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WHO provides lifesaving health care services to displaced population
To increase access and strengthen the capacity of emergency lifesaving health care services focusing on outbreak response for epidemic-prone and vaccine-preventable diseases, World Health Organization (WHO) has been procuring, storing and distributing medical emergency kits to support humanitarian response in South Sudan.
WHO warns measles cases have jumped 50%
The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that efforts to halt the spread of measles are ‘backsliding’, with case numbers worldwide surging around 50 percent last year.
WHO, vaccine group back 'critical' cervical cancer shots
A vaccine given to girls to protect them against a virus that causes cervical cancer is a ‘critical’ health tool and access to it should be scaled up as swiftly as possible, especially in poorer countries, cancer experts said on Monday.
Ebola spreads to high-risk area of Congo – WHO
Democratic Republic of Congo’s Ebola outbreak has spread southwards into an area with high security risks, the World Health Organization said.
Migrants need better access to healthcare in Europe: WHO
Europe must guarantee migrants better access to health care, the World Health Organization urged Monday in its first report on the health of new arrivals to the old continent, where accessibility varies broadly.
WHO to launch Asia-Pacific environment-health center in Seoul
The World Health Organization (WHO) will open a regional environment and health center in Seoul in May to identify environmental and health risks and provide advice to governments in the Asia-Pacific region, the South Korean environment ministry here said Tuesday.
Study: China could lift life expectancy by nearly three years if it meets WHO smog standards
China could raise average life expectancy by 2.9 years if it improves air quality to levels recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO), according a new study from a US research group.
WHO: Road accident deaths swell to 1.35m each year
Road accidents kill someone every 24 seconds, with a total of 1.35 million traffic deaths around the world each year, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday, demanding global action.
WHO says spread of polio remains international health emergency
The spread of polio must still be classified as a public health emergency because, while progress has been made towards wiping out the disease, that progress is fragile, the World Health Organization (WHO) said.
WHO envoy to Iran highlights commitment to serve vulnerable in time of conflicts and sanctions
Representative of World Health Organization (WHO) in Iran Dr. Christoph Hamelmann, by attending a three-day (November 14-16, 2018) international congress on ‘Health for Peace’ in Shiraz, highlighted the organization’s mission to promote health and keep the world safe by serving, particularly, the vulnerable in time of conflicts and sanctions.
WHO report cautions against antibiotics overuse worldwide
The World Health Organization (WHO) unveiled the first global report on antibiotic consumption for human health, warning particularly against the danger of overuse of antibiotic medicines.
WHO: Israel prevented 763 Palestinian patients from leaving Gaza in Sept.
Israel prevented 763 Palestinian patients from leaving the occupied Gaza Strip for medical treatment in September, reported the World Health Organization (WHO).
Australian who encouraged wife's suicide jailed in landmark case
An Australian man was sentenced to 10 years in jail for encouraging his wife's suicide, in a case believed to have set a global precedent.
Air pollution is the ‘new tobacco’, warns WHO head
Air pollution is the ‘new tobacco’, the head of the World Health Organization has warned, saying the simple act of breathing is killing seven million people a year and harming billions more.
Who am I? Hunt for heritage drives Chinese to DNA tests
Chinese executive, Miao Qing, spitted into a specially designed container, destined for a lab where her saliva will be analyzed and sequenced, offering an insight into her genetic makeup and — more importantly — her ancestry.

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