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MERS Claims 81 Lives in Saudi

WHO, others dismiss Ebola cure claims

• Saudi sacks health minister over MERS • How 2015 may affect anti-polio crusade THE World Health Organisation (WHO), Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) and the Ministry of Health of Guinea Wednesday dismissed claims that eating raw onions ... The Guardian Nigeria, 1 hour ago
MERS Claims 81 Lives in Saudi MedIndia, 10 hours ago

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WHO hits back at anti-vaccine deniers

The World Health Organisation hit back today against vaccine deniers who claim that immunisation is pointless, risky and that the body is better off fighting disease unaided. "The impact of vaccines on people's lives is truly one of the best things ...
 Business Standard9 hours ago

Mobiles don’t cause cancer, claims Indian born US doctor

NEW DELHI: Almost a year after World Health Organisation panel added cellphones to a list of things that are “possibly carcinogenic”, Indian born American physician and Pulitzer Prize winner Dr Siddhartha Mukherjee has said that the “preponderance of ...
 Deccan chronicle1 day ago Address vector-borne diseases: WHO  Business Standard2 weeks ago Mumbai: WHO launches campaign against vector borne diseases  NDTV3 weeks ago NAMHHR raises concerns over maternal health  New Kerala1 month ago
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'Country needs more health volunteers than doctors'

United Nations-World Health Organisation Regional Advisor (retd) Derek Lobo has said that to enhance the health sector in the country, India needs more health volunteers than doctors. "India has 360 medical colleges producing 40,000 doctors annually. Still, ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago Fear of polio virus: India, Georgia place curbs on Pakistanis  The Express Tribune2 days ago Rotary International Celebrates India's Polio-Free Status  Afaqs1 week ago Dabbawalas campaign to raise awareness  Asian Age2 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

UN attacks biting bugs that spread diseases

Nobody likes mosquitoes, and the World Health Organisation blames them for an array of diseases that kill a million people each year and threaten the health of half the world's people. On World Health Day, WHO's executive director Jacob Kumaresan took aim at ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Nairobi-Nakuru highway among world's deadliest  Daily Nation3 days ago Ludhiana, Kanpur among world's top 10 most polluted cities  Business Standard1 month ago WHO recommends halving daily sugar intake in fight against obesity  Hindustan Times1 month ago
Bahrain News Agency

SCW marks World Health Day

Manama, Apr. 20. (BNA) The Social Committee at the Supreme Council for Women (SCW)'s Secretariat-General organised an awareness-raising event marking the World Health Day, in the presence of SCW's Secretary General Hala Al Ansari. The Nutrition ...
 Bahrain News Agency3 days ago Kenya: 'Pocket' Opticians Could Change Kenyan Eye Care  AllAfrica.com2 days ago Comcare joins world safety at work day  PSNews2 days ago First World Steel Safety Day Set for April 28  Modern Steel Construction6 days ago
African Union

African health ministers summit ends, adopts six agenda

• Blame rise in chronic diseases on tobacco, alcohol, others THE first Ministers of Health meeting jointly organised by the African Union Commission (AUC) and the World Health Organisation (WHO) ended Sunday in Luanda, Angola with the adoption ...
 The Guardian Nigeria3 days ago First African Ministers of Health Conference Jointly Convened by the African Union Commission and the World Health Organisation, Luanda, Angola  African Union6 days ago World Asthma Day conference to highlight asthma control  MaltaToday6 days ago Gambia African Ministers of Health Meet in Angola  Big News Network1 week ago

Ebola outbreak death toll rises

The current Ebola outbreak in West Africa has killed more than 140 people, the World Health Organisation said. The Ebola disease causes a high fever and internal and external bleeding. There is no cure and no vaccine and it has a high fatality ...
 Times of Malta1 day ago Ebola outbreak death toll in West Africa over 140  Zee News1 day ago Ebola death toll in West Africa over 140  Channel Africa12 hours ago West Africa Ebola outbreak kills more than 140  ENCA1 day ago

WHO urges global push to treat hepatitis C

The World Health Organisation today called for a dramatic increase in screening and treatment of hepatitis C, saying higher demand would help drive down the cost of drugs for the disease. Most of the 185 million people chronically infected with the ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago WHO joins clamour to make new hepatitis C pills affordable  DNA2 weeks ago

Striving for a polio-free world

The polio-free certification given by the World Health Organisation to its 11-nation South-East Asia Region, which includes India, has become a beacon of hope at a time when there is much to be gloomy about in terms of ridding the world of a virus that has ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago India certified as polio free by WHO  Business Standard3 weeks ago WHO declares south east Asia poliofree  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago Polio threatens children anywhere until eradicated globally  Business Line1 month ago
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