World Speleologist Strive to Preserve the Planet

Latin American speleologists meeting in the western province of Matanzas, agreed to continue developing scientific actions aimed at preserving the planet

Cuban Physicians Conclude Study in Nicaragua

More than 100,000 Nicaraguans from the Department of Rivas have benefited from the Psychosocial, Pedagogical and Clinical-Genetic Study of People with Disabilities, a project led by Cuban physicians in countries that are members of the Bolivarian Alliance for The Americas (ALBA)

Cuban Companies and Institutions Abandon Use of Ozone Depleting Substances

The national Ozone Technical Office has granted awards to more than 30 Cuban companies and institutions that have ceased to use ozone depleting substances

Over 60 More Haitian Doctors Graduate From Cuban Medical School

With the graduation of 66 new health professionals from Haiti this year, the number of graduates from that country at the Medical Sciences University of eastern Santiago de Cuba totals 614

Cuba Hosts Latin American Congress on Speleology

The Sixth Congress of the Latin American and Caribbean Federation of Speleology (FEALC) begins on Wednesday in the central Cuban province of Matanzas with the participation of nearly 350 delegates from almost 20 countries

Electrocution Ranks Fifth in Cuban causes of Death

The Cuban Ministry of Public Health urged the population to increase their precautions to prevent electrocution, fifth among the most frequent accidents in the country

Cuba Implements System to Protect Sea Turtles in Spawning Season

Cuban scientists announced a strengthening of measures to protect sea turtles during the spawning season in the Guanahacabibes peninsula in the westernmost province of Pinar del Rio

Cuba Reduces Five-in-0ne Vaccine’s Dose to a Single Vial

Cuban scientists incorporated into a single dose the five-in-one vaccine used to immunized children against diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, hepatitis B and Haemophilus influenzae type B, according to several media outlets

Cuba Eliminated HIV Transmission By Blood and Mother-to-Child

HIV transmission by blood transfusion and mother-to-child was eliminated in Cuba, assured Director of the National Center of HIV/AIDS/STD Prevention, Rosaida Ochoa

Cuba still Shows Low Availability of Water Stored despite Rains

The poor performance of rains in Cuba keeps the situation tense in the reservoirs, therefore it requires a tight control on spending this vital resource

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