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Teenage depression and suicide rates make mental health an education issue
Melbourne Age

Teenage depression and suicide rates make mental health an edu...

What is happening? In the World Health Organisation report, Health for the World's Adolescents (2014), depression is highlighted as the main cause of illness and disability for adolescents aged 10 to 19, and suicide; and the chief cause of death ... Melbourne Age, 3 days ago
Siasat Daily

TS Govt. promises 100 litres of water per head per day

August 30, 2015 Hyderabad , News Getting two steps further to the World Health Organisation's stipulated quota of 55 litres of pure water per head per day, the Telangana government is all set to supply 100 litres of pure water per head ...
 Siasat Daily3 days ago
East African Standard

Too much sugar is harmful to both adults and children

In March this year, the World Health Organisation released new guidelines on sugar intake for children and adults. The guidelines recommend a reduction of daily intake of free sugars to less than 10 per cent of total energy intake per day. For any ...
 East African Standard3 days ago Women face sexual abuse even during childbirth: WHO  Prokerala2 months ago
DNA

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 India free of maternal, neonatal tetanus: WHO  Times of India5 days ago
Uncova

Ebola: WHO says Sierra Leone records zero virus infection

The World Health Organisation WHO says for the first time in over a year there are no people in Sierra Leone being treated for the Ebola virus and no other confirmed cases in the country A WHO statement on Wednesday August 26 stated that the ...
 Uncova6 days ago Sierra Leone discharges last Ebola patient  Uncova1 week ago News24.com | Sierra Leone releases its last known Ebola patient  News241 week ago News24.com.ng | Sierra Leone releases its last known Ebola patient  News24 Nigeria1 week ago
New Indian Express

HC notice to TN govt on PIL over WHO report on alcohol

n of World Health Organisation's recommendations on containing alcocholism, the Madras High Court today directed Tamil Nadu government to spell out the measures taken by it on the matter. A bench, comprising Chief Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Justice ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Govt told to List measures taken to curb alcoholism  New Indian Express6 days ago Madras HC wants TN govt to spell out steps taken to reduce alcoholism  Times of India1 week ago
Sky News Australia

WHO 'could use sanctions' to fight Ebola

The World Health Organisation says 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 ...
 Sky News Australia1 week ago Eliminating Ebola possible in near future: WHO  Prokerala4 weeks ago
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Irish Times

GD Goenka organises ‘World No Tobacco Day’ activity

STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: To highlight global health crisis due to the availability of tobacco products in the market, GD Goenka Public School Jammu on Thursday organised ‘World No Tobacco Day’ activity in its premises. To create effective awareness ...
 State Times1 month ago E-cigarettes 95% safer than tobacco, say UK health officials  Irish Times2 weeks ago Raise taxes on cigarettes, other tobacco products: WHO  Times of India1 month ago WHO calls for higher taxes on tobacco  Prokerala1 month ago
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The Guardian Nigeria

WHO sounds the bugle for hepatitis prevention in India

NEW DELHI: Ahead of World Hepatitis Day tomorrow, the World Health Organisation has urged India to strictly adhere to the WHO injection safety guidelines for hepatitis prevention. "The health sector needs to strengthen disease surveillance systems, ensure ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Indians at higher risk of diabetes due to ancestors, says new research  DNA1 month ago Lifestyle, Dearth Of Professionals Are Major Killers Of Diabetic Patients  The Guardian Nigeria1 week ago
Deccan chronicle

Drumstick tree: The easiest way to purify drinking water?

The World Health Organisation estimates that lack of access to clean drinking water causes 1.6 million deaths each year, mostly from diarrheal and parasitic diseases. Because of this, importing disinfecting chemicals is a priority for many developing nations.
 Deccan chronicle2 months ago Photography: Water  RESource1 week ago Leaders Gather in Stockholm for World Water Week  The Poultry Site1 week ago World Water Week focuses on development  Energy and Environmental Management1 week ago
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