North Shore Medical Center (Miami) Donates Beds to Haiti
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North Shore Medical Center (Miami) Donates Beds to Haiti

          North Shore Medical Center donated 30 hospital beds to Project St. Anne, part of a Clinic of Camp-Perrin located in Haiti.  Project St.…

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Fighting Cholera With a Smartphone
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Fighting Cholera With a Smartphone

Global health experts don’t worry about if a major infectious disease outbreak will occur; it’s just a matter of when. A daunting barrier in that ongoing fight against…

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Food Vouchers Strengthen Nutrition and Local Markets in Haiti
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Food Vouchers Strengthen Nutrition and Local Markets in Haiti

Each week in southern Haiti, Lucamène Chéry puts on her uniform and stocks her market stall with local vegetables. Shoppers filter past, selecting products for their families. In…

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Waterborne diseases a concern in Haiti following Hurricane Irma
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Waterborne diseases a concern in Haiti following Hurricane Irma

Haiti (MNN) — When Hurricane Irma was barreling towards the Caribbean as the Atlantic’s strongest Category 5 storm ever recorded, many feared the worst for Haiti — the…

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Dispatches from Haiti: Headaches, Guilt, and Wyclef Jean–Part I
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Dispatches from Haiti: Headaches, Guilt, and Wyclef Jean–Part I

In December 2016 I developed frequent headaches which woke me up almost every morning at 5 AM. The pain was moderate in severity and dull in quality. And…

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In Haiti, a Building Fights Cholera
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In Haiti, a Building Fights Cholera

Next month marks the seventh anniversary of the cholera outbreak that ravaged Haiti. The disease, which can cause death within hours if left untreated, came less than a…

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Haiti – Social : The First Lady of Haiti in Belize
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Haiti – Social : The First Lady of Haiti in Belize

Monday, the First Lady of Haiti, Martine Moïse, left Port-au-Prince to Belize to attend the Forum of First Ladies and Wives of Heads of State and Prime Ministers…

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Nearly 40% of Haitian doctors settle abroad
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Nearly 40% of Haitian doctors settle abroad

Nearly 40% of Haitian doctors settle abroad While in Haiti our hospitals are suffering from a shortage of doctors, nearly 40% of health care professionals, trained in Haiti…

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Recycled Soap Is Fighting Cholera In Haiti and Empowering Women
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Recycled Soap Is Fighting Cholera In Haiti and Empowering Women

Laure Bottinelli opened a soap recycling business in Haiti that helps elevate women out of poverty while at the same time provides soaps for people in cholera prone…

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Sickle-Cell Patients See Hope in CRISPR
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Sickle-Cell Patients See Hope in CRISPR

Hertz Nazaire is a soft-spoken artist who likes to paint in bright colors, with subjects like rainbow palm leaves and dancing women in twirling skirts. But one series…

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