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2014/04/24 05:22
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How Dubai Ambulance prevents Mers Coronavirus from spreading As soon as the patient has been discharged from the ambulance, the substance is applied to all equipment, clothing and interior of the...
2014/04/24 05:22
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2014/04/24 04:16
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Healthcare workers prepare isolation and treatment areas for their Ebola, hemorrhagic fever operations, in Gueckedou, Guinea. Photo / MSF/AP The World Health Organisation says 147 people have died...
2014/04/24 03:17
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The World Health Organisation has hit back against vaccine deniers who claim that immunisation is pointless, risky and the body is better off fighting disease unaided. "The impact of vaccines on...
2014/04/24 01:17
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PANCREATIC cancer stands alone as an increasingly deadly threat to both men and women in Europe, a study shows. Experts called for priority to be given to preventing and treating the disease, which...
2014/04/24 00:50
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PUTRAJAYA:The health of Kampung Bintang residents will be further monitored for another two weeks following the Middle East Respirato­ry Syndrome-coronavirus (MERS-CoV)-related death involving a man...
2014/04/23 21:39
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Bhutan has made progress in universal health coverage: WHO Paro (Bhutan), April 23 : Bhutan is one of the countries in South Asia which has made significant progress in all dimensions of universal...
2014/04/23 19:00
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In September 2012, an alert Egyptian doctor working in a Saudi Arabian hospital isolated a new human virus in samples taken from a man who had died of pneumonia and kidney failure. The virus came to...
2014/04/23 15:54
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PUTRAJAYA: The intense monitoring on the 15 pilgrims who boarded a flight with the sole victim to die from the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) recently has been extended for another two...
2014/04/23 11:21
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People who had low birth weights and those breastfed for short periods may be more likely to develop chronic inflammation linked to heart disease in adults, a study said on Wednesday. Researchers in...
2014/04/23 11:17
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VICTORIAN researchers are launching a $13 million fight against influenza that aims to create more effective vaccines and lessen the impact of an outbreak. Research led by Professor Anne Kelso,...
2014/04/23 08:29
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LAHORE: Health researchers believe that diabetes, coronary diseases, autoimmune disorders and gastric complications are on the rise while the people struggle to fight these medical conditions through...
2014/04/23 08:01
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How much sugar did you consume over the Easter weekend? The World Health Organisation has released new recommendations, suggesting sugar should only make up 5 percent of our daily food...
2014/04/23 03:53
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Drinks industry bid to ban TV cancer ad A BID to ban a North-East TV advertisement linking alcohol with an increased risk of developing cancer has failed. Balance, the North-East alcohol office,...
2014/04/22 23:52
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Tests have shown that a single jab of one of two breakthrough new drugs can slash by two thirds the number of agonising headaches patients endure. The findings could lead to far better treatment for...
2014/04/22 16:42
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Ebola virus is a lethal, highly contagious virus for which there is presently no treatment. The symptoms are somewhat non-specific, and include fever, severe diarrhea and vomiting. Between 30 and 90%...
2014/04/22 14:36
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Johannesburg - Swaziland has a higher murder rate than South Africa, and both countries have entered the UN’s top 10 for this type of crime during 2012. However, the data is skewed because nearly a...
2014/04/22 12:44
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ATHENS, Greece: Greece has recorded its first case of the potentially fatal respiratory disease known as MERS, and the patient is in critical condition. The Health Ministry says the 69-year-old Greek...
2014/04/22 12:19
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Hunger and malnutrition have historically been associated with developing countries, such as those in sub-Saharan Africa, and over-consumption with the developed world. This may once have been broadly...
2014/04/22 11:22
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Calling obesity a disease makes people 'resigned to their condition' - and encourages them to eat more In June 2013 American Medical Association defined obesity as a disease New research shows this...
2014/04/22 10:39
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Ginseng may prevent influenza New York, April 22 : You took it to enhance your sexual performance. Now a promising research indicates that popular herbal medicine ginseng can treat and prevent...
2014/04/24 05:22
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