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WHO using Indian polio network to support Mission Indradhanush

The World Health Organisation (WHO) is utilising Indias existing polio network to support the governments ambitious Mission Indradhanush as well as other routine immunisation strengthening programmes. For the purpose, more than 300 medical officers of WHO ... Deccan Herald, 1 month ago

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Beware of animal diseases as biological weapons, health experts say

PARIS, June 30 The World Health Organisation, animal health and national defence officers called on Tuesday for wider international cooperation to avoid the spread of animal diseases that could be used as biological weapons. Sixty percent of human ...
 Reuters UK1 day ago Probiotic to fight obese tendencies  Financial Express Bangladesh4 days ago Customs and vet services join forces on animal health  Animal Pharm News1 week ago
Irish Independent

Pakistan, Canada, WHO to collect information for disabilities

ISLAMABAD (NNI): According to World Health Organization (WHO), over a billion people or around 15% of the world\\'s population have some sort of disability, whereas the prevalence of disability in Pakistan is estimated by the Population Census 1998 ...
 Frontier Post2 days ago Keep calm & do yoga Health & Wellbeing  Irish Independent3 days ago Building and bonding  Deccan Chronicle4 days ago Research shows we are switching to healthier foods  Irish Catholic1 week ago
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Lindane can Cause Cancer: Warning to Indian Consumers

KOCHI: The findings of the specialist panel of the World Health Organisation (WHO) that pesticide Lindane can cause cancer is a warning to the Indian consumers who may be still using anti-lice shampoo with Lindane content, experts warn. Until it ...
 New Indian Express6 days ago WHO's agency confirms insecticide causes cancer  The Guardian Nigeria6 days ago WHO re-classifies Agent Orange herbicide as 'carcinogenic'  EurActiv.com2 days ago Prevention and screening of cancers  New Era2 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

Drumstick tree: The easiest way to purify drinking water?

The World Health Organisation estimates that lack of access to clean drinking water causes 1.6 million deaths each year, mostly from diarrheal and parasitic diseases. Because of this, importing disinfecting chemicals is a priority for many ...
 Deccan Chronicle6 days ago
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World Health Organisation: One of the most widely used weed killers 'possibly' causes cancer in humans

(Reuters) A widely used farm chemical used as a key ingredient in a new herbicide developed by Dow AgroSciences possibly causes cancer in humans, a World Health Organisation research unit has determined. The classification of the weed killer, ...
 Business Insider Australia1 week ago One of world's most used weedkillers 'possibly' causes cancer, World Health Organisation says  NigerianHerald.com1 week ago

WHO urges India to step up vigil on MERS

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has urged India to step up vigil and review preparedness for a possible attack by Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS CoV) disease, few days after the virus got confirmed in Thailand. WHO (South-East Asia ...
 Asian Age1 week ago

Shocking - Contaminated Food Kills Over 2 Million People Every Year

As per a study conducted by World Health Organisation, over 2 million people die every year due to consumption of contaminated food and water globally. It causes more than 200 types of diseases ranging from diarrhoea to cancer. Source: World Health Organisation ( What causes food borne diseases? Food borne diseases can prove to be extremely fatal if not paid attention to. The bacteria, virus, parasites and ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Nigeria: 'Three Pills and a Gel', Saving the Lives of Women, Babies

The World Health Organisation (WHO) explains postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) to mean excessive bleeding after delivery and is responsible for nearly one quarter of deaths recorded among pregnant women worldwide. With only about two percent of the ...
 AllAfrica.com2 days ago 'Three Pills and a Gel', Saving the Lives of Women, Babies  Individual.com1 day ago
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ShangRing prequalifies under WHO safety standards

World Health Organisation (WHO) has pre-qualified ShangRing, a voluntary male circumcision device, which can reduce men's risk for HIV infection. The disposable device can eliminate the use of sutures during surgical procedures, thereby turning ...
 Medical Devices Business Review6 days ago WHO approves Chinese circumcision device  Prokerala2 weeks ago New male circumcision device that involves minimal bleeding, approved by WHO  Odisha Samaya5 days ago WHO approves new male circumcision device  Times of India6 days ago
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