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World Health Organization warns people are eating twice as much sugar as they should be
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World Health Organization Recommends Slashing Sugar Intake Wor...

* Intake should be halved in North America * Evidence shows sugar link to weight gain * Can of soda contains 10 teaspoons of sugar (Recasts, adds detail, background) GENEVA, March 4 (Reuters) - Adults and children must cut the amount of ... Huffington Post, 1 hour ago

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Make Listening Safe: the Hear the World Foundation supports WHO's International Ear Care Day in 2015

/PRNewswire/ -- "Make Listening Safe" with this slogan, the World Health Organization (WHO) is raising awareness of recreational noise-induced hearing loss on International Ear Care Day (March 3, 2015). The focus of this campaign is on teenagers and ...
 BusinessWeek1 day ago Fresenius Medical Care and Lankenau Medical Center Invites Public to Participate in World Kidney Day Educational Event  Noodls7 hours ago
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CBS Health: Why 1 billion could be at risk for hearing loss

The World Health Organization estimates one billion young people across the globe are potentially at risk of hearing loss due to "unsafe listening practices." Grab the earplugs, turn down the headphones and move away from the speakers. That's ...
 CBS News1 day ago 1 billion young people at risk of hearing loss from loud music: WHO  Business Standard4 days ago One Billion Young People at Risk of Hearing Loss from Loud Music  Med India3 days ago 1 billion young at risk of hearing loss from loud music: WHO  Economic Times4 days ago
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Ebola Cases in West Africa on the Rise for the Second Week

The World Health Organization (WHO) has notified a rise in the number of new Ebola cases in west Africa for the second week, after a previous fall. In the week up to February 8 a total of 144 new Ebola cases were registered, compared to 124 cases the previous ...
 Med India2 weeks ago West African Leaders Urge the World to Help Ebola Recovery  MedIndia1 day ago Number of Ebola cases rise in West Africa for first time in 2015  Business Standard3 weeks ago UN reports significant drop in Ebola cases  Zee News1 month ago

WHO's surgical safety checklist makes surgery safer: study

tation of World Health Organization's Surgical Safety Checklist should be made mandatory in India and the developing world as it significantly reduces postoperative morbidity and mortality, states a recent study. More than 234 million surgical operations are ...
 Business Standard1 day ago

WHO approves rapid test for Ebola

United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday announced that it has approved for use a rapid diagnostic test kit for Ebola that can provide results in 15 minutes and correctly identify 92 percent of patients infected by the disease that has killed ...
 Sify1 week ago First rapid Ebola blood test approved by WHO  News on Air1 week ago World Health Organization Approves 15-Minute Ebola Test by Corgenix  NDTV1 week ago WHO approves breakthrough 15-minute Ebola test  Reuters1 week ago

World Health Organisation weighs in on tobacco case

An ICSID tribunal has allowed the World Health Organisation to file an amicus curiae brief in a long-running dispute between tobacco company Philip Morris and the Uruguayan government over regulations on cigarette packaging. World Health ...
 Global Arbitration Review1 day ago WHO treaty induces change in tobacco use  Sify5 days ago WHO issues interim guidance on use of new drugs  Times of India2 months ago

WHO calls for more measles vaccination in Europe as large outbreaks persist

LONDON (Reuters) - The World Health Organization in Europe called on Wednesday for measles vaccination campaigns to be stepped up across the region after recording 22,000 cases of the highly infectious disease since the start of 2014.
 Reuters1 day ago WHO taken aback as measles resurfaces in Europe  Sify6 days ago WHO Calls for Measles Vaccination in Europe  Med India6 days ago WHO calls for vaccinations against European measles epidemic  Business Standard1 week ago
Med India

National Deworming Drive Launched in 11 States of India

A study by World Health Organization (WHO) indicated that 241 million children (68%) in India between the age group of 1 to 14 years are at risk for parasitic intestinal worms. Studies indicate that intestinal worms can cause chronic intestinal blood loss ...
 Med India2 days ago

Delhiā€™s air show sees a flurry of foreign exits!

The Indian capital averaged 153 micrograms per cubic metre in 2013, the World Health Organization said last May, citing government data. NEW DELHI: Embassies of the United States, Japan and Germany are actively contemplating a reduction in the three-year ...
 Economic Times6 days ago
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