Tag : world health organization

Workers fumigate the Sambadrome ahead of Carnival celebrations in Rio de Janiero, Brazil, on Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016.

Pregnancy  31 January '16

Zika Virus Outbreak Update: Zika Could Be A Greater Problem Than Ebola, Experts Say

The Ebola virus outbreak that killed thousands of people was very scary. Learn why the Zika virus outbreak might even be scarier.

Relaxed woman

Health/Nutrition  26 January '16

5 Easy Morning Routines To Improve Your Life

Here are few easy ways to have a better year!

obese or overweight children

Parenting  26 January '16

Overweight Kids Under Five In The Developing Countries Doubled Since 1990

World Health Organization has issued a report and revealed that the number of overweight or obese children has doubled over the last 10 years.

Baby

Parenting  26 January '16

Scientists Develop New Method For Determining If A Baby Was Born Prematurely With Just A Drop Of Blood

The child's metabolic profile can help doctors estimate the child's gestational age.

Asian Tiger Mosquito

Health/Nutrition  28 December '15

Sanofi Pasteur Developed Dengvaxia: The First Vaccine For The Prevention Of Dengue

A new vaccine is developed by Sanofi Pasteur for the prevention of the fastest growing mosquito-borne disease all over the world.

Asian Tiger Mosquito

Health/Nutrition  11 December '15

Dengvaxia, World's First Dengue Vaccine, Gets Mexican Approval -- What You Need To Know

The first vaccine for dengue has been approved in Mexico. The vaccine, called Dengvaxia, is produced by global healthcare leader Sanofi and has been tested on 29,000 patients all over the world, Al Jazeera reports.

California Department of Public Health Calls E-Cigarettes A Health Threat And Calls For Regulation

Health/Nutrition  10 November '15

Teen Use of E-Cigs Leads To Breathing Problems

This latest study on e-cigarette use was conducted among 45,000 teenagers in Hong Kong.

Berlin Hospital Prepares For Possible Ebola Cases

Health/Nutrition  1 August '15

Ebola Vaccine 100% Effective During Trial Phase?

Is this the answer to West Africa's outbreak?

Air pollution

Health/Nutrition  17 October '13

Air Pollution Officially Considered Carcinogenic by Cancer Research Body

Cancer is largely caused by air pollution, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) in France, part of the World Health Organization, said in a report released Thursday.

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