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First Blind Cuban Gets Master's at a Pedagogical University

From the José Martí Pedagogical Institute, in Camagüey. Eddy Marcos Vives became the first Cuban blind man to obtain a master's degree in science at a pedagogical university. Read More

Ozone Therapy on Slipped Disks Throws Positive Results in Cuba

The use in Cuba of ozone therapy has been proved to be very efficient in the treatment of slipped disks, as it relieves the pain and disability caused by the condition.<br /> Read More

Death in Havana of Jose Antonio Rojas (Ñico), a wonderful Cuban music

The death over the weekend in Havana of Jose Antonio Rojas (Ñico), 87, deprives Cuban music of one of its main figures of the 20th century. Read More

The best composer to be awarded in Cubadisco 2009

A new category of the Cubadisco 2009 competition is the award to the best composer of a concert music piece within the monographic productions, announced in Havana the Organizing Committee. Read More

Cuban singer-song writer Celina González continues to conquer the world

Cuban singer-song writer Celina Gonzalez, best known as the Cuban Queen of traditional Guajira music continues to conquer the world with the albums &quot;Santa Barbara&quot;, and &quot;Greatest Hits&quot;, recorded by EGREM Record Company. Read More

The planting of potatoes started in Havana Province

The program of potato planting 2008-2009 started last Tuesday in the lands of “Amistad Cuba-Mexico” Agricultural Cooperative, in the municipality of Alquizar. This season potato plan in Havana Province amounts to over 5 368 hectares.<br />   Read More

Las Tunas, Cuba, Makes Additional Contribution to Cuban Economy and Society

Cuba has boosted the Energy Revolution since three years ago, in order to save electricity and foreign currencies, to improve the quality of the population's life and to protect the environment. <br /> Read More

Cuba Increases Production of Blood Byproducts

Cuba has increased production of blood byproducts to meet the growing demand and improve the people's quality of life. Read More

Cuban Experts Debate Biomechanics in Sports

Cuban experts debated the importance of applying biomechanics in sports, as part of tools to improve the athletes' performances. Read More

Cuba’s Birth Rate Increased in 2008

The sustained increase of the live-birth indicator reported in Cuba from January through October of 2008, compared to last year, is good news and it could turn the demographic course of the country. Read More