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Despite progress, road traffic deaths remain too high
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Despite progress, road traffic deaths remain too high

Some 1.25 million people die each year as a result of road traffic crashes, according to the World Health Organisation's (WHO) Global status report on road safety 2015, despite improvements in road safety. Road traffic fatalities take an ... Trade Arabia, 1 month ago
Daily Maverick

Mental health perspective to domestic violence

The World Health Organisation defines intimate partner violence as any behaviour within an intimate relationship that causes physical psychological or sexual harm In this context violence refers to all physical sexual psychological or economic ...
 Uncova2 weeks ago Health-E News: Mental health the poor, crazy stepchild  Daily Maverick1 month ago
Abu Dhabi National

World Health Organisation wants UAE to lower speed limits to 50kph

ABU DHABI // The World Health Organisation has offered the UAE a number of proposals in a bid to reduce deaths on the country's roads. In its 2015 World Health Organisation Global Status Report on Road Safety, which is based on UAE data from 2013, ...
 Abu Dhabi National5 days ago

News in the Humanosphere: Treat patients with HIV right away, WHO recommends

The World Health Organization announced a new protocol for people with HIV. In short, patients should begin treatment immediately after testing positive. It is in line with what other countries, including the U.S., have recommended. It is no small ...
 Humanosphere1 month ago
Melbourne Age

Health care workers more likely to be targeted in armed conflict

When Christoph Hensch woke to banging and shouting in his building, his first thought was that people were having a party. He pulled on his trousers, thinking he would investigate the commotion, when the door swung open. He could see through the ...
 Melbourne Age2 days ago Bishop of Embu, Kenya: Health Care, History and Pope Francis  Zenit1 week ago Africa highlights: Pope arrives in Kenya, Congo NBA star honoured  BBC3 hours ago 'He pointed a gun at me and shot'  Sydney Morning Herald2 days ago
Business Insider Australia

These are the 11 richest countries with the biggest organised crime problems

The World Economic Forum recently published its annual Global Competitiveness Report, which brings together dozens of measures of economic and institutional health. One of the sub-categories used by the WEF is the prevalence of organised crime ...
 Business Insider Australia1 month ago The 11 richest countries with the biggest organised crime problems  Business Insider UK1 month ago

Market - The once-unthinkable has finally happened in North Dakota (USO, OIL, WTI, VDE)

Industry Tech Market Barack Obama Health Food World Economic The once-unthinkable has finally happened in North Dakota (USO, OIL, WTI, VDE) Proof that the shale boom is practically over keeps growing. Oil production in North Dakota fell ...
 E-Servicis.com1 week ago Germans release people arrested in Aachen  E-Servicis.com1 week ago

Statement by Unicef Executive Director Anthony Lake on attack on health facility in Yemen

The health facility reportedly attacked recently in Saada, Yemen, is the 39th health centre hit since the violence escalated in March. Critical shortages of fuel, medications, electricity, petrol and water threaten to stop many more from operating. ...
 Wired-GOV3 weeks ago

Fuels threaten health of refugees

The "huge dependency" of refugees on wood- and charcoal-based fuels has horrific consequences for their health, a report has warned. The authors calculated cooking with wood caused 20,000 premature deaths among displaced people each year. The ...
 BBC1 week ago Wood-based fuels threaten health of refugees week ago

A look at the abuse of pregnant women by health workers

By Rema Nagarajan Obstetric violence, the abuse of pregnant women by health workers, is shockingly common in the Indian medical system though it is rarely talked about. Recently, three infants died in Uttar Pradesh's Balia district after their ...
 Economic Times1 week ago
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