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Cigarette smoking costs $1 trillion annually says WHO; India has second-largest number of smokers
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Tobacco control measures found to be cost-effective, says WHO ...

A report from the National Cancer Institute in the US and the World Health Organisation has found that tobacco control measures are highly cost-effective, but under-used in some countries. The report also states that tobacco control doesn't harm ... Cancer Research UK, 1 week ago

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More Nations Adopt IPV's Fractional Dose Against Polio

The World Health Organisation (WHO) expressed happiness over the adoption of fractional doses of Inactivated Polio Vaccine (IPV) by South East Asian countries to ensure continued protection of children against all types of polio viruses. More and ...
 MedIndia1 week ago WHO happy as more nations adopt IPVs fractional dose against polio  Weekly Voice1 week ago

World Health Organisation report estimates 8 million tobacco-related deaths by 2030!

Geneva: Since time immemorial, tobacco has been known for its harmful effects on our health and has been linked to diseases like cancer as well as death. According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), cigarette smoking is ...
 ZeeNews.com1 week ago Smoking costs $1t, to kill 8m a year, study says  Pakistan Observer1 week ago 6m People Die Annually Due To Tobacco Use WHO  Leadership1 week ago We will finance only NAFDAC-certified products BoI week ago

Control of Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products Best Way to Curb Health Burden

With 80 percent of the world's smokers living in the lower middle-income countries, World Health Organization and the US-based National Cancer Institute said that control of illicit trade in tobacco products is the key policy to reduce tobacco use ...
 MedIndia1 week ago 'Contolling illicit tobacco best way to curb health burden'  News Track India1 week ago Contolling Illicit Tobacco Best Way to Curb Health Burden  News18.com1 week ago
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Minister Philpott to take part in the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development Health Policy Forum and Health Ministerial Meeting

OTTAWA, Jan. 13, 2017 /CNW/ - Countries around the world are facing many shared health care challenges, such as demographic changes and the accompanying rise in chronic disease, the need to effectively manage new technologies, and the urgency of ...
 TickerTech.com1 week ago Big spike in bird flu cases raises concerns at World Organisation for Animal Health  Farming UK1 week ago IDT launches new Americas division  Pig World - UK1 week ago GOVERNMENT OF CANADA : Minister Philpott to take part in the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development Health Policy Forum and Health Ministerial Meeting  4 Traders1 week 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 months 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 Herald2 months 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 Herald2 months 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 month ago

Smoking of hookahs to be monitored as part of anti-tobacco move: WHO FCTC

Aiming to curb consumption of tobacco among the youth at an early stage, the World Health Organisation Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) has urged its 180 member nations to monitor waterpipe (Indian hookah) tobacco use through a national ...
 Prokerala2 months ago
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