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Zika virus's other looming threat

Zika virus's other looming threat

When the World Health Organization declared a global health emergency on Monday, it didn't cite the Zika virus itself as the reason. The emergency, it said, is the alarming rise in cases of microcephaly and Guillan Barre Syndrome.At this time we have no other convincing explanation for the spike in these two conditions than the Zika virus.But while the WHO isn't ready to pass judgment on precisely what's to blame, (it specifies only "possible association with Zika virus") by citing Guillan ..., 1 day ago
Locals health officials discuss Zika virus Equilibrio Informativo, 12 hours ago

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Asia Cup & World T20: Pawan Negi new face in team

World Health Organization (WHO) has advised India and other South Asian countries to increase surveillance against Zika virus and take necessary precautionary steps. DD News,Copernicus Marg New Delhi-110001 Phone No. : Designed and maintained ...
 DDI News22 hours ago WHO warns southeast Asian countries against Zika virus, urges them to take preventive measures  First Post.com3 days ago Southeast Asian countries urged to prevent polio resurfacing  News Chennai Online3 weeks ago Strengthen surveillance against Zika, WHO tells southeast Asia  Prokerala3 days ago

Zika virus spread via transfusion confirmed; Europe sees first pregnancy case

The World Health Organization on Thursday advised countries against accepting blood donations from people who have travelled to regions affected by the Zika virus, as Spain announced Europe's first known case of the disease in a pregnant woman. The post Zika ...
 First Post.com1 day ago WHO Advises Against Blood Donations From People Linked To Zika Areas  NDTV1 day ago Brazil Health Official Confirms Zika Spread Via Transfusion  ABC News1 day ago Zika virus sexual transmission case in U.S. raises concern of World Health Organization  CBC3 days ago

Mosquito Repellant Sales Boom In Brazil Amid Zika Scare

Since it was detected in Brazil in April, the virus has spread to 26 countries in the Americas. The World Health Organization declared Zika an international health emergency this week, citing a "stron...
 NDTV1 day ago Here Are All The Known Cases Of Zika Virus In The World  MyInforms1 day ago

Breast cancer most common among Indian women today

Now, Globocan 2012, a software prepared by the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), has used data from the Indian Census in 2011 to show that breast cancer has upstaged cervical cancer as the most common cancer ...
 Times of India2 days ago #WorldCancerDay European cancer groups urged to take action against glyphosate  EU Reporter1 day ago African Cancer Organization To Mark World Cancer Day With Cancer Prevention Sensitization  Modern Ghana2 days ago It's World Cancer Day  Leadership2 days ago
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Olympic organizers step up measures against Zika

World Feb. 3, 2016 - Updated 00:44 UTC Organizers of the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in Brazil say they are stepping up measures to prevent the spread of the mosquito-borne Zika virus. Rio 2016's communications director Mario Andrada spoke about ...
 NHK3 days ago Zika virus spreads, WHO & travel organizations react  Global Marketing Company Ltd. Americas2 days ago 'Worried' Olympic organizers say Zika problem to decline  Business Insider3 days ago Rio Olympics organizers worried over Zika virus  RJR News Online3 days ago
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World health officials mobilize on Zika threat

World health officials mobilized with emergency response plans and funding pleas Tuesday as fears grow that the Zika virus, blamed for a surge in the number of brain-damaged babies, could spread globally and threaten the Summer Olympics. The World ...
 Yahoo! India3 days ago World health officials mobilise emergency plans against Zika threat  Channel NewsAsia3 days ago World health officials mobilise on Zika threat  Jamaica Observer3 days ago

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Zika marshals countries of the world except Kuwait

Ali Ahmed Al-Baghli Former Minister of Oil THE World Health Organization (WHO) announced Monday that Zika virus is a global health emergency, as it is almost certain that the virus is the main reason behind the rise of birth defects among newborn ...
 Arab Times2 days ago 'Zika' marshals countries of the world except Kuwait  Gulf in the Media2 days ago
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World Health Organization warns Europe to be on guard as Zika fears spread

Health officials have told European leaders they must act quickly to prevent the spread of the Zika virus. The warning comes days after the WHO declared a the virus a public health emergency. Zsuzsanna Jakab, the European director of the World ...
 Deutsche Welle2 days ago
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