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Yemen: the next strategic blooded quagmire
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Traditional Cooking Can Ward off Many Ailments

VELLORE: To commemorate World Siddhar Day and World Health Day a function was organised by the Tamil Nadu Parambarya Siddha Vaidya Mahasangam on Sunday which highlighted the value of traditional food and cooking methods that helps in warding off ... New Indian Express, 2 weeks ago

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Is environment paying the price for development?

Data released by the World Health Organisation shows that of the 20 most polluted cities of the world, 13 are in India. This report is based on the levels of particulate matter classified as PM2.5, i.e. particles suspended in the air that are less than 2.5 micrometers in diameter. According to the WHO, "PM affects more people than any other pollutant." The WHO factsheet on air quality and health, warns "Chronic exposure to particles contributes to the risk of developing cardiovascular and ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago India launches air quality index after New Delhi declared world's most polluted capital  Asiaone3 weeks ago India to measure air quality in world's most polluted capital  Qatar Peninsula3 weeks ago India measures air quality in world's most polluted capital  Pakistan Today2 weeks ago

Ebola Still Global Emergency Despite Big Drop in Cases: UN

LONDON: The World Health Organisation says the year-long Ebola outbreak in West Africa still qualifies as an international emergency even though the number of cases has plummeted. Last August, the UN health agency declared the epidemic of the lethal ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago Coughing Up [analysis]  Individual.com1 week ago West Africa: Stronger Health Systems Could Go a Long Way to Preventing Ebola Outbreaks  AllAfrica.com1 week ago

Biocon Recognized for Outstanding Contribution to Public Health by WHO - India

The Public Health Champion Award 2015 is a new initiative by World Health Organization-India. The awards were presented at a national consultation held to commemorate the World Health Day 2015. Ms. Rani Desai, Head of Biocon Foundation, received the ...
 Web Newswire2 weeks ago Biocon Foundation wins WHO India Public Health Champion Award 2015  PharmaBiz2 weeks ago FOCUS ON: Public transport, the vital link for public health  UITP2 weeks ago BIOCON : Foundation Recognized for Outstanding Contribution to Public Health by WHO -India  4 Traders2 weeks 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 India2 months ago

WHO calls for 'smart' syringes to stem deadly diseases

AFP | Geneva February 23, 2015 Last Updated at 19:55 IST The World Health Organisation has called on healthcare providers around the globe to switch to syringes that can only be used once in order to better battle deadly diseases spread by needle sharing. In ...
 Business Standard2 months ago WHO calls for worldwide use of 'smart' syringes  Prokerala2 months ago
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Ebola survivors ''more cautious'' during sexual contact: WHO

Johannesburg:The World Health Organisation has warned Ebola survivors to be more cautious during sexual contact to ensure the virus was not passed on to their partners. The warning follows a case of a man who was found to have contracted Ebola in ...
 Africa News Network71 week ago

Cutting the fat with bariatric surgeries

Over 60 percent of South Africans are overweight Statistics from the World Health Organisation show that more than 600 million adults across the globe are obese. South Africa is a leader in this alarming trend, with about 61 percent of the ...
 All4Women2 weeks ago Solutions to tackling obesity in Africa  AfricanSeer2 weeks ago
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WHO gives directive on caesarean sections

Accra, April 10, GNA - The World Health Organisation (WHO), says caesarean sections should only be performed when medically necessary. According the WHO, caesarean section is one of the most common surgeries in the world, with rates continuing to ...
 Modern Ghana2 weeks ago
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1.1 billion people at risk of hearing loss: WHO

The World Health Organisation also recommends that people should use personal audio devices for no more than one hour a day. Data from studies in middle- and high-income countries analysed by WHO indicate that among teenagers and young adults aged 12-35 ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago International Ear Care Day: 1.1 billion people at risk of hearing loss, warns WHO  Down to Earth1 month ago WHO highlights risk of hearing loss due to recreational noise  Himalayan times1 month ago Audio devices can make you go deaf, says WHO  Asian Age1 month ago
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