Lobito - Hemorrhages in pregnancy, chronic high blood pressure and eclampsia (seizures) caused, in a little more than 10 months, 316 stillbirths, against 244 in the same period of 2017, in a universe of 5,893 births performed at the General Maternity of Lobito, Benguela.
Luanda - The Ministry of Health (MINSA) and the Angolan Nurses' Union resume next Thursday the negotiations around the claims list submitted to the Government.
Luanda - The child mortality in Angola is expected to be reduced to 12 deaths from 1000 children born, according to the Sustainable development Goals (ODS).
Cuito - The National Police seized this month (November) one tone of medicines illegally traded in unauthorised sites, as part of ongoing crackdown on illegal activity dubbed "Operation Rescue" in central Bié province.
Luanda - Over 90 percent of pediatric transmissions occur from mother to child, called vertical transmission, and 100 percent of these infections are preventable through quality health services.
Luanda - Angola's first lady Ana Dias Lourenço pledged Thursday in Luanda to do everything to ensure that all Angolan children are born HIV-free and HIV-positive pregnant women receive treatment for the prevention of mother-to-child transmission.
Ondjiva - Health authorities in the southern Cunene province have reported 25 cases of babies born with microcephaly from January to the present date.
Luanda - The Angolan Physicians Order will renew in February 2019, its staff and chairperson, a position comprising several runner in a process expected to be very competitive.
Mbanza Kongo - Over 60 old people in northern Zaire province Friday benefited from blood pressure monitoring services as well as malaria and HIV/AIDS tests during the health fair held in the province's capital, Mbanza Congo.