December 13, 2018

13 Dec Weather in Cayman

13 Dec Thu 2018 Weather in Cayman SYNOPSIS Winds and seas will continue to decrease across the Cayman area for the next 24 hours as a high pressure system begins to weaken as it moves over the western Atlantic Ocean. Radar images show scattered showers in and around the Cayman area moving to the west […]

Cayman Islands: CTMH Doctors Hospital – REGENETENTM Bio inductive Implant System

CTMH Doctors Hospital is proud to announce that they have teamed up with the Cayman Orthopaedic Group in offering special privileges to utilize the CTMH Doctors Hospital Operating Theatre for a new and innovative procedure. Dr. Ivan Wong is now a CTMH Doctors Hospital credentialed Orthopaedic Surgeon with privileges specializing in hip, knee, and shoulder […]

Endometrial Cancer

Risk factors for Endometrial Cancer The endometrium is a tissue that covers the entire inner wall of the uterus. Its main function is to thicken during the menstrual cycle to allow an embryo to implant resulting in a potential pregnancy. During 2018, the American Cancer Society (ACS) estimated that 92% of uterine cancers occur in […]

Caribbean urged to be prepared for ‘big one’

From Jamaica Observer PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) — The head of the Seismic Research Centre (SRC) at the St Augustine campus of The University of the West Indies (UWI), Dr Joan Lutchman, is reiterating calls for the region to be prepared for a major earthquake after several parts of the Caribbean are jolted by […]

NFL fans are losing it after the Dolphins beat the Patriots with a wild trick play

By Adam Rosenberg From Mashable Most fans of professional football that don’t live in or have family ties to Boston hate the New England Patriots. Those people are very happy on this late-season Sunday. It looked like a Patriots win was all but secured as the game clock ticked into its final seconds during an […]

CDC reveals deadliest drug in US

From Newsmax As the U.S. opioid epidemic grinds on, fentanyl is fast becoming the main culprit in drug overdose deaths, health officials report. Cocaine and heroin remain the street drugs of choice, but more overdose deaths involve fentanyl, either mixed with those narcotics or taken alone. Between 2013 and 2016, overdose deaths involving fentanyl increased […]

COP24: OECS and Pacific Small Island States Forge Closer Ties To Combat Climate Change

OECS COP24 Coverage Wednesday, December 12, 2018 — The OECS and the Pacific as a collection of Small Island Developing States are forging closer collaboration at COP24 to combat climate change.  OECS Director General Dr. Didacus Jules met with his counterpart in the Pacific, Mr. Kosi Latu, Director General of the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment […]

IMF calls on Caribbean to take climate change action

By James Young From BNamericas The IMF issued a call for Caribbean nations to bolster insurance protection and resilience infrastructure in the face of therising risk of natural disasters with climate change. “As global warming continues to increase sea-water temperatures, the Caribbean isbecoming more vulnerable to increasingly frequent and damaging natural disasters,” said IMF in a statement. “Policies that build resilience […]

Guyana: State says President Granger is speaking – disputes article

By Wonita Stephens From Guyana Guardian The Ministry of the Presidency is saying that contrary to an article which appeared in this publication today with the headline “President Cannot Speak – Cancer Is In The Throat”, the president is speaking. The administration also stood by the first diagnosis but did not outrightly say whether the […]

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