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WHO Declares Coronavirus a Global Health Threat

By Lisa Schlein GENEVA - For the third time in one week, a World Health Organization Emergency Committee will meet to decide whether the new coronavirus...

WHO Aims to Make Breast Cancer Treatment Affordable

The World Health Organization (WHO) announced Wednesday that it had for the first time approved a "biosimilar" medicine — one derived from living sources...

WHO Might Declare Congo’s Ebola Outbreak an International Health Emergency

A top Red Cross official says he's "more concerned than I have ever been" about the possible regional spread of the Ebola virus in...

Owning a Dog may help Older Adults to be more Active: Study

The study highlighted that pet ownership may help older people achieve higher levels of physical activity The study showed that dog owners aged...

New Ebola Outbreak in Congo

May 14, 2017: The World Health Organization says the Democratic Republic of the Congo is again facing an outbreak of the contagious and deadly...

Obesity leads to 13 types of Cancer, including that of Pancreas and Esophagus: Study

New Delhi, April 20, 2017: Obesity leads to 13 types of cancer, including that of pancreas and esophagus, as fat cells affect the processes that...

World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates suggest 300 Million people suffer from Depression

United Nations, April 1, 2017: More than 300 million people are living with depression, according to the latest estimates from the World Health Organisation...

Bidi industry to participate in WHO FCTC COP7 Conference to highlight issue of counterfeit Bidi Trade in India

New Delhi, October 7, 2016: The All India Bidi Industry Federation (AIBIF) on Friday sought permission from WHO and the government to participate in...

Building Community Toilets cannot counter open defecation in Rural India: WHO

Sept 21, 2016: A new World Health Organisation (WHO) report concludes that more than half of the Indian population still "continue to defecate in...

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