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Nine out of 10 people breathe harmful air

MORE than 90% of the global population lives in a place where the air does not meet World Health Organisation (WHO) safety guidelines, says a WHO study that warns of a "public health emergency" created by rising pollution levels. The most detailed ... BDlive, 18 hours ago
Brunei air quality among safest on planet Brunei Times, 2 hours ago

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World Heart Day 2016: Six superfoods to power up your heart health!

Zee Media Bureau/ New Delhi: The heart is the most important organ, whose job is to pump blood throughout the body. However, we put the heart through so much everyday. Unhealthy eating habits, lack of physical activity, use of tobacco etc., can ...
 ZeeNews.com1 day ago Tackling the world's deadliest disease group  Times.mw12 hours ago The Americas Is Now Successfully Measles Free According To The WHO  WCCF Tech15 hours ago Royal Philips Electronics N.V. Announces Global Partnership With World Heart Federation, Furthering Its Commitment To The Prevention, Diagnosis And Treatment Of Cardiovascular Disease  BioSpace2 days ago

Kites is organizing Free health camp for the Elderly on the Occasion of World Elders day

Take a Stand Against Ageism Bengaluru 28th September 2016 : This year, KITES, the elder care specialist, is organizing a Free elder health camp on Saturday 1st Oct 2016 for persons aged 60 and above. The camp is being organized between 8am and 2pm ...
 Pocket News Alert.com1 day ago When Citizens In The 'Nanny State Capital Of The World' Question The World Health Organisation, You Have To Sit Up And Listen  Huffington Post UK1 week ago "World Health Organization Uses Exclusion to Silence Debate" Says Former Australian Minister  Yahoo! Singapore1 week ago MEDIBIO : Innovative mental health check launched  4 Traders1 week ago

'City roads in India unsafe for pedestrians, cyclists': World Health Organisation

BHUBANESWAR: Traffic related fatalities in the country have increased by 4.6 percent in 2015 resulting in the death of over two lakh persons. Quoting the figures from a report by the World Health Organisation (WHO), Claudia Adriazola, the Program ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago
Melbourne Age

We all have a role in promoting accessible tourism

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 1 billion people (15% of the world's population) live with some sort of disability. In relation to this, UNWTO is convinced that as part of responsible and sustainable tourism policy, accessibility ...
 Biz Community15 hours ago 92% of the world live with dangerous pollution: World Health Organisation  Melbourne Age2 days ago 92% live with dangerous pollution: WHO  WA Today2 days ago
Gavi Alliance

Discrimination and negative attitudes about ageing are bad for your health

MIL OSI United Nations Source: World Health Organisation Headline: WHO takes a stand against ageism on the International Day of Older Persons 29 September 2016 | GENEVA New analysis by WHO shows that negative or ageist attitudes towards older ...
 Foreign hours ago US health-care system still ranks among the least-efficient  Business Times Singapore18 hours ago HealthRight International honours Seth Berkley for leadership in global health  Gavi Alliance2 days ago FCT: Mpape, Mabushi health centres in sorry state  Daily Trust Nigera3 days ago
Huffington Post UK

'The Truth About Meat' Explores Whether You Can Eat Meat And Live Healthily

Should we be done with meat entirely, or is there still hope? Off the back of the World Health Organisation's (WHO) study that found some types of red and processed meat could cause cancer, Chris Bavin is on a mission to find out if any types of ...
 Huffington Post UK2 days ago 'The Truth About Meat': BBC Show Explores Whether You Can Eat Meat And Live A Healthy Life  Huffington Post UK3 days ago
Fiji Sun

Regional Kava Standard Being Developed

Delegates attending the 14th Session of the joint Food and Agriculture Organisation/World Health Organisation Food Standards Programme in Port Vila, Vanuatu past week. The Pacific Island countries await the support of Codex to develop a codex ...
 Fiji Sun2 hours ago Poor food risks global health  Financial Express Bangladesh4 days ago Poor food 'risks health of half the world'  BBC4 days ago Poor food risks health of half the world  Great Lakes Voice4 days ago

Aleppo 'needs evacuation corridors'

The World Health Organisation wants safe routes to be set up immediately to evacuate sick and wounded Syrians from besieged parts of the city of Aleppo. A spokeswoman said there were only 35 doctors left to care hundreds of patients trapped in ...
 BBC2 days ago
The Guardian Nigeria

Nigeria, 11 others benefit from WHO initiative on heart attack, stroke

Regular high blood pressure screening is recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO) Nigeria and eleven other developing countries are first beneficiaries of a new initiative by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and partners, to beat ...
 The Guardian Nigeria3 days ago
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