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Experimental Ebola drug ZMapp has cured all of the infected monkeys it was tested on, lifting hopes it could be used to fight West Africa's deadliest ever outbreak. Scientists reported the drug...
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2014/08/30 06:16
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DAKAR - The Ebola epidemic that has killed more than 1,500 people across West Africa spread to a fifth country in the region on Friday with the first confirmed case of the deadly virus in Senegal. A...
2014/08/30 05:59
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... use of device is no less harmful than regular cigarettes" The World Health Organisation (WHO) has red flagged the growing market for e-cigarettes in India, underlining that the use of the...
2014/08/30 05:46
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Washington: The Ebola outbreak sweeping through West Africa will get significantly worse before it subsides, infecting as many as 20,000 people, the World Health Organisation said, even as US...
2014/08/30 04:49
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Some workplaces are more age-friendly than others. Photo: Kerrie Leishman With increasing numbers of over-55s in the workforce, it is time to turn the spotlight on the contribution of older workers...
2014/08/29 21:29
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Nairobi — Kenya is to host a regional conference on Ebola preparedness in the second week of September, Director of Medical Services (DMS) Nicholas Muraguri announced on Thursday. The conference is...
2014/08/29 21:24
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A girls suspected of being infected with the Ebola virus has her temperature checked at the government hospital in Kenema, Sierra Leone. Photo: Carl de Souza For many US college students arriving...
2014/08/29 21:04
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A LARGE proportion of Zimbabwe’s workforce is depressed and losing hope for a better future as economic hardships bite, with companies losing out as much as $100 million yearly in productivity losses,...
2014/08/29 20:06
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The Ebola outbreak which is sweeping West Africa may have begun at a funeral in Sierra Leone, scientists believe. At least 14 women were infected with Ebola after attending the burial of a...
2014/08/29 20:06
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EXCLUSIVE: It was billed as mothers little helper but “a cup of tea, a Bex and a good lie down” turned out to be a killer prescription and new research shows kidney cancers plunged after the pain...
2014/08/29 19:56
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DAKAR: The Ebola epidemic that has killed more than 1,500 people across West Africa spread to a fifth country in the region on Friday (Aug 29) with the first confirmed case of the deadly virus in...
2014/08/29 18:49
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No smoke without fire is the line taken by the World Health Organisation on electronic cigarettes. It has recommended banning them in public places over fears they could pose a health risk. It is a...
2014/08/29 18:27
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SC notice on plea to screen travellers from Ebola-affected areas Calcutta News.Net Friday 29th August, 2014The Supreme Court Friday issued notice to the central government on a PIL seeking direction...
2014/08/29 17:37
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The drug, which has already been used to treat a small number of victims in the current outbreak, proved much more successful than expected in tests on monkeys. All 18 monkeys given the treatment...
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By touching or washing the body in preparation for the ceremony, more than a dozen women contracted the deadly virus and spread it in Sierra Leone. The disease then exploded in the country, according...
2014/08/29 16:49
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Medecins Sans Frontieres says the United Nations needs to step up and take charge to stem the Ebola epidemic and accused the West of not doing enough. The medical charity said the spread of the...
2014/08/29 16:49
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The deadly Ebola outbreak gripping West Africa has now registered a case in Senegal. A young man from Guinea has become the country’s first official victim of the virus. He has since been placed in...
2014/08/29 16:34
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Professor Peter Piot, the Director of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, speaks during an interview at his office in central London, England. Paris - Peter Piot, the Belgian...
2014/08/29 15:37
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Ebola: Liberian doctors receive 'last' of untested zMapp drug The drug was provided to the West African country "at no cost in all cases", according to the producer Mapp Biopharmaceutical, but it...
2014/08/29 15:28
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In the organised chaos of traffic in Cambodia's capital there seems to be two rules: keep going and never give way. Riding a bicycle on the chaotic streets of Phnom Penh is like running into a school...
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