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Deaths of 18 people in two Ondo communities have been attributed to contaminated alcohol, federal health authorities said Monday. The health ministry spoke of a "strong linkage of the outbreak with...
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People with Ebola symptoms, or who have family members showing such symptoms, wait to be admitted at the JFK Ebola treatment center in Monrovia, Liberia last year. Photo: Daniel Berehulak/NYT New...
2015/04/21 04:05
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Diagnosing the deadly malaria disease could soon be as simple as taking a breath test. Australian scientists have made the groundbreaking discovery that malaria-infected patients have higher levels...
2015/04/20 22:18
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DIAGNOSING the deadly malaria disease could soon be as simple as taking a breath test. AUSTRALIAN scientists have made the groundbreaking discovery that malaria-infected patients have higher levels...
2015/04/20 15:37
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The Guardian Series has asked each parliamentary candidate to list five reasons why they should become an MP at the General Election on May 7. Here the Green Party's candidate for Chingford and...
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A warning to those organising violence against foreigners in South Africa, the possibility that the Kenyan armed forces trained some of the young men now fighting for the Al-Shebab militia and...
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A recent report by the World Health Organisation (WHO) said that 29 percent of healthcare facilities in Nigeria do not have access to clean water and safe toilets. The report, 'Water, Sanitation and...
2015/04/20 12:33
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To a stranger, Priya and Kamal Vedi looked like a perfect match. They were an attractive couple in their early 30s, and doctors at Delhi-based All India Institute of Medical Sciences, the most...
2015/04/20 11:32
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A new study showing that low-cadre birth attendants can effectively diagnose and treat incomplete abortion in developing countries is expected to form the basis of new international recommendations...
2015/04/20 09:34
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EPAA man reads an ebola awareness poster outside the closed Medicins Sans Frontiere Ebola Treatment Unit in Paynesville, outside Monrovia, Liberia. Picture: Ahmed Jallanzo Geneva - The World Health...
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Akure — THE deaths in a remote community of Irele in Irele local government area of Ondo State were attributed to the action of six boys who broke into the shrine of Molokun, the deity of the people...
2015/04/20 07:30
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Kasane — The Member of Parliament for Chobe, Mr Ronald Shamukuni has called on law enforcement agencies to administer harsher penalties on retailers whose stores are found to be compromising standards...
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Easter Sunday signifies the day Christians celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ three days after he was crucified for the redemption of the sins of the world. To Christians, resurrection is...
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Monastir — Tunisia is willing to fully embark on the third stage of the World Health Organisation (WHO)'s Good Governance for Medicines programme, said Director of Medical Research at the Health...
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Below is the full text of Governor Olusegun Mimiko's address to the people of Ondo state over the outbreak of a strange illness that has killed no fewer than 17 people in two communities in the...
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Open Letter to MPs from Harmeet Sooden: Deployment to IraqMonday, 20 April 2015, 11:55 amPress Release: Harmeet Sooden Open Letter to Members of Parliament from Harmeet Sooden regarding the NZDF...
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2015/04/19 20:05
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An unidentified disease that killed at least 18 people in Nigeria's south is 'neither contagious nor epidemic,' a health official says. Blood tests found that all victims died of ethanol poisoning,...
2015/04/19 15:31
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The World Health Organisation (WHO) is investigating the sudden deaths of up to 18 people in south-east Nigeria. One theory being considered is that they died from pesticide poisoning. The illnesses...
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Over the past couple of decades we have seen new categories of disorder. Some of these disorders would not have been classified in a medical category years ago and were just put down to the type of...
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The recent NSW election has put the spotlight on the State Government’s prioritising of vested interests ahead of public health, according to Jude Page, NSW branch president of the PHAA. The health...
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