Calypso Rose is resting in a Paris hospital being treated for a case of 'gout' but her management says, there is nothing to worry about.
Gout is a form of inflammatory arthritis characterised by recurrent attacks of a red, tender, hot, and swollen joint.
Her manager Jean Michel Gilbert said she was admitted on Friday and will be discharged on Tuesday.
He said the decision to have her seek medical attention was simply precautionary.
He said there is no need for alarm and that she remains in high spirits.
Former President George H.W. Bush is in Methodist Hospital in Houston following treatment for a recurrence of a case of pneumonia.
Bush, who is 92, has been there since Friday for observation, spokesman Jim McGrath says.
McGrath issued a brief statement:
"President George H. W. Bush was admitted to Houston Methodist Hospital on Friday for observation due to a persistent cough that prevented him from getting proper rest.
"It was subsequently determined he had a mild case of pneumonia, which was treated and has been resolved.
Police in California have been left puzzled after finding a self-declared "mermaid" wandering the streets.
The woman is said to have "webbed-toes".
The bizarre story was carried by several well-known news agencies, including the UK Independent, the Daily Mail, USA Today, CBS News and the New York Post.
Reports indicate that the "mostly naked woman" who gave her name as Joanna, told police she was a mermaid before she was taken to the hospital in the city of Fresno on Tuesday.
Omar Samaroo, the soldier who was found slumped in his quarters with a gunshot wound to the head has died.
The 47-year-old, was undergoing treatment at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex when he succumbed to his injuries around midnight.
The soldier was found in a slumped position in his quarters on Thursday morning
He was treated by medics stationed at the 1st Engineer Battalion, Cumuto.
He was then taken to the Arima Health Facility where he was stabilised and then transferred to Mt Hope.
The North West Regional Health Authority (NWRHA) says 20 CCTV cameras have been installed at strategic locations on the compound of the Port of Spain General Hospital.
A statement by the NWRHA says that as a one-month pilot initiative collaboratively undertaken by the NWRHA, the Ministry of Health and the Telecommunications Services of the Trinidad and Tobago (TSTT), the cameras will provide 24-hour surveillance of the hospital.
It says this will augment the security measures currently implemented.
The National Carnival Commission (NCC) is seeking to remind the public that on Carnival Monday and Tuesday (February 27 and 28), all Carnival band music trucks either assembling or passing in front of the General Hospital, Charlotte Street, POS must turn their music off in this area.
It says this restriction is necessary to facilitate the hospital’s day-to-day operations.
The NCC is also advising that a compliance unit of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) will be stationed at that location to ensure that all music trucks are compliant with this restriction.
Fourteen pupils and three teachers at the Rio Claro Vedic School had to be taken to hospital yesterday after falling ill after inhaling pesticide from a nearby farm.
The Ministry of Education was unaware of the incident and said they would investigate. It was unclear how many pupils and teachers were still undergoing treatment late yesterday, but the T&T Guardian was told that some were taken to the San Fernando General Hospital and the Sangre Grande Hospital.