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This digitally-colorized transmission electron micrograph (TEM) depicts numerous Chikungunya virus particles, which are composed of a central dense core that is surrounded by a viral envelope. Each...
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2014/12/16 20:31
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By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter MONDAY, Dec. 15, 2014 (HealthDay News) --Taking medication for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) might reduce the risk of young patients accidentally...
2014/12/14 07:34
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REUTERSThe biggest Ebola epidemic in history has claimed thousands lives in west Africa since the beginning of the year, according to the World Health Organization. Vienna - Ebola is one of the most...
2014/12/13 19:53
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A new medical research indicates that a large number of pregnant women die because of improper healthcare in various parts of the world. The study, conducted by the World Health Organization (WHO),...
2014/12/12 22:15
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LONDON — Boosting water and sanitation investments in hospitals and clinics in low income countries is essential to reduce maternal and newborn deaths, according to research published on Friday. Many...
2014/12/12 16:26
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Photo by Katherine Streeter for NPR The trillions of microbes that live in our guts and on our skin have the power to affect our health in big ways — from stomach disorders and autoimmune diseases to...
2014/12/11 13:30
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WEDNESDAY, Dec. 10, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Exaggerated news reports about health research often can be traced back to press releases issued by universities, a new British study suggests. Improving...
2014/12/10 13:29
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Last week, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine launched the Ebola Response Anthropology Platform (ERAP), in partnership with the Institute of Development Studies and the University of...
2014/12/10 07:34
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APMalaria, a mosquito-borne parasitic disease, kills more than 600 000 people a year, and most victims are children under five living in the poorest parts of sub-Saharan Africa. London - Spraying...
2014/12/09 07:29
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Scientists from Durham University have finished their pioneering research into the prevention of malaria in Africa. The findings of more than two years’ work are published in The Lancet - the world’s...
2014/12/08 12:52
2014/12/08 12:52
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Bringing science and development together through original news and analysis Postdoc fellowships for research in agriculture, nutrition and health Tufts University’s Friedman School of Nutrition has...
2014/12/07 19:48
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Health News of Sunday, 7 December 2014 Ebola patients are missing out on basic care that could improve their chances of survival, according to a report in the Lancet medical journal. Researchers say...
2014/12/07 12:27
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In Rajasthan, a milk bank which saves lives After giving birth to her second child. a baby boy, Preeti Gameti wasn't sure whether she was happy or worried. An anemic Gameti, 27, had lost a lot of...
2014/12/03 18:21
2014/12/03 18:21
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The Belgian microbiologist who co-discovered the Ebola virus has accused the World Health Organization of dithering in reacting to the deadly epidemic and accused the international community of...
2014/12/03 10:45
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Mediterranean diet 'helps you live longer' | Irish Examiner Mediterranean diet 'helps you live longer' Wednesday, December 03, 2014 - 10:00 AM Sticking to a Mediterranean diet could be the key to a...
2014/12/03 10:39
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Half of all cancer patients in England and Wales can now expect to survive at least 10 years after diagnosis, new research has shown. Four decades ago, in the early 1970s, only a quarter of people...
2014/12/02 00:36
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GENEVA — After months of regularly delivering bad news about the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, Dr. Bruce Aylward allowed himself a broad smile Monday.The news was not uniformly good. New Ebola cases...
2014/12/01 20:28
2014/12/01 20:28
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LONDON (AP) - Two months ago, the World Health Organization launched an ambitious plan to stop the deadly Ebola outbreak in West Africa, aiming to isolate 70 percent of the sick and safely bury 70...
2014/12/01 18:07
2014/12/01 18:07
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KOTA KINABALU: Scientists from Malaysia, the Philippines, United Kingdom and Australia came together last week for a workshop at Hospital Queen Elizabeth here to review the “Monkeybar” project...
2014/12/01 16:30
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London — In the past few months huge amounts of time and energy have been spent trying to second-guess the progress of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Where will the next hotspot be? Is the...
2014/12/18 03:25
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