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Number of Ebola Cases Passes 10,000: World Health Organisation

Building a culture of safety first

The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that more than 230,000 people are killed in road accidents in India every year, the equivalent of a life lost every five minutes. A large number of these deaths could be avoided; WHO states that the ... Financial Express, 2 hours ago

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Child mortality rate in India is declining

As per World Health Organisation data, visualised above, the biggest causes of mortality in children between the ages of 0 to 4 years are prematurity, acute lower respiratory infection (including pneumonia), birth asphyxia (suffocation) and trauma and diarrhoeal disease.While numbers for all four of these child killers have been on the decline, the absolute numbers continue to be alarmingly high.The 2014 Pneumonia and Diarrhoea Report released by the International Vaccine Access Centre at ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago HMC workshop emphasises need for safer roads for children  Qatar Tribune18 hours ago Region lagging in tackling child obesity, says child health expert days ago Ministry of Health pitches for breast-feeding in Oman  Times of Oman5 days ago
Malay Mail

Ebola death toll rises to 7,373

The death toll from the Ebola outbreak has risen to 7,373 out of 19,091 known cases of the virus. The World Health Organisation posted the latest figures on its website to reflect nearly 500 new deaths that have been recorded
 ITV.com1 day ago Ebola death toll close to 7,400, says World Health Organisation  MSN News22 hours ago Ebola: Death toll now at 7,373  Malay Mail21 hours ago PSI Africa region health sector trade unions call for new public healthcare systems in response to Ebola crisis  Public Services International2 days ago
Malaysian Medical Resources

STO hands over biomedical equipment worth US$900,000 to the health ministry

The State Trading Organisation (STO) has handed over biomedical equipment worth US$900,000 to the health ministry. Yesterday (December 20) STO Managing Director Adam Azim handed over 1500 pieces of equipment including patient monitors, ECG ...
 Minivan News7 hours ago Ministry runs short of vaccines for children  Himalayan times3 days ago Health Ministry keens on improving quality of service  Borneo Post Online3 days ago Time to make 'Health for All' a reality: Naik  NetIndia123.com4 days ago
Hindustan Times

Organic foods: Are they more nutritious? Are they safer? Or are they plain lies?

Despite paying as much as double the price, many health-conscious consumers who think they've gone organic really haven't. Information obtained by Crop Care Federation of India (CCFI) under the Right to Information Act proves that farms that claim ...
 Hindustan Times9 hours ago
Sun Live

Drowning: a preventable killer

The latest World Health Organisation statistics show that children aged between five and 14-years-old in the Western Pacific Region are more likely to die from drowning than anyother cause. This is a statistic which is shocking to Tauranga Swim ...
 Sun Live22 hours ago Half of pneumonia deaths in kids due to household air pollution: WHO  Business Standard1 week ago 100 deaths daily, Pneumonia emerges as killer disease in Bihar  DNA3 weeks ago
Friday Gurgaon

Meridian Health Joins Cerner to Aggregate Population Health Data Across Multiple EHRs

KANSAS CITY, Mo., Dec. 18, 2014 -- Meridian Health, a leading not-for-profit health organization in New Jersey, will join Cerner Corp. ( (NASDAQ:CERN) ) to help manage patient population health data from multiple non-Cerner acute and ambulatory ...
 ITbriefing3 days ago Football League trust announce fitness push  Football Trade Directory1 day ago Learning for your Health  Bevan Foundation3 days ago Meridian Health to use HealtheIntent based solutions to provide clinicians with better insight of patient population  BusinessWeek2 days ago
The Star (Kenya)

Gujarat Govt to bring substantial changes in public health sector

Gujarat Government will set-up a Transplant University, Public Health University and introduce an organ donation policy in near future.This was announced by Chief Minister Anandiben Patel at Vadodara today, while inaugurating the Mega Industrial Exhibition ...
 News on Air3 weeks ago COMMUNITY HEALTH SYSTEMS : Studies in the Area of Epidemiology and Community Health Reported from University of Bristol (What does your neighbourhood say about you? A study of...  4 Traders3 days ago New report audits Kenya's progress on Universal Health Coverage  The Star (Kenya)4 days ago Kenya: New Report Audits Kenya's Progress On Universal Health Coverage  AllAfrica.com3 days ago
Asia Net India

Ban on gutka has positive impact: World Health Organisation

Mumbai, Dec 17 (PTI) Stringent state-level laws banning gutka have a positive impact as reduced product availability has resulted in decreased consumption of gutka, according to World Health
 Press Trust of India4 days ago Gutkha ban is a boon to public health, says WHO study  Hindu Business Line5 days ago Consumption and availability of gutka has decreased: WHO  Business Standard5 days ago Bans causing decline in gutka consumption: WHO study  Prokerala5 days ago

Poor drug quality may have caused Chhattisgarh surgery deaths

Last month, botched sterilisation surgeries at government organised health camps had left many women dead in Chhattisgarh. NEW DELHI: Infection and sub-standard quality of the drugs used could have been the cause of deaths at a recent sterilisation camp in ...
 Economic Times3 days ago Chhattisgarh sterilisation: Poor drug quality may have caused surgery deaths  Jagran Post3 days ago Viscera reports indecisive  Asian Age4 weeks ago Sterilisation botch-ups: A tragedy waiting to strike?  Times of India1 month ago
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