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Ebola vaccine safe for use in Africa: Study
Indian Express

Need of healthy urbanization: Experts

Experts and world organizations have insisted on an urgent need for a new approach to urbanization and a new paradigm of public health to overcome airborne diseases, such as tuberculosis. Crowding and high population density is direct risk factors ... Times of India, 1 day ago
Canada will send experimental Ebola vaccine to WHO Business Standard, 2 months ago
Ebola Vaccine Safe for Use in Africa: Study New Indian Express, 5 days ago

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No pills to swallow

DEC 22 - According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), approximately two billion people suffer from micronutrient deficiencies globally, and a poor diet is the main culprit. This causes the deaths of 3.5 million mothers and children each ...
 Kathmandu Post5 days ago Health Summary [analysis]  Individual.com6 days ago Rwanda: Health in the News  AllAfrica.com6 days ago Building a culture of safety first  Financial Express1 week ago

Lack of safe water, poor sanitation, hygiene killing mothers, newborns in developing world

WATERAID and the London School of Hygiene &Tropical Medicine have joined the World Health Organization (WHO), United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), SHARE Research Consortium and other organisations in a ...
 The Guardian Nigeria3 days ago Lack of safe water, sanitation and hygiene in birth settings is killing mothers and newborns in the developing world  Medical News Today1 week ago
Uganda Daily Monitor

Painkillers can reduce risk of skin cancer - study

The World Health Organisation (WHO)says currently, between two and three million non-melanoma skin cancers and 132,000 melanoma skin cancers, occur globally each year. One in every three cancers diagnosed is a skin cancer. Taking painkillers such ...
 Uganda Daily Monitor6 days ago
Times of Malta

One million wounded in Syria, says World Health Organisation

People internally displaced from Hama and Idlib, stand by their tents built on muddy ground in a refugee camp beside the Syrian-Turkish border in Qtma town, Idlib countryside, yesterday. Photo: Reuters One million people have been wounded ...
 Times of Malta1 week ago Syrian civil war leaves million wounded as health system collapses  International Business Times UK1 week ago Million people wounded, diseases spreading in Syria - WHO  Eye Witness News1 week ago WHO: One million wounded and disease spreading in Syria  World Bulletin1 week ago
Peace Country Sun

Dramatic reduction in malaria deaths: WHO

Malaria deaths have dropped dramatically since 2000 as more people are treated and use more bed nets, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said in its annual report.The organisation said the death rate from the illness fell by 47 percent worldwide between 2000 ...
 Prokerala2 weeks ago Drug-resistant malaria: the world's next big health crisis? -TRFN  Reuters UK1 week ago Is Drug-resistant malaria the world's next big health crisis?  CNEWS1 week ago FEATURE: Drug-resistant malaria: The world's next big health crisis?  AlertNet1 week ago

Ban on gutka has positive impact: World Health Organisation

MUMBAI: 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 Organisation (WHO). In a study conducted by the WHO in seven states - ...
 Economic Times1 week ago

Sperm Can Carry Ebola for 82 Days: World Health Organisation

Sperm can carry the Ebola virus for at least 82 days, the World Health Organization said Friday, urging men recovering from the disease to use condoms for three months after the onset of symptoms. "Because of the potential to transmit the virus sexually ...
 NDTV4 weeks ago

Higher Targets Set to Eliminate TB

By Ivan Ngoboka Rwanda has set new targets on prevention and treatment of TB (tuberculosis) as the World Health Organisation (WHO) raises a red flag on the disease that last year claimed 1.5 million lives globally. TB, WHO says in a new report, ...
 AllAfrica.com6 days ago
Jagran Post

WHO stresses on improving indoor air quality

Over 60 per cent of homes in World Health Organisation (WHO) South-East Asia Region still use solid fuel for cooking. In India, this amounts to some 700 million people. "Member States now need to develop national databases on household fuel use and emissions ...
 Jagran Post2 weeks ago World Health Organisation stresses on improving indoor air quality  Economic Times2 weeks ago
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