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Blood Donation Day: What ails the blood donation sector

Rallies, blood donation mark World Blood Donor Day across State

Twenty-six persons who regularly donated blood and conducted camps were rewarded at the World Blood Donor Day meeting, organised by the District AIDS Prevention and Control Unit (DAPCU) here on Tuesday. They included S. Md. Khasim, who donated ... The Hindu, 1 week ago
National Blood Donor Day: a day to save lives Equilibrio Informativo, 1 week ago

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Vaccinate before the Games

The World Health Organisation has come out with health advisories for national authorities and travellers to Brazil, the host of the forthcoming Olympics and Paralympic Games Rio de Janeiro. Before departure, travellers should be advised about health risks in ...
 Business Line2 days ago HSCC, Govt Join Hands for World-Class Health Infrastructure in Goa  EGov Online2 weeks ago Investing in health is not cheap, but it is not a luxury either  Health Systems Trust2 weeks ago Nayati Hospital, Mathura celebrates World Hypertension Day  Financial Express2 weeks ago

Chhattisgarh: Ban on commercial vehicles over 10-12 years old to curb pollution

Raipur was listed as seventh top polluted cities in the world by World Health Organisation (WHO) last month, hence Chief Minister Raman Singh issued directives to senior officials to undertake steps to control pollution.
 DNA2 days ago Cgarh govt makes action plan for pollution control in Raipur  Business Standard1 month ago Chhattisgarh action plan for pollution control in Raipur  The Hindu1 month ago

Zika warnings raise abortion demand in Latin America

Pan American Health Organisation issued an alert about the Zika virus in Latin America
 Business Standard3 days ago Zika to spread to Europe by this summer  Prokerala1 month ago Climate change may boost spread of Zika, other viruses  Asian Age2 months ago

Olympics in the time of Zika

The World Health Organisation has confirmed that the Olympic Games scheduled to be held in August in Rio de Janeiro will go ahead, the Zika virus notwithstanding. An Emergency Committee meeting convened by the WHO Director-General said there is very low risk ...
 The Hindu6 days ago The WHO doesn't want to postpone the Olympics because of Zika -- here's the reason why  Business Insider Australia1 week ago No changes in venue or schedule of Rio Olympics due to Zika outbreak, confirms WHO  IndiaTV News3 weeks ago WHO won’t move Olympics due to Zika  Asian Age4 weeks ago

WHO: Coffee can cause cancer, if very hot

Representational image There is no conclusive evidence that drinking coffee causes cancer, the World Health Organisation’s cancer agency will say in a rev-erse of its previous warning, but it will also say all “very hot” drinks are probably ...
 Asian Age1 week ago Drinking hot beverages 'could cause cancer' - WHO  Irish Independent1 week ago 'Very hot drinks' are likely to cause cancer  ITV.com1 week ago Hot drinks probably cause cancer, health body claims  Irish Times1 week ago
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 Sharenet2 weeks ago Yellow Fever Vaccination facility inaugurated at Tuticorin  PIB1 week ago World Health Organisation reports new yellow fever case in Congo  Reporters3652 weeks ago WHO calls emergency meeting on yellow fever outbreak  Business Standard1 month ago

No threat to polio-free status of India: WHO

Amidst concerns over resurfacing of polio cases in India, the World Health Organisation on Saturday said there is "no threat" to the polio-free status of all South East Asian region countries, including India, and the detection of a rare strain of the crippling disease is "not unusual". Noting that all the countries including India maintain a "high vigil" for the detection of the disease, the World Health Organisation's South-East Asia Regional Office said that no child has been afflicted by ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Promoting ‘Healthy India’ plan  State Times2 weeks ago ‘India has come a long way in public health’  Business Line2 months ago Polio cases could be wiped out within 12 months: WHO  Business Standard2 months ago

South-East Asia continues to be polio free: WHO

Days after a suspected polio case was detected in India, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said no child in the South-East Asia region has been afflicted by wild polio virus since 2011."All countries in the region continue to maintain a very high vigil ...
 Prokerala1 week ago After polio scare in T'gana, suspected case in UP detected  Deccan Herald1 week ago South-East Asia Continue to Maintain High Vigil for Polio Detection  Med India1 week ago

One woman dies every five minutes during pregnancy in India, says WHO report

Every five minutes, at least one Indian woman dies during pregnancy and child birth, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Sunday. The post One woman dies every five minutes during pregnancy in India, says WHO report appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com1 week ago One pregnant woman dies every 5 minutes in India: WHO  IndiaTV News2 weeks ago One woman dies every 5 minutes during pregnancy: WHO  Prokerala2 weeks ago
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