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Queensland scientists help develop polio vaccine

The World Health Organisation (WHO) is using Australian technology in the battle against polio, which it says is still rampant in some countries. A polio vaccine was developed decades ago but scientists said "wild polio" strains were still a major ... ABC Online, 1 week ago

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Probiotics: Understanding Benefits and Recommendations for Use as a Supplement

This article was sponsored by Pharmavite. Probiotics, according to the World Health Organization, are live microorganisms that when administered in adequate amounts confer a health benefit on the host. 1 Several different strains of probiotics ...
 Pharmacy Times1 week ago National Diabetes Day launched in Accra  Graphic Ghana1 week ago Young diabetics get worse care  EPolitix.com1 week ago World Diabetes Day 2014: 'Healthy Living' Theme Raises Awareness of Lifestyle Benefits  International Business Times UK1 week ago
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Mobile use is safe: WHO

Here is good news for mobile users. The World Health Organisation (WHO) said there are no established studies to prove the adverse health effects caused by use of mobile phones. Doctors say they treat patients for symptomatic problems for usage ...
 EHealth Magazine1 week ago Mobile phone use doesn't harm health, says WHO  Bangalore Mirror6 days ago No adverse effects of mobile phones: World Health Organisation  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago WHO reassures on health impact of mobile phones  Prokerala1 week ago
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WHO To Begin Human Trials On Promising Ebola Drugs By December; Ebola Now Has 70% Death Rate

The World Health Organisation has called on the world's health experts to decide on a promising experimental drug or treatment for rigorous testing to combat the Ebola outbreak in west Africa. Several treatments have showed promise like the recently ...
 International Business Times Australia5 days ago Ebola the WHO surveys drugs to treat it, finds none effective yet  BizNews.com6 days ago First Ebola treatment trials to start in west Africa  Malay Mail1 week ago First trials for Ebola treatments to start at MSF sites in West Africa in December  Nigerian Voice1 week ago
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Why e-cigarettes are just as harmful as regular ones

According to a report released by the World Health Organisation (WHO) in August this year, stronger regulations and controls are needed to reduce the risks associated with the use of e-cigarettes. The report detailed that, while few studies have ...
 Yahoo! News South Africa1 week ago Indoor air pollution can trigger asthma and allergies  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago Strategy needed to reduce youth alcohol use: Vardhan  Business Standard2 months ago World Health Organisation calls for e-cigarette ban  Asian Age2 months ago

Number of Ebola cases nears 10,000: WHO

The number of people with Ebola is set to hit 10,000 in West Africa, the World Health Organisation said, as the scramble to find a cure gathered pace. The UNs public health body said 9,936 people in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone - the three countries at ...
 Deccan Herald4 weeks ago Health services, economies overwhelmed in Ebola-hit Africa  Jagran Post2 months ago Are we asking the wrong questions about Ebola?  Africa Review1 week ago

Canada will send experimental Ebola vaccine to WHO

he Canadian government said that it will start shipping its experimental Ebola vaccine to the World Health Organisation on Monday for possible use in the West African countries hardest hit by the outbreak. The government said in a news release today that the ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Canada to begin Ebola vaccine trials  Asiaone6 days ago

WHO urges use of blood-derived drugs against Ebola, backs vaccine trials

GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Friday experts had agreed that blood-derived drug therapies and serum from survivors may be used for treatment of Ebola virus, and called for investment in the experimental drugs. "There is a real ...
 First Post.com2 months ago WHO urges use of survivors serum against Ebola, backs vaccine trials  Reuters2 months ago ‘Ebola survivors need special care’  Asian Age2 weeks ago
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Philippines to isolate returning peacekeepers for Ebola checks, worries about public reaction

The 21-day quarantine, on a navy-run island at the mouth of Manila Bay, was in line with World Health Organisation protocols and with government's drive to remain Ebola free, military chief General Gregorio Catapang said. The death toll ...
 Angola Press1 week ago US troops to be quarantined upon Liberia return  RTE Online1 week ago

Safe burial protocol key to reducing Ebola transmission

A new World Health Organisation (WHO) protocol for safe and dignified burial of people who die from Ebola virus disease emphasizes inclusion of family members and encouraging religious rites as an essential part of safe burials. At least ...
 Get Living1 week ago Ebola & Pandemic Risk Management; first workshop for corporations to take place in London  Town Hall1 week ago
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