GUARDING AGAINST RED EYE  IN ANGUILLA

GUARDING AGAINST RED EYE IN ANGUILLA Updated

🕔10:16, 30.Oct 2017

      Over the past few weeks, health officials in Anguilla have been monitoring cases of conjunctivitis, known as Red Eye or Pink Eye, particularly among schoolchildren and, in other cases, adults as well. In response, the Health Promotion

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UNICEF Trainers Aid Disaster Preparedness

UNICEF Trainers Aid Disaster Preparedness

🕔11:37, 23.Oct 2017

    The Department of Disaster Preparedness, in collaboration with UNICEF, has conducted a “train the trainers” three-day workshop particularly for education officials and those persons in the community who work closely with children. The workshop, which ran over October

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Ask Your Doctor: POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER

Ask Your Doctor: POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER

🕔10:30, 16.Oct 2017

      The passage of Hurricane Irma has affected everyone resident in Anguilla in one way or the other, some to a greater degree than others. Healthcare professionals are aware of several disorders that might be related to this

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CANCER HEALTH DISPARITIES CONFERENCE IN ATLANTA

CANCER HEALTH DISPARITIES CONFERENCE IN ATLANTA

🕔10:58, 9.Oct 2017

    The Anguilla Cancer Society was represented at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) 2017 Scientist Survivor Programme of Cancer Health Disparities Conference held in Atlanta from Monday 25th September – Thursday 28th September 2017 by its President

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Ask Your Doctor: POSTPARTUM HAEMORRHAGE

Ask Your Doctor: POSTPARTUM HAEMORRHAGE Updated

🕔10:53, 4.Sep 2017

      It is normal to bleed after having a baby, but some women experience bleeding that is heavier than normal. This is sometimes called a postpartum haemorrhage(PPH). A major haemorrhage can be life-threatening so it is important to

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The ARC Director Conducts Mid Term Review of the Strategic  Plan of the BeRC

The ARC Director Conducts Mid Term Review of the Strategic Plan of the BeRC Updated

🕔09:57, 4.Sep 2017

    The Director of the Anguilla Red Cross (ARC) recently co-facilitated the 2017 Mid Term Review (MTR) of the 2015-2019 Strategic Plan of the Bermuda Red Cross (BeRC). The MTR was also co-facilitated by Mrs. Jondo Obi, Director of

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Ask Your Doctor: FOOD ALLERGIES

Ask Your Doctor: FOOD ALLERGIES Updated

🕔10:24, 28.Aug 2017

      Food allergies are very common especially among children, but of growing concern is the fact that many people of an older age are also developing food allergies. Symptoms of food allergies vary. Some can be very mild

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MINISTRY OF HEALTH INFORMS PUBLIC OF CONJUNCTIVITIS/PINK EYE OUTBREAKS IN THE REGION AND NEW CASES IN ANGUILLA

MINISTRY OF HEALTH INFORMS PUBLIC OF CONJUNCTIVITIS/PINK EYE OUTBREAKS IN THE REGION AND NEW CASES IN ANGUILLA Updated

🕔10:22, 28.Aug 2017

      The Ministry of Health has been informed of a new increase in cases of conjunctivitis or pink eye in Anguilla over the past week. The Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) has indicated that several Caribbean islands have

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Ask Your Doctor: ALCOHOL AND YOUR BRAIN

Ask Your Doctor: ALCOHOL AND YOUR BRAIN Updated

🕔11:14, 7.Aug 2017

    Most of us are aware that alcohol can affect our brain. Some of these effects can be mild and transient, but others can be long lasting and vary from one individual to another even resulting in permanent brain

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Diabetes Youth Camp 2017

Diabetes Youth Camp 2017 Updated

🕔10:22, 7.Aug 2017

    The second annual Diabetes Youth Camp, organized by the Anguilla Diabetes Association, was held on July 17th and July 18th.The participants were children who are diagnosed with diabetes, as well as children who have a close relative diagnosed

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