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Indoor public places and workplaces and public transportation are 100% smoke-free in 17 countries of the Region
In 17 countries of the Americas, all indoor public places and workplaces and public transportation are 100% smoke-free, according to the report on the Region’s implementation of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) submitted to the plenary of … Continue reading
The Minister of Health and Sports of Bolivia, Juan Carlos Calvimontes, chairs the 52nd Directing Council of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) from Wednesday through Friday, in replacement of the Minister of Health of Ecuador, Carina Vance Mafla, who … Continue reading
Canada, Nicaragua, United States suggest evaluating existing mechanisms to avoid duplicating efforts in the analysis of the Region’s drug problem
Canada, Nicaragua, and the United States raised the need to avoid the duplication of efforts when undertaking the study on health systems capacity proposed by the delegation of Guatemala.
Shelly Xie, a medical student from Texas, combines art and science to shed light on the impact of neglected diseases in forgotten communities.
High-level health authorities of the Americas discussed the Plan of Action for the Prevention and Control of Noncommunicable Diseases (NCDs), which are responsible for three of every four deaths in the Region, or about 4.45 million deaths annually.
The road to universal health coverage, its definitions, and experiences in the Region were among the topics discussed this afternoon by a panel of experts who also analyzed how the Americas should proceed to become one of the first regions … Continue reading
The delegate of Haiti highlighted recent health achievements in his country and expressed appreciation to Member States of the Region and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) for their support in improving the country’s health system. “All of us working … Continue reading