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10 Early Symptoms Of Heart Disease That Will Help You Prepare You For The Worst

10 Early Symptoms Of Heart Disease That Will Help You Prepare ...

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), heart diseases claim 17.5 million lives every year, accounting for 31% of all the deaths worldwide! While it used to be a problem that people had to start worrying about in their 50s and 60s, today ... Indiatimes, 21 hours ago
Sagar Hospitals organise World Heart Day This Week Bangalore, 1 week ago

WHO cautions against indiscriminate use of antibiotics

Press Trust of India | Kolkata October 4, 2015 Last Updated at 08:57 IST The World Health Organisation (WHO) has cautioned that the current practice of indiscriminate use of antibiotics is increasingly leading to resistance to medicines, persistence of ...
 Business Standard2 days ago World Health Organisation cautions against indiscriminate use of antibiotics  Deccan chronicle1 day ago
Times of India

WHO changes global HIV policy

For the first time ever, the World Health Organisation wants everyone who has HIV to be offered the life-saving drugs as soon as they are diagnosed. In what is a major change in policy, the WHO on Tuesday said governments do not need to wait until ...
 Times of India5 days ago WHO backs 'treat-all' HIV drug plan  BBC5 days ago WHO backs \\'treat-all\\' HIV drug plan  Financial Express Bangladesh5 days ago
News24 | South Africa's elderly population to double by 2050 - WHO

Johannesburg -South Africa's elderly population is projected to double by 2050, according to a World Health Organisation (WHO) report released on Wednesday. According to the WHO's World Report on Ageing and Health , the proportion of South ...
 News245 days ago HIV-infected South Africans on ARVs could double  MSN South Africa4 days ago SA in grey boom by 2050  Times Live South Africa5 days ago

News in the Humanosphere: Treat patients with HIV right away, WHO recommends

The World Health Organization announced a new protocol for people with HIV. In short, patients should begin treatment immediately after testing positive. It is in line with what other countries, including the U.S., have recommended. It is no small ...
 Humanosphere4 days ago WHO's new HIV treatment guidelines aim for Aids-free world by 2030  Daily Maverick5 days ago World Health Organisation calls for treatment for all  Health-e5 days ago World Trade Organisation's challenge to Kenya and Africa  The Star (Kenya)1 week ago

Latest WHO report finds Maltese the most obese in EU

New European report by the World Health Organisation finds alarming rates of smoking, alcohol consumption and obesity, which could mean the next generation live shorter lives Malta has retained the unenviable ranking of hosting the greatest ...
 MaltaToday1 week ago WHO: Europeans 'alarmingly' obese  EUobserver1 week ago It's official: The Maltese are the fattest in all of the European Union  Malta Independent Daily1 week ago Europe’s bill of health tarred by smoking, obesity  Asian Age1 week ago

British women have second worst life expectancy in Europe

The World Health Organisation's (WHO) European Health Report 2015 found life expectancy for UK women born in 2011 stood at 82.7 years, with only women in Denmark expecting a shorter life. Men in the UK can expect to live as long as their European ...
 MSN UK1 week ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Malaria 'tamed' as death rate drops, saving millions - World Health Organisation

London: Death rates from malaria have plunged by 60 per cent in the past 15 years, meaning more than 6 million lives have been saved - the vast majority of them African children, United Nations agencies said on Thursday. The progress marked the ...
 Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago Towards eliminating malaria in Ogun  Nigeria Punch6 days ago

Indian drug firm on WHO’s notice

A major Indian supplier of tuberculosis drugs to developing countries has been severely criticised by the World Health Organisation (WHO) for inadequate manufacturing standards and poor testing procedures. The United Nations agency issued a warning letter to ...
 Asian Age1 month ago
Brunei Times

Polio kicked out in Nigeria

THE World Health Organisation on Friday took Nigeria off the list of polio-endemic countries, hailing a historic achievement more than a year after the last recorded case of the disease in Africa's most populous nation. The announcement, made in a ...
 Brunei Times1 week ago WHO takes Nigeria off global list of polio-endemic countries  The Sun Daily1 week ago WHO removes Nigeria from list of polio-endemic nations  Daily Sun1 week ago Vaccines with three types of poliovirus to be destroyed  DAWN Group6 days ago
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