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Zika Epidemic Likely in the  Future says PAHO Editor's Highlights Featured News Health Latest Jamaican News Latest News Leading News US News World 

Zika Epidemic Likely in the Future says PAHO

Washington DC (McKoy’s News) – Zika Epidemic Likely in the Future: Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) Director Carissa Etienne says future epidemic waves of the Zika virus, which will put additional people at risk, remain likely. She issued the warning in a new perspective piece for the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, ‘Zika Virus Disease in the Americas:... Read More
Health Ministry Closely Monitors Patient with Water-Borne Bacteria Caribbean News Editor's Highlights Featured News Health Latest Jamaican News Latest News Leading News 

Health Ministry Closely Monitors Patient with Water-Borne Bacteria

Kingston, Jamaica (Mckoy’s News) – HEALTH MINISTRY CLOSELY MONITORS PATIENT WITH WATER-BORNE BACTERIA: The Ministry of Health is monitoring a patient who has presented symptoms of a water-borne bacteria which is a form of vibrio cholerae.  However, the Ministry is declaring that the case is not Cholera even as it awaits confirmation of the diagnosis. Chief Medical Officer in the Ministry... Read More
Don’t Sleep with Mobile Phone under Pillow Editor's Highlights Featured News Health Latest News Leading News Lifestyle 

Don’t Sleep with Mobile Phone under Pillow

(Mckoy’s News) – Don’t Sleep with Mobile Phone under Pillow: It Dangerous to Sleep With a Cell Phone under Your Pillow: Most experts agree with the warnings to avoid sleeping with a cell phone under your pillow. The “under the pillow” angle of cell phone radiation is just a subset of a larger discussion on the topic of cell phone radiation... Read More
Drinking Water Editor's Highlights Featured News Health Latest News Leading News Lifestyle 

Drinking Water

United States (Mckoy’s News) – Drinking Water: #1. 75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated. (also applies to half the world population) #2. In 37% of Americans, the thirst mechanism is so weak that it is mistaken for hunger. #3. Even MILD dehydration will slow down one’s metabolism as 3%. #4. One glass of water will shut down midnight hunger pangs for almost... Read More
CPR Training Saves Lives Editor's Highlights Featured News Health Latest Jamaican News Latest News Leading News 

CPR Training Saves Lives

Kingston, Jamaica (McKoy’s news) – CPR Training Saves Lives: The Heart Foundation of Jamaica, the HFJ is calling on Jamaicans to have training in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, CPR which could result in them saving a life. Director of Emergency Cardiac Care at the HFJ Dr. Hugh Wong said that everyone should have CPR skills which he noted was easily learnt. He... Read More
HECOIN Receives 100 Percent Passes in Health and Skill Exams Editor's Highlights Education Featured News Health Latest Jamaican News Leading News 

HECOIN Receives 100 Percent Passes in Health and Skill Exams

Kingston, Jamaica(Mckoy’s News) – HECOIN Receives 100 Percent Passes in Health and Skill Exams: Passes Health, Education and Counselling Institute/HECOIN continues to produce students of high quality. In its recently concluded examinations in April and June this year, students received mainly distinctions for external examinations conducted through the prestigious based OTHM Qualifications, UK. In April, 28 Elderly Care Students Level... Read More
Ministry of Health Investigating Michael Jackson’s Doctor in Trinidad Caribbean News Editor's Highlights Featured News Health Latest News Leading News World 

Ministry of Health Investigating Michael Jackson’s Doctor in Trinidad

Trinidad and Tobago (Mckoy’s News) – Michael Jackson’s Doctor in Trinidad: the government of Trinidad and Tobago states that it is investigating Grenada-born cardiologist, Dr. Conrad Murray, who in 2011 was convicted and imprisoned for involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson, pop legend. The government received reports, that the doctor is allegedly practicing medicine to patients at a local private medical... Read More
Montego Bay -Serious Rat infestation Editor's Highlights Featured News Health Latest Jamaican News Latest News Leading News Western Jamaica 

Montego Bay -Serious Rat infestation

(Errol Smith) – Serious Rat infestation: A serious rat infestation has been affecting Montego Bay over the past months, which has come to the attention of the Municipal authorities and the Mayor, Mr. Homer Davis. At a recent Press Conference, the Mayor spoke out strongly on the matter. Montego Bay Mayor Homer Davis said the St James Municipal Corporation will... Read More
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