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World Health Organization New Job Circular 2016

World Health Organization New Job Circular 2016 has been proudly announced by WHO Bangladesh today. Find out more on WHO Website. World Health Organization (WHO)is the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations system...
by Smartrena on Aug 28, 2016

Zika Can Also Cause Guillain-Barre – World Health Organization (WHO)

The World Health Organization has really mentioned there is strong professional contract that Zika might also cause Guillain-Barre. Health officials in the Central American nation of Honduras on Tuesday reported eight instances of newborns with micr...
by Jobs & Vacancies in Kenya on Jul 27, 2016

DIABETES - The Global Spike

"Why there’s been a dangerous diabetes spike around the globe" PBS NewsHour 4/6/2016aka 'Being more wealthy can be dangerous to your health." In fairness, I have Type II Diabetes.ExcerptSUMMARY:  According to a new study from the World Health...
by Mage Soapbox on Apr 11, 2016

Fresh Career Opportunity At The World Health Organization (WHO)

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One in five African Children Denied Access to Vaccines – Report

One in five children in Africa do not receive basic life-saving vaccines, despite the continent making great strides on immunization, the World Health Organization (WHO) said in a report Wednesday. The post One in five African Children Denied Access...
by Jobs & Vacancies in Kenya on Mar 8, 2016

BKKBN 2016 Dukung Program Pelayanan Kesehatan Lansia

PELAYANAN KESEHATAN LANSIA MELALUI POSYANDU LANSIA Keadaan masyarakat Indonesia yang beragam sangat dipengaruhi oleh perkembangan masyarakat dari usia dini.  Pemerintah telah memperhatikan kelangsungan pekembangan usia dini ini dengan mengoptimalkan...
by DuMeDPoWeR on Mar 2, 2016

What is the ICD?

By David Joel Miller. International Classification of Diseases by the WHO. The ICD stands for the International Classification of Diseases, a compilation by the World Health Organization of the various diseases and disorders that might be diagnosed.
by counseolrssoapbox on Feb 12, 2016

Is Processed Meat the New Tobacco?

While you are reading these lines, processed meat is probably being ostracized in hundreds of articles all over the Internet. A simple search for “processed meat cancer” generates no less than 2,210, 000 results from child care concern websites t...
by Bangladesh Result on Feb 4, 2016

Skin Cancer

Skin Cancer Is Skin Cancer on Your Radar? The American Academy of Dermatology estimates that one out of every five Americans will develop some form of skin cancer during their lives. Before the age of 50, the incidence of melanoma is higher in women...
by The Things Women Want on Aug 24, 2015

Why do you freaking honk?

In Vietnam, it’s pretty much the first one, and it sounds so bad on the packed roads of Saigon. Let me put the question another way. Is honking free speech or a crime? I was traveling to work this morning when the driver of a giant public bus kept...
by Vietnam Blogs on Jun 7, 2015

Argentina : Over 30,000 doctors and health professionals ask to ban Monsanto

Doctors, scientists and environmentalists in Argentina, and across Latin America, are demanding a ban on Monsanto products. Over 30,000 doctors and health professionals in Argentina are the latest to add their voice to the fight agains...
by Actualité Distincte on Apr 29, 2015

LEAVE ALCOHOL WITHOUT TELLING THE ALCOHOLIC De-addiction campaign!

LEAVE ALCOHOL WITHOUT TELLING THE ALCOHOLIC De-addiction campaign! Photos by: Kabir According to the World Health Organization, where seven billion people in the world are alcoholic, twenty million people are addicted to nicotine and nearly eight mil...
by Get Movie Info on Apr 13, 2015

5 Tips for better nutrition

Everyone deals with schedules, jobs, social lives and other things that some people believe don’t allow them the time to live their healthiest life. But the belief that we don’t have time for health is simply not valid; everyone can … Conti...

WHO Report Finds Monsanto Roundup Weed Killer a Probable Cancer Risk

Monsanto Company is an American multinational agricultural corporation headquartered in Missouri. In 1974, the company invented glyphosate, the active ingredient of its herbicide, Roundup. In the mid-1990s, Monsanto introduced genetically engineered...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Mar 21, 2015

New Cure for Psoriasis

Be Mozza Be Mozza - First Impressions Last New Cure for Psoriasis OPICAL THERAPIES — Patient adherence could {also be|is also} the most important barrier to treatment success with topical therapies; early patient follow-up (within per week of...
by Be Mozza on Jan 31, 2015

VIDEO: WHO-UNICEF Tetnus Vaccines Being Used To Sterilize 2.3 Mil Kenyan Woman! Racial Genocide?

Tetanus vaccines given to millions of young women in Kenya have been confirmed by laboratories to contain a sterilization chemical that causes miscarriages, reports the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association, a pro-vaccine organization.
by Ct Patriots Blog on Jan 3, 2015

Food Safety and Supply Chain

Last month we heard from Zintro experts about food safety, an issue responsible for an estimated 2.2 million deaths according to the World Health Organization. The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC),... Read More The post Food Safety...
by Zintro Blog on Dec 15, 2014

Sierra Leone Ebola stop to celebrate Christmas in West Africa

Sierra Leone Ebola stop to celebrate Christmas in West Africa being a today trending news. Ebola virus is spread through West Africa on the streets as soldiers in Sierra Leone will make sure that there is no Christmas cheer this year. Sierra Leone pr...
by Today Trending News on Dec 13, 2014

New Ebola Treatment Unit opens in Monrovia, Liberia

MONROVIA, Liberia, October 31, 2014/African Press Organization (APO)/ — Today a new Ebola treatment unit opens at the former Ministry of Defence compound, on the outskirts of Monrovia. This new unit adds another 200 beds to the almost 500 curre...
by Jobs & Vacancies in Kenya on Oct 31, 2014

‘Up to 50% of victims catch Ebola at funerals’ Says WHO Spokesman

Ebola is a killer – all the way to the grave. RT recently did a Q and A with World Health Organization spokeswoman Winifred Romeril. Below is what Romeril said in regards to Ebola and funerals: “It depends on which headlines you are looki...
by Funeral News Around The Web on Oct 15, 2014


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