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Monsanto is outraged by WHO's cancer...

Jack Kaskey Houston MONSANTO was outraged by the World Health Organisation's (WHO) assessment that its Roundup weedkiller probably caused cancer, it said, the latest defence by the world's biggest seed company of its best-selling product. In ... IOL Business Report, 4 days ago

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WHO report links Monsanto's weed killer to cancer

A new World Health Organization report claims that a commonly used weed killer has the potential to cause cancer. The report indicts Roundup, an herbicide widely used by farmers and homeowners. Monsanto, the company which makes the chemical, has ...
 Domain-B4 days ago Glyphosate Probably Causes Cancer: But Patrick Moore Says Drinking A Quart Does No Harm (Before Storming Out Of TV Interview)  RINF.com5 days ago Monsanto hits back at glyphosate study's cancer claims  Farmers Weekly Interactive5 days ago WHO: Weedkiller ingredient "probably" causes cancer  Melbourne Age5 days ago
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Walkathon at Sukhna Lake to mark World Oral Health Day

To spread awareness on the importance of oral hygiene, the Indian Dental Association (IDA), Chandigarh branch, will organise a walkathon at Sukhna Lake on the occasion of World Oral Health Day (March 20). The event is being organised in ...
 Indian Express1 week ago Pepsodent Fetes Pupils At 2015 World Oral Health Day  Individual.com3 days ago
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World Health Organisation and feeding your baby

We are used to scientists telling us what we're supposed to do to have a healthy life. Sometimes the research seems to contradict itself but when it comes to the World Health Organisation you expect that the advice they draw up for any specific ...
 ABC Online3 days ago Monsanto denies possible health risk of glyphosate  EFeedLink3 days ago

Ghana's Mental Health Challenges: Does the Government show enough concern?

The World Health Organization Assessment Instrument for Mental Health Systems (WHO- AIMS) which used to collect information on mental health in Ghana revealed that whilst government budgets significant amount of money to physical health, only a ...
 Ghana News Agency3 days ago Press release: New action plan to tackle mental health stigma in schools  Individual.com4 days ago

How Ebola changed the world

One year ago, the World Health Organization officially declared there was an outbreak of Ebola across Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia. The disease had already claimed more than 70 lives. This tiny virus, invisible to the naked eye, went on to ...
 BBC6 days ago Vaccines for Ebola by end of year  Asian Age2 months ago Ebola Outbreak Ends By August, Says UN days ago Ebola outbreak 'over by August', UN suggests  Weekend Post6 days ago

'Shisha' more harmful than cigarettes, warns World Health Organisation

Abu Dhabi: Smoking water pipes can be more harmful than cigarettes, world health experts have warned. A single puff from a water pipe nearly equals the volume of smoke inhaled from an entire cigarette, while one session of "shisha" can equal ...
 Canberra Times1 week ago Health experts defend e-cigarettes  New Age Bangladesh1 week ago Water pipes can be more harmful than cigarettes, say health experts  The Gulf Today1 week ago
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Nigerians Urged to Take Preventive Health Care Seriously

By Sunday Okobi Disturbed by the World Health Organisation's (WHO) prediction that if care is not taken, by 2030, non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are projected to cause nearly five times as many deaths worldwide as HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and ...
 This Day Online3 days ago WHPCA reports from the first Ministerial Conference on Dementia at the World Health Organization in Geneva.  EHospice1 week ago World Health boss wages war on tobacco firms  Daily Nation1 week ago World of Health Organisation calls for ban on e-cigarettes  7 Days Abu Dhabi1 week ago

WHO lauds India for anti-smoking mechanisms

The World Health Organisation today lauded India's tobacco control mechanisms, calling the country a "champion" for curbing "tobacco marketing in films"."India is a champion from the point of view in controlling tobacco marketing in films. You even have the case of Woody Allen who did not want his film released due to a regulation. "They have been very relevant in the region to strengthen the cooperation on tobacco control," said Dr Vera Luiza da Costa e Silva, head of Convention ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Indian-made vaccine approved to fight meningitis in Africa  Business Standard2 months ago UN extends use of meningitis vaccine to African infants  Business Standard2 months ago Indian meningitis vaccine gets WHO nod for African infants  Jagran Post2 months ago

WHO urges shift to single-use smart syringes

The World Health Organisation has called for junking of multiple usage syringes and a carpet usage of smart syringes that break after one use by 2020. Reusing syringes leads to more than two million people being infected with diseases, including HIV and ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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