potential

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No Application Yet from Country Pond

No Application Yet from Country PondAntigua, St John's - Water Manager Ivan Rodrigues has reported that the Country Pond car washers have not

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Week of Activities to Highlight Sickle Cell Disease

Sickle Cell Disease - meghmiller.com photoAntigua St John’s – Under the theme “Live normal, Live well, Manage Sickle Cell”, the Antigua &

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2010 HIV/AIDS Statistics Among Highest On Record

Fight HIVThere have been about 878 reported cases of HIV/AIDS infection in Antigua from 1978 to December 2010. Of

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Young Woman Rendered Immobile

Young Woman Rendered ImmobileAntigua St John's - Shenika Williams, a 25-year-old mother of four, is baffled as to what might have gone

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Gastrointestinal Symptoms Spreading Among Children

photo- momlot.comHealth care workers and parents are being challenged by an outbreak of diarrhea and vomiting among children.

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