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Primary healthcare centers in Puerto Rico prepare for next emergency – Caribbean Business


Primary healthcare centers in Puerto Rico prepare for next emergency
Caribbean Business
Editor's note: The following article first appeared in the May 31-June 6, 2018, issue of Caribbean Business. Self-sufficiency is the new mantra for Primary Health Centers as the company not only recovers from hurricane Maria, but also starts to prepare ...

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New residential development in Puerto Rico aims for community inclusion – Caribbean Business


New residential development in Puerto Rico aims for community inclusion
Caribbean Business
Editor's note: The following article first appeared in the May 31-June 6, 2018, issue of Caribbean Business. Real-estate development firm McCormack Baron Salazar Inc. (MBS) and the Puerto Rico Housing Department presented a new apartment community, ...

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Student art auction at Joseph Brant Hospital – InsideHalton.com

InsideHalton.comStudent art auction at Joseph Brant HospitalInsideHalton.comFree parking for the art auction is available in the Joseph Brant Hospital parking garage at 1221 Lakeshore Rd. The pedestrian bridge, on Level 2, will take visitors to the new...

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[Editorial] ‘Ojos que no ven…corazones que sienten’

[Editorial] ‘Ojos que no ven…corazones que sienten’  Caribbean Business Puerto Rico’s Electrical Grid Still ‘Teetering’ One Day Before 2018 Hurricane Season (PHOTOS)  The Weather Channel Samaritan’s Purse Standing with Puerto Rico in Long-Term Recovery  PR Newswire (press release) Full coverage

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[Editorial] ‘Ojos que no ven…corazones que sienten’

[Editorial] ‘Ojos que no ven…corazones que sienten’  Caribbean Business Puerto Rico’s Electrical Grid Still ‘Teetering’ One Day Before 2018 Hurricane Season (PHOTOS)  The Weather Channel Samaritan’s Purse Standing with Puerto Rico in Long-Term Recovery  PR Newswire (press release) Full coverage

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[Editorial] ‘Ojos que no ven…corazones que sienten’ – Caribbean Business


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[Editorial] 'Ojos que no ven…corazones que sienten'
Caribbean Business
In the early days after a Wind Beast named Maria leveled Puerto Rico—destroying homes, bridges, roads and the entire power grid, knocking such critical facilities as hospitals offline—we all came to grips that ours would resemble lives during wartime.
Puerto Rico's Electrical Grid Still 'Teetering' as 2018 Hurricane Season Begins (PHOTOS)The Weather Channel
Mortality in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria | NEJMNew England Journal of Medicine

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Investigation, audit of Puerto Rico debt due by summer – Caribbean Business


Investigation, audit of Puerto Rico debt due by summer
Caribbean Business
Editor's note: The following article first appeared in the May 31-June 6, 2018, issue of Caribbean Business. The independent investigator has anticipated its final report on the validity of the island's debt will be published by August and is slated to ...

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