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Dream of TB Free World Achievable By Universal Coverage and Social Protection: WHO
Med India

Dream of TB Free World Achievable By Universal Coverage and So...

Here are the excerpts from the interview given by Dr Mario Raviglione, Director of the World Health Organization (WHO)'s Global Tuberculosis Program at the ongoing 5th Asia Pacific Region Conference on Lung Health of the International Union Against ... Med India, 8 hours ago
Managing Patient Safety in a New Health Care World Risk & Insurance, 2 days ago

Yemen: Outbreak of dengue prompts WHO appeal for safe humanitarian corridor

The United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) is appealing for a safe corridor to reach more than 3 million people in war-torn Yemen's most populated governorate, Taiz, where "an extreme spike" in cases of dengue fever has been recorded over the past ...
 Sify1 day ago
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Experts go to Sierra Leone's north to investigate new Ebola case

DAKAR, Senegal -- A World Health Organization spokeswoman says that Ebola experts are in Sierra Leone's Kambia district investigating a case that emerged less than a week after the country's last known patient was discharged from hospital. Dr.
 CTV News1 day ago
Med India

Sierra Leone Ends Ebola Quarantine for 500 Villagers: President Koroma

The Ebola epidemic has claimed around 11,300 lives in West Africa. The World Health Organization has revealed that more than 99% of these occurred in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. Massessbe, a predominantly agricultural village some 200 kilometers (120 ...
 Med India2 weeks ago Sierra Leone Confirms New Ebola Death  VOA News2 days ago Sierra Leone says Ebola claimed woman, 67, week after last patient left hospital  Japan Times2 days ago New Ebola death in Sierra Leone 6 days after last known patient discharged  CTV News2 days ago
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New Ebola Case in Liberia Similar to First Outbreak in 2014: World Health Organization

Ebola tests on the first case in Liberia, after a three-month span when the West African country was declared Ebola-free, are genetically similar to a 2014 outbreak, the UN health agency reveals. The World Health Organization said this showed that the ...
 Med India1 month ago UN health agency reports no new Ebola cases in Liberia  Sify1 month ago Ebola nurse works at hospital that saved him  BBC2 days ago Liberia finds second Ebola case, raising fears of resurgence  DNA2 months ago

Jharkhand Indicates the Long Road Still Ahead at India's Heart Of Maternal-Care Darkness

As Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced this week - quoting the World Health Organization (WHO) - that India was free of maternal and neo-natal tetanus, the state of maternal health in the eastern state of Jharkhand indicates the long road still ...
 MedIndia3 days ago WHO declared India maternal and neonatal tetanus free: PM Modi  Jagran Post6 days ago Polio-like symptoms appear in 200 samples in UP  Economic Times2 months ago

India eliminating maternal, neonatal tetanus is a tremendous achievement: World Health Organisation

India's elimination of maternal and neonatal tetanus is a "momentous public health feat" which shows the country's strong commitment and leadership, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Thursday.
 DNA6 days ago Maternal, neonatal tetanus elimination a momentous feat: WHO  Business Standard6 days ago

WHO to Study Use of Sanctions as Part of Global Epidemic Response

The World Health Organization said on Tuesday that it will study the idea of using sanctions to punish countries that do not comply with global health regulations, following widespread failures in the response to the Ebola outbreak. The WHO has created a ...
 NDTV1 week ago WHO to Study Use of Sanctions to Punish Countries as Part of Global Epidemic Response  Med India6 days ago

Nearly 4,000 MBBS seats got lost in red tape in 2014-15

The country has one doctor for every 1,700 persons against the World Health Organization prescribed standard of one doctor for every 1,000 persons. NEW DELHI: Red tape consumed nearly 4,000 MBBS seats in the academic session 2014-15 at a time when India is ...
 Economic Times1 week ago About 4,000 MBBS seats got lost in red tape in '14-15  Economic Times1 week ago

Preventing a leading killer: Drowning

According to the World Health Organization's Global Report on Drowning 2014, drowning is a serious and neglected public health threat claiming the lives of 3,72,000 people a year worldwide. In order to prevent us from drowning WHO recommends the following preventive measures. For more data driven journalism, take a look at Rediff ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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