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Jun 27, 2019
WHO, UNICEF join hands with local authorities for polio vaccine campaign in SomaliaFifteen children have died in Somalia and the virus is spreading to the neighbouring state of Ethiopia.
Jun 04, 2019
Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte sparks outrage after claiming 'beautiful women cured him of being gay'Philippines Rodrigo Duterte is notorious for his foul-mouthed speeches that include insults, threats to perceived enemies and references to rape that he casts as jokes.
May 28, 2019
Compound found effective in killing superbug bacteria causing pneumonia, UTIsMultidrug-resistant pathogens are responsible for millions of resistant infections annually.
May 23, 2019
People using e-cigarettes are 95 percent more likely to quit smoking: StudyThe study involved almost 19,000 people in England who had tried to quit smoking in the preceding 12 months
Apr 14, 2019
Over 120 people killed, nearly 600 wounded in Libya since violence escalated in Tripoli, says WHOLibya has been in turmoil since the NATO-backed overthrow of dictator Moamer Kadhafi in 2011, which has led to the creation of a bewildering array of militias all seeking to take control.
Apr 10, 2019
India trade ministry says no legal basis for imposing ban on e-cigarettesHalting imports of e-cigarettes into India will be against multilateral commitments with WHO.
Mar 21, 2019
Deaths due to 'mystery fever' in Uttar Pradesh's Bareilly give Opposition ammunition ahead of Lok Sabha electionThis mystery fever in Uttar Pradesh is compelling ammunition for the Lok Sabha election, especially as it follows the deaths of several children at a Gorakhpur hospital last year.
Mar 20, 2019
WHO calls for a central registry of all gene editing research conducted worldwideA Chinese scientist last year claimed to have edited the genes of twin baby girls.
Mar 16, 2019
Measles Vaccination Day: What you should know about MR, anti-vaxxer trend in IndiaParents around the world are refusing to give their kids preventive vaccines based on a myth.
Jan 11, 2019
Centre launches anti-pollution programme in more than 100 cities; experts critical of plan for lack of framework to curb toxicity levelsIndia on Thursday launched a program to rein in dangerous pollution levels in more than a hundred cities that the government said it expected to improve air quality significantly.