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South Africa may have progressive road safety laws, but it's failing dismally in enforcing them, a World Health Organisation (WHO) study has found. The 2013 Global Status Report on Road Safety shows that South Africa is one of only 28 countries ...Daily News South Africa, 18 hours ago SA traffic cops lax - study IAfrica.com, 2 days ago WHO: 'SA road laws inefficient' Wheels24, 1 day ago Poll finds traffic police ineffectual The Herald Online, 1 day ago
The Friends of Boat Club Area Walkers got together on World Hypertension Day on Thursday for a health check up, screening and awareness class. The programme saw over 80 people being screened for blood pressure, high body mass index and blood sugar.New Indian Express, 4 days ago Prevention, control of non-communicable diseases top agenda as World Health Assembly begins The Guardian Nigeria, 6 days ago Tata Salt Lite paves the way to a healthy lifestyle on World Hypertension Day Tata Group, 6 days ago Wake up! Hypertension can affect kids too Deccan chronicle, 1 month ago
THE EDITOR: World Family Doctor Day was proclaimed in Cancun, Mexico in 2010 by WONCA, the World Organisation of National Colleges and Academies of Family Medicine (short name The World Organisation of Family Doctors). The first World Family Doctor ...Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday, 2 days ago How To Beat Hypertension, By Experts The Guardian Nigeria, 4 days ago Doctors spread awareness on World Hypertension Day New Delhi Pioneer, 5 days ago Experts give tips for prevention of hypertension The Hindu, 1 month ago
The World Health Organisation today revised up the death toll from the SARS-like corona virus from 18 to 20 worldwide, but said the two additional fatalities in Saudi Arabia were old cases.Business Standard, 1 week ago 'No Travel Restrictions' in Saudi Arabia Despite SARS-like Virus Med India, 1 week ago No travel measures despite Saudi SARS-like virus toll: WHO Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has confirmed that four more people have died from H7N9 virus, the new strain of bird flu in China. According to a written statement issued by WHO, the death toll has rose to 36 from a total number of 131 ...International Business Times Canada, 3 days ago Bird flu death toll rises in China Indonesia Media, 2 days ago Death toll from new bird flu in China rises to 36 World Bulletin, 3 days ago China reports three new bird flu deaths, toll hits 355 DNA, 1 week ago
In France, two confirmed cases of the new SARS-like virus were recorded at the weekend. The World Health Organisation called on people to stay calm and not overburden hospitals for fear of the deadly virus to allow for proper treatment of those actually ...Med India, 1 week ago WHO calls on France to stay calm amid SARS-like virus scare Business Standard, 1 week ago
The World Health Organisation on Thursday announced a $ 400 million programme to combat a resistant strain of malaria that has emerged in South-east Asia in recent years. The programme, whi...The Hindu, 3 weeks ago Health agencies warn of global tuberculosis threat IBN Live, 2 months ago India houses one-fifth of global drug-resistant TB cases Deccan Herald, 1 month ago Drug-resistant TB may spread widely: WHO Asian Age, 2 months ago
World Health Organisation appreciated the successful implementation of health programmes, particularly anti-polio and immunisation campaigns, in Bihar.Economic Times, 1 month ago WHO Praises Bihar Immunisation Campaign Outlook, 1 month ago No polio in Tamenglong any more Dr Namjupou E Pao!, 2 months ago
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has removed India from the list of countries with active endemic wild poliovirus transmission. In written reply to a question in the Rajya Sabha, Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare Abu Hasem Khan Choudhury said ...Sify, 2 weeks ago
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