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Africa 'Polio Free' campaign gains momentum
Biz Community

Africa 'Polio Free' campaign gains momentum

MSD, known as Merck & Co in the United States and Canada, has added its voice to the World Health Organization (WHO) campaign to promote the use of vaccines against some of the world's deadliest diseases, and for countries to strengthen immunisation ... Biz Community, 1 day ago
The Hindu

Fighting diseases: one shot at a time

Immunisation averts three million deaths annually: World Health Organisation It was a historical moment for India when in 2014, World Health Organisation declared India as a polio-free nation. From 2011 to 2014, India had reported no polio (which ...
 The Hindu3 days ago World's single largest vaccine alert programme gets one million registrations in India  PharmaBiz2 days ago [World Immunisation Week] Closing the immunisation gap  Biz Community4 days ago World Immunisation Week 24 to 30 April 2016  Medical Chronicle.co.za5 days ago
Blueprint.ng

Industry Marks World Day for Safety & Health at Work

Organisations worldwide are throwing their weight behind World Day for Safety & Health at Work, which this year focuses on the issue of Workplace Stress. International Labour Organization, who launched the campaign in 2003, have published a report ...
 Tomorrow's Health & Safety3 days ago World Safety Day: ILO partners FG on safe work-place  Blueprint.ng3 days ago Workplace safety fails to keep pace with industrialisation  Bangladesh Daily Star3 days ago Nigeria marks 2016 World Day for Safety and Health  Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria2 days ago
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Daily Guide Africa

WHO Improves Data Collection On Cause Of Death

The participants in a group photograph after the opening ceremony The World Health Organisation (WHO) has organised a training programme for medical doctors, health management information officers and biostatisticians, aimed at enhancing the ...
 Daily Guide Africa1 day ago Diabetes likely 7th leading cause of death by 2030: WHO  Daily Times6 days ago IBM to Create Virtual Cancer Health Advisor  EHealthNews.co.za5 days ago How the WHO’s cancer agency confuses people  Asian Age1 week ago
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Ventures Africa

#EndMalariaForGood: Malaria is not the problem, corruption is.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has announced plans to end malaria around the globe, more specifically in African countries, by 2030. The immensely ambitious end malaria drive is going to be a part of the recently launched Sustainable ...
 Ventures Africa1 day ago South Africa marks World Malaria Day  SouthAfrica.info4 days ago Malaria free Navi Mumbai  Afternoon Despatch & Courier5 days ago S/Africa committed to target of zero malaria by 2018 Officials  StarAfrica.com5 days ago
Uganda Daily Monitor

WHO approves use of new insecticide on mosquitoes

Lira. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has approved a new long-lasting insecticide, Actellic 300CS to fight insecticide resistant mosquitoes. This was announced by the deputy chief of party, Uganda Indoor Residual Spraying (IRS) project, Mr ...
 Uganda Daily Monitor6 days ago Uganda: Who Approves Use of New Insecticide On Mosquitoes  AllAfrica.com5 days ago
International Business Times India

WHO accuses Bengaluru-based Semler Research of fraud, data manipulation

World Health Organisation (WHO) has accused Bengaluru-based Semler Research of fraud and data manipulation during the clinical studies of various products, which are used in anti-HIV, anti-TB and anti-malarial medicines. Semler conducts clinical ...
 International Business Times India5 days ago
Sify

Indians eating foods that predispose them to sickness

By choice or compulsion, Indians across age groups and income categories are falling short in meeting the World Health Organisation (WHO) recommended daily intake of five servings of fruit and vegetable, a new report has revealed. In consuming only 3.5 ...
 Sify2 weeks ago

Smoking burns Rs 1.04-trillion hole in economy; WHO for large warnings

MUMBAI: The World Health Organisation has said the economic burden attributable to tobacco-related diseases is a staggering Rs 1,04,500 crore annually in the country and has pitched for large-size warnings on packs to control tobacco consumption in a ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

WHO reassures women on Zika

The World Health Organisation advised women on Wednesday on how to protect themselves from Zika, particularly if pregnant, but also reassured them that most women in areas affected by the mosquito-borne virus will give birth to “normal infants.” The ...
 Asian Age2 months ago
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