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Official: Hamas prevents senior UN staffer from leaving Gaza

The official said Mahmoud Daher, the Palestinian head of the World Health Organization's Gaza office, was barred from leaving Thursday. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss the incident. The ... Mail.com, 2 hours ago

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East African Standard

Did you know why there is no cancer of the heart?

Malaria, TB and HIV/Aids combined don't results in as much death in the world as cancer, that's according to the World Health Organisation (WHO). About 70 per cent of global cancer burden is in low- and middle-income countries like Kenya, where ...
 East African Standard15 hours ago Reminiscences On Prevention, Detection, Care For Cancer (I)  Naija Lately1 day ago Last updated: 09 Feb 2016Biotechnology in the news from around the world  NFU Online2 days ago GURUKUL COLLEGE OBSERVES WORLD CANCER DAY  HT Syndication3 days ago
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The World Health Organisation has advised women on how to protect themselves against the Zika virus.

Geneva/London - The World Health Organisation advised women on Wednesday on how to protect themselves from Zika, particularly if pregnant, but also reassured them that most women in areas affected by the mosquito-borne virus will give birth to ...
 IOL13 hours ago WHO advises women on Zika safety  China Daily Asia18 hours ago WHO advises women on Zika protection but no travel advisories  Reuters1 day ago Norway issues new Zika advice for pregnant women  The Local Norway9 hours ago
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China Reports 1st Case of Zika Virus

Bernhard Schwartlander, the World Health Organisation representative in Beijing , said imported cases of Zika in China are to be expected given the frequency of travel between the country and South America. It, however, said no cases of the virus ...
 Equilibrio Informativo1 day ago Liberia: Dispelling the Ebola-free myth in West Africa  South Africa News Shafaqna1 day ago Fighting Mosquitoes In Cyprus  Forces TV1 day ago LETTER: Preparations needed for Zika virus  BDlive14 hours ago
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Science Business

Natural and organic world to unite at Natural & Organic Products Europe 2016

10:48 CET With over 600 exhibiting companies from 50 countries now confirmed, Natural & Organic Products Europe trade show is set to bring the best choice of natural and organic products from around the world to London. Taking place at ExCeL ...
 MyInforms3 days ago Dutch urge greater Europe-wide action on antimicrobial resistance  Science Business10 hours ago European approach to antimicrobial resistance in health and agriculture sectors  Foreign Affairs.co.nz4 hours ago COPENHAGEN, 4th February, 2016 (WAM) — The World Health Organisation, WHO, has called on European ...  Federation of Arab News Agencies1 week ago
Irish Independent

Women in Zika-hit areas told 'cover up your skin and practise safe sex'

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has advised women in areas with the Zika virus to protect themselves, especially during pregnancy, by covering up against mosquitoes and practising safe sex. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has advised women ...
 Irish Independent19 hours ago Women urged to cover up in Zika areas  Gulf Daily News1 day ago WHO urges safe sex in Zika areas (AAP)  West Australian1 day ago WHO urges safe sex in Zika areas  Perth Now1 day ago
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NewsDay.co.zw

Govt on Zika virus alert

GOVERNMENT says it has activated its disease surveillance machinery after receiving alerts from the World Health Organisation (WHO) over the outbreak of the deadly Zika virus in South America. VENERANDA LANGA Health and Child Care deputy ...
 NewsDay.co.zw19 hours ago Zika virus: Govt intensifies surveillance  Zimbabwe Herald23 hours ago

According to the recent data presented by World Health Organisation (WHO)

Blueair, a world leader in health enhancing mobile indoor air purification technologies, today issued a call for greater public awareness about the causes and alleviation of chronic obstruction pulmonary disease (COPD). World Health Organisation ...
 Pocket News Alert.com14 hours ago

Filariasis survey under way

The Transmission Assessment Survey as per the guidelines of the World Health Organisation as part of the mission to eradicate Filariasis by 2020, is being conducted in various schools in Kozhikode district. District Medical Officer R.L. Saritha said ...
 The Hindu21 hours ago
Tech Times

World's Top Scientists Pledge To Share Zika Virus Research Findings

Zika virus, which is carried by its vector Aedes mosquito, has been linked to birth defects. The World Health Organization (WHO) declared the infections as an international emergency. (Photo : John Tann | Flickr) The emergence of Zika virus, an ...
 Tech Times11 hours ago Zika Virus A Global Health Emergency  Leadership1 day ago Zika Virus ' A Global Health Emergency  Latest Nigerian News.com1 day ago Zika forces Brazilian health workers to cancel strike  ITV.com1 week ago
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