In what could be a significant warning for India, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said that the “subdued” P. Vivax malaria virus is contributing in large proportion in India and has taken a deadly form. While the efforts have so far been focused ... Asian Age, 1 hour ago
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The World Health Organisation, or WHO, will possibly remove Nigeria from the list of polio endemic countries after more than a decade of struggle withthe disease. The Nigerian government and health officials marked July 24 as the first year of not ...International Business Times Australia, 19 hours ago Health: Polio vaccine in Kenya is safe, WHO assures East African Standard, 14 hours ago Government Assures Public of Safety of the Polio Vaccine Kenya News Agency, 16 hours ago Polio Vaccine in Kenya is Safe, World Health Organisation Assures Prensa Latina, 7 hours ago
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By The World Health Organisation (WHO) has said that about two million people a year contract hepatitis from unsafe injections. It added that there is an urgent need for countries to enhance action to prevent viral hepatitis infection and to ensure ...AllAfrica.com, 19 hours ago Unsafe Injections Cause 2m Hepatitis Cases Annually WHO Leadership, 21 hours ago WHO urges world community to prevent hepatitis by acting against unsafe injections, unsafe blood Meri News, 1 week ago
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has redesignated the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) as a WHO Collaborating Centre for Healthy Urban Environments. This is in recognition of work that promotes healthy and sustainable settlements ...Noodls, 11 hours ago Health safety: Physical hygiene is essential Gulf News, 2 days ago Health is worth the investment for government and business This is Africa, 5 days ago Rebuild regular services for survivors: World Health Organisation Asian Age, 1 month ago
The World Health Organisation and three other international public health organisations have warned that Africa is at risk of a large meningitis outbreak if production of vaccines are not scaled up In a statement by the WHO the organisations ...Uncova, 6 hours ago Dealing with African epidemics needs more than just a health response Polity.org.za, 2 days ago Africa: Dealing With Epidemics Needs More Than Just a Health Response Uncova, 1 day ago WHO plays down risk of epidemic outbreak in Nepal Sify, 2 months ago
Published 07/28/2015 by The World Health Organisation (WHO) is highlighting the urgent need for countries to take action to prevent viral hepatitis infection and to ensure ...Look Local, 1 day ago World Hepatitis Day: '1.4 million people die of hepatitis every year' - WHO Uncova, 1 day ago Hepatitis causes over 1.4m deaths yearly, 80% of liver cancer, says WHO Naija Lately, 2 days ago WHO: 400 Europeans die of hepatitis each day EurActiv.com, 1 day ago
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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 Times, 2 days ago World Hepatitis Day, 28 July: What is India doing? MapsofIndia, 6 days ago
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