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Ebola outbreak: World Health Organisation shuts Sierra Leone laboratory after healthcare worker infected
ABC Radio Australia

Expert urges FG to strengthen health sector

As measures to contain the deadly Ebola virus disease continues, a former Coordinator of the World Health Organisation in Edo State and a consultant Epidemiologist, Dr. Peter Olise, has urged the Federal Government to strengthen the nation's health ... Nigeria Punch, 11 hours ago
Patient causes Ebola scare at Nkasi hospital Daily News TSN, 56 minutes ago
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Climate change warms up global health impacts

The first global conference on climate change and health, gets underway today at the World Health Organisation in Geneva. The effect of climate on health is the focus of the landmark symposium, with human induced climate change deemed an ...
 World Radio Switzerland7 hours ago UN says climate change a 'health threat'  Sky News Australia2 hours ago Climate change poses health risk  Qatar Peninsula2 hours ago Climate change poses growing health threat, UN panel reports  GMA News.tv6 hours ago
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Times of India

Vegan potlucks, the new healthy fad in Pune

Potlucks are always fun and a great way to network and meet up with friends. Recently a hatke potluck was organised in the city, where just about everyone was invited. The main purpose of the potluck was to connect with likeminded people and enjoy ...
 Times of India2 hours ago

WHO staffer with Ebola taken to Germany

BERLIN - A World Health Organisation (WHO) employee who has contracted Ebola arrived in Germany on Wednesday, the first patient with the virus to be treated in the country, officials said. A plane carrying the patient -- a Senegalese ...
 ENCA4 hours ago Ebola: Infected WHO Employee To Be Flown To Hamburg For Treatment  Channels TV Nigeria7 hours ago
ITV.com

WHO wants ban on use of e-cigarettes indoors

The World Health Organisation has said that use of e-cigarettes should be banned indoors, while sale of the device to children should stop as well. The international agency said that there must be no more claims that the devices can help smokers ...
 DNA India8 hours ago WHO warning on e-cigarettes  Pharma Field1 day ago Is 'passive vaping' harmful?  BootsWebMD4 hours ago E-cigarettes needs same controls as traditional products, says health watchdog  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 day ago
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Oneindia

Disease co-discoverer criticises WHO

A Belgian scientist who discovered the Ebola virus in 1976, Prof.Peter Piot, has criticised the World Health Organisation, for its late response to the epidemic. Piot, who is a director of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, told ...
 Nigeria Punch23 hours ago HC notice over health policies for babies with birth defects  ProKerala.com7 hours ago Community health workers are critical to fighting Ebola  Times of Oman1 day ago Indian-American doctors spread health message at India Day parade  Prokerala1 day ago
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Talking Retail

WHO Recommends Regulation of e-cigarettes

The World Health Organisation (WHO) called for stronger regulation of electronic cigarettes in a report released Tuesday, urging governments to limit advertising of the devices and ban their sale to minors. The report documents the findings of a ...
 MENAFN11 hours ago World Health Organisation Calls for Regulation on E-Cigarettes  European Supermarket Magazine1 day ago
Irish Times

Aust experts welcome e-cigarette report

EXPERTS have welcomed a new World Health Organisation (WHO) report on electronic cigarettes recommending a ban on the sale of the products to minors. THE WHO report released on Tuesday warns that e-cigarettes pose a "serious threat" to foetuses and ...
 NEWS.com.au17 hours ago WHO report on e-cigarettes could be a case of smoke without fire  Irish Times23 hours ago New laws will ban the sale of e-cigarettes to those under 18  Big News Network11 hours ago
MaltaToday

World Health Organisation urges stiff regulatory curbs on e-cigarettes

World Health Organisation urges stiff regulatory curbs on e-cigarettes Wednesday, 27 August 2014 - 8:32am IST | Place: GenevaLondon | Agency: Reuters The World Health Organisation (WHO) called for stiff regulation of electronic cigarettes as well as bans on ...
 DNA19 hours ago WHO calls for stiff curbs on e-cigarettes  The Telegraph1 day ago World Health Organisation urges Ebola nations to screen all travellers  MaltaToday1 week ago WHO's Ebola guideline  Himalayan times1 week ago
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Free health camp at Shri Indiresh Hospital from August 25 to 30

ealth camp is being organised by Shri Mahant Indiresh Hospital for the senior citizens from August 25 to 30 at their campus. All the senior citizens coming to the camp will avail the benefit of free registration. Through the camp, the discount of 50 ...
 New Delhi Pioneer4 days ago Aga Khan hospital organises medical camp  Uganda Daily Monitor15 hours ago Agha Khan hospital organises medical camp  Uganda Daily Monitor21 hours ago Detection camp held  E Pao!5 days ago
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