The Ministry of Health and Wellness has started to put measures in place to respond to any threat to public health which may be caused by the new type of coronavirus, first reported last month in China.
Fears are mounting across Asia over the cross-border spread of a new coronavirus identified in China that has killed one patient and sickened dozens, as health authorities race to identify the source of the pathogen.
The Ministry of Health and Wellness has reported a spike in cases of fever with respiratory illness over the last four weeks when compared to the same periods in 2017 and 2018.
The Secretary General of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM0, Irwin LaRocque is urging full support for the efforts to sustain community-led organisations which he said are critical to the region’s response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
A World AIDS Day campaign is urging Caribbean and other health workers and the youth to have open conversations about HIV.
As Government works to improve the operations of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Barbadians are being encouraged to embrace change.
The Ministry of Health and Wellness has designated 2020 as the year to make a significant dent in the non-communicable disease epidemic in Barbados.
More than 1,350 Australian women have won a long-running class action lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson (J&J) over vaginal mesh implants.
Diabetes is not a death sentence. That’s the message to Barbadians as the country joins the rest of the world in recognizing World Diabetes Day Thursday. Emergency Room Physician, Dr. Hilary Moore, was a guest on CBC Tv 8’s Mornin’ Barbados. She wants diabetics to start taking the disease more seriously. Dr. Moore also made […]
The Barbados Cancer Society wants to see a major effort to combat prostate cancer in Barbados.