Caribbean Health and Wellness News

  • Grenada’s Tourism Sector Soars with Increased Airlift and New Development 05 Feb 2019 04:07 South Florida Caribbean News The three-island destination boasts industry, hotel and tour updates St. George’s, Grenada – Pure Grenada, the Spice of the Caribbean, recorded more than 500,000 visitor arrivals in 2018, a historic number that proves the three-island destination’s tourism …
  • Tourism surpasses expectations in 2019 says DDA’s Colin Piper 23 Jan 2019 06:21 Dominica News Online Colin Piper was providing an update on Dominica’s tourism industry. File photo Director of Tourism, Colin Piper, has said that despite the fact that 2018 was a challenging year, Dominica’s tourism industry surpassed its expectations and received …
  • St. Lucia monitoring increases of measles in Europe, Caribbean 21 Jan 2019 16:58 St. Lucia News Online  Share This On: (CMC) – St. Lucia says it is closely monitoring increased cases of measles in Europe, the Americas and the Caribbean region. Acting National Epidemiologist Dr. Michelle Francois said that while the island has been free of local transmission …
  • RJRGLEANER Honour Awards | For Business (Special Award): Richard Pandohie - Lauding Seprod's point man 21 Jan 2019 09:51 Jamaica Gleaner Chief executive officer of the SEPROD Group of Companies, Richard Rohan Pandohie, was on a natural high when the RJRGLEANER Communications Group news team turned up at his corporate office on Wednesday, January 2. It was the fourth anniversary of his …
  • No cases of H1N1 virus so far this year 20 Jan 2019 18:40 Daily Nation The Ministry of Health and Wellness is assuring the public that there have been no cases of the Influenza A H1N1 virus recorded in Barbados so far this year. This comes on the heels of news out of Trinidad and Tobago of three deaths attributed to the virus …
  • 25 holidays to reboot your life 13 Jan 2019 12:51 Observer 1. Lošinj, Croatia Eva Wiseman visits a traditional ‘wellness island’ reinvented for the 21st-century traveller What is a holiday for? Once, I would have confidently said: “For a break from work”, or if I was being paid by the word, “For reading …
  • Caribbean-American legislators welcome healthcare for undocumented Caribbean immigrants 11 Jan 2019 08:33 St. Lucia News Online  Share This On: Jumaane Williams (left) and Rodneyse Bichotte (CMC) – Caribbean-American legislators in New York City, Councilman Jumaane Williams and Assemblywoman Rodneyse Bichotte, have welcomed Mayor Bill de Blasio’s unveiling of “the largest, most …
  • The Editor speaks: New Year’s Messages 02 Jan 2019 02:15 I News Cayman Much of the space taken up in the current full edition of iNews Cayman is all the New Year’s Messages. Everyone is positive and one, from our Speaker, Hon. McKeeva Bush, touts the building of 50 storey sky scraper – even if only one is granted he says. I …
  • Medical Marijuana, Inc. Celebrates Most Successful Year Ever 29 Dec 2018 19:26 Medicalmarijuanainc As 2018 comes to an end, we look back on an incredible year of growth and achievement as we continue to lead the CBD industry. Throughout our family of companies, Medical Marijuana, Inc. has experienced unprecedented success and unrivaled innovation as we …
  • Kim and Kanye's glam mansion among famous celebrity homes of the year 27 Dec 2018 01:28 Evening Standard 1/40 Harry Styles' luxury West Hollywood bachelor pad is for sale for £5.7 million. 2/40 Spanning over 4,000 sq ft in total, the mansion was originally listed for £6.6 million last June but failed to attract a buyer. 3/40 The glass-walled …
  • 'I can talk about my troubles': Why chats with barbers can promote health for black men 24 Dec 2018 14:00 CBC Barbers may return to their roots of providing medical care with a personal touch. Historically, barbers wielded knives and razors, not only on heads and beards but also for amputations or to pull a rotten tooth. Now, researchers in Los Angeles have …
  • Why chats with barbers can promote health for black men 24 Dec 2018 10:50 CBC Barbers may return to their roots of providing medical care with a personal touch. Historically, barbers wielded knives and razors, not only on heads and beards but also for amputations or to pull a rotten tooth. Now, researchers in Los Angeles have …