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Cuba combating depression

With a varied program of activities Cuba celebrates World Health Day every April 7; this year dedicated to tackling depression, a psychological illness which negatively impacts family, work and social relationships

Bariatric surgery to treat obesity

Bariatric surgery is provided by various Cuban health institutions, but principally the National Center for Minimal Access Surgery (CNCMA), located in the Havana municipality of 10 de Octubre. The CNCMA is also a national reference center which specializes in endoscopic and minimally invasive procedures performed by highly qualified processions using state-of-the-art technology

The Americas young Cubans want

During an interactive dialogue, more than 500 students, campesinos, intellectuals, artists and community leaders participated in the debate ‘Youth and the Americas we want,’ experiences to be taken to Panama, where the Youth Forum and Seventh Summit of the Americas will take place simultaneously, April 8-10

Studying medicine in Cuba, an option for international youth

Careers in the medical sciences are an option for young international students in Cuba, who are offered both undergraduate and postgraduate training through a network of 13 universities across the island

The Tarará Marina: An appealing tourist option

Yublein Moreira Lam, head of the Marina’s Marketing Department, noted that they offer a wide variety of boat and shore snorkeling packages

Tributes to Che promoted in Argentina

Remembering the 50th anniversary of the assassination in Bolivia of the heroic guerrilla leader Comandante Ernesto Che Guevara, is a priority for many Argentines this year, as Lisandro Federico López, from the city of Rosario, told Granma International

Old Havana strengthening links with the world

“Our hotel facilities have seen excellent results…we have finished with a 119% increase in income, and 188% in profits, demonstrating greater efficiency.”

Marti magazine goes digital

With the aim of disseminating the intellectual value ​​of La Edad de Oro (The Golden Age), a magazine published by José Marti in the nineteenth century, the Center for Studies on Marti

Renacer: songs to the tune of seven voices

Strong, clear vocals are what characterize the performances of new Cuban group Renacer, First Prize and Popularity Award winners of the Voces A capella competition during the Les Voix Humaines (Human Voices) Festival