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The World Health Organisation (WHO) declared Liberia Ebola-free on 9 May after the country went 42 days without a new case. More than 4,800 people in the country have died from the virus. Deputy...
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Is there a link between orange juice and SKIN CANCER? 'Citrus fruits may increase the risk of melanoma', study declares Some forms of citrus fruits were linked to deadliest skin cancer melanoma A...
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Cranberry juice may protect against killer diseases Drinking low-calorie cranberry juice cocktail may help lower the risk of chronic diseases, including heart disease, diabetes and stroke, says a...
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Now, a nanobiosensor to detect breast cancer with saliva samples Researchers in Mexico's Metropolitan Autonomous University (UAM) have developed a nanobiosensor to diagnose breast cancer at an early...
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The Dutch activist group 'Women on Weaves' delivered a package of abortion pills to Slubice, Poland from Frankfurt an der Oder, Germany via drone, Saturday, in an effort to assist women in Poland with...
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CELEBRATING your 18th birthday with a night out on the town could be a thing of the past following the state proposal to increase the drinking age to 21. This is only one of the new proposals in the...
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The World Health Organisation (WHO) explains postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) to mean excessive bleeding after delivery and is responsible for nearly one quarter of deaths recorded among pregnant women...
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... air pollution visible' campaign launched to improve UK air quality Deliver Change is aiming to bring together business and local government to tackle air pollution A new campaign plans to...
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SEOUL: South Korea on Tuesday (Jun 30) reported that one patient has died from the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), but no new cases. The number of fatalities has risen to 33, while the...
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Mediterranean vs Palaeolithic: a diet of research to feed good health ‘Mediterranean’ and ‘moderation’ were the buzz words at a recent conference on nutrition, which was told that a diet rich in both...
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Although their use is prohibited in much of the world, including the UK and the US, the Argentine pontiff will join with indigenous people in chewing on the small leaves, which, in addition to giving...
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The city is one of nine globally that are blazing a trail in finding ways to support an ageing population, says the report by the Organisation for Economic Development. The ‘Ageing in Cities’ report...
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The World Health Organisation (WHO) has reiterated its full support in helping Small Island Developing States (SIDS) address non-communicable diseases (NCDs) especially with regard to preventive...
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The surprising foods which contain MORE sugar than a doughnut revealed More sugar in a 330ml box of Vita Coco than in a Krispy Kreme doughnut Granola, yogurt and even water with a 'touch of fruit'...
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The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) has commended Nigeria for preventing Ebola Virus Disease from spreading in the country when the Liberian, the late Patrick Sawyer arrived the...
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AP'It was felt that the vaccine for 2014-15 northern hemisphere was not well matched to certain virulent types that were in widespread circulation.' Cape Town - The winter chill is making its...
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Hardly 38 per cent of births take place in designated health facilities in Kigoma Region, despite the fact that 85 per cent of the people live within a two-hour walk to a delivery care centre. World...
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Open science: the future of research? If we want to eradicate diseases in the developing world, increase innovation in the pharmaceutical industry and speed up the discovery of new medicines we need...
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Following a first stroke, older, poorer and less educated patients may have lower odds of getting clot-busting drugs to help prevent another blockage of blood to the brain, a Swedish study...
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UAE expat woman and child infected with MERS Two United Arab Emirates (UAE) expatriates - a woman and an 11-year-old child - were found infected with the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS)...
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