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Chewing tobacco bigger killer than cigarettes
DNA India

Chewing tobacco bigger killer than cigarettes

In a first, a study has been undertaken by the World Health Organisation (WHO) to estimate the global death burden due to Smokeless Tobacco (SLT). Until now, the study was limited to 120 countries, mostly South Asian. Now 133 countries have been ... DNA India, 6 hours ago

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Scottish Drugs Forum

Cardiovascular Health Positioning To Take Off In Asia Pacific

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), 17.5 million people die every year from cardiovascular disease (CVD), which accounts for 31 percent of all deaths worldwide. This makes CVD the number one cause of death globally. Some areas of Asia ...
 Asia Pacific Food Industry1 day ago World AIDS Day: World Health Organisation aims to eradicate AIDS by 2030  Mumbai Mirror5 days ago Scientific report on cannabis published may influence review by the World Health Organisation  Scottish Drugs Forum5 days ago IOM Supports Prevention of HIV/AIDS in South Sudan on World AIDS Day  Foreign days ago
Malay Mail

The Edit: Depressed people get poor care

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), depression is one of the main causes of disability worldwide, affecting some 350 million people. — AFP pic LONDON, Dec 1 — The vast majority of the estimated 350 million people worldwide ...
 Malay Mail5 days ago Most patients with depression get poor care, or none at all  Jordan Times2 days ago Health › Most patients with depression get poor care, or none at all: study  Japan Today1 day ago OPINION: Listening is the key to the future of health and care  Building Better Healthcare2 days ago

New guidance on HIV self-testing

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has released new guidelines on HIV self-testing to improve access to and uptake of HIV diagnosis. According to a new WHO progress report lack of an HIV diagnosis is a major obstacle to implementing the ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star3 days ago New guidelines can help diagnosis  Papua New Guinea National5 days ago Self-testing for HIV  All4Women5 days ago WHO roots for self-testing as it marks World Aids Day  Tanzania Citizen6 days ago

WHO finally gives nod for HIV self-testing; India takes note

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has for the first time recommended HIV self-testing in the privacy of one's home with an HIV kit, a move that may result in a breakthrough in HIV treatment by improving access to diagnosis. Though India now ...
 Domain-B5 days ago WHO proposes HIV self-test with kit, India to study move  Times of India6 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

World Health Organisation okays HIV self-testing

NEW DELHI: In a breakthrough, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has endorsed the use of self-testing for HIV, empowering people to know their HIV status in privacy. Ahead of the International AIDS Day on December 1, the WHO released new ...
 Deccan Chronicle6 days ago

Bed nets best option against malaria: WHO

Though they remind everyone of a bygone era, bed nets continue to be the best weapon against malaria, a World Health Organisation-backed research has found. A five-year investigation has unearthed fresh evidence on the effectiveness of bed nets, laced with an ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Chewing 'paan' comes with high cancer risk: WHO

The common Indian practice of chewing 'paan' (betel quid) after a meal comes with high cancer risk, the World Health Organisation has cautioned. Studies from India confirm a strong association between smokeless tobacco use (which includes betel quid with ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Just 6,000 psychiatrists for all Indians

Despite the World Health Organisation recommending one psychiatrist for 10,000 people, there are only 6,000 psychiatric professionals for a population of 1.2 billion in India. One in 10 people in the country suffers from some mental health disease. In such a ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

World AIDS Day: Why is India against HIV self-testing despite WHO advice?

If HIV tests were as easy as getting a pregnancy test, would you check once? The World Health Organisation (WHO) ahead of World AIDS Day (1 December) this year, has strongly recommended the introduction and use of self tests in the case of HIV. These tests ...
 catchnews.com1 day ago
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