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25 September, 2018

Latch On - National Breastfeeding Week

Latch On - National Breastfeeding Week

A scene from a Latch On event aimed at normalizing breastfeeding in Antigua and Barbuda and facilitating community support as part a week of activities to mark National Breastfeeding Week, September 24th to 29th, 2018.read more

25 September, 218

Nail Tech Awareness Campaign

Nail Tech Awareness Campaign

Did you know that: Products used in nail salons may contain chemicals that can affect worker health. Using these products can expose nail salon workers to chemicals. Workers may breathe in the harmful vapors, dusts, or mists; get the product on their skin or in their eyesread more

25 September, 2018

Telling People Good Things Day

Telling People Good Things Day

Our words have power, the power to inflict wounds on someone, as well as the power to heal them emotionally; when used in a positive way, our words can be a source of great encouragement to someone facing serious challenges but using them maliciously or with evil intent can bring harm to others. read more

25 September, 2018

CARPHA HIV/AIDS Media Release

CARPHA HIV/AIDS Media Release

Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. 10 September 2018. The CARICOM region is making testing for HIV/AIDS more accessible to key at-risk populations. Knowing one's status is important, as the Caribbean continues to demonstrate the highest HIV prevalence in the Western Hemisphere and the second highest in the world, after Sub Saharan Africa.read more

25 September, 2018

STATEMENT TO MARK CARIBBEAN WELLNESS DAY / CARIBBEAN WELLNESS WEEK

STATEMENT TO MARK CARIBBEAN WELLNESS DAY / CARIBBEAN WELLNESS WEEK

It is with a sense of urgency that on this, the 11th observance of Caribbean Wellness Day, I once again call upon you to ponder on the devastating effects that non-communicable diseases - namely cancer, stroke, diabetes, heart disease, hypertension - and obesity are having on our population.read more

07 September, 2018

Media Release - Football Against Obesity

Media Release - Football Against Obesity

First form students will this term engage in a six-week programme, aimed at promoting physical activity and wellness. The programme which is dubbed Football Against Obesity will be launched in Antigua and Barbuda on September 17th.read more

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