Countries in Asia Pacific commit for a malaria-free Asia Pacific by 2030. Dr Ben Rolfe, Executive Secretary of APLMA stresses Vietnam's critical leadership in the region.
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Just as it looked as if Ebola could be beaten a single new case in one country shows the fight is far from over. See new report by Doctors without Borders.
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Considerable progress has been made in different countries globally in protecting public health policy from tobacco industry interference, but certainly lot more work needs to be done.
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Nepal is in the spotlight in the South Asian region for demonstrating high commitment to tobacco control and also acting on the ground.
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WHO FCTC Article 19 sees a world where governments can protect people from harmful products like tobacco, and can recover the costs of treating tobacco-related disease from the tobacco industry
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A hard-working waiter, Brian Maixner of Wichita, Kansas, has received a tip that will change his life and give him plenty of reasons to smile.
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World master in the ancient healing technique of Reiki, Jaclyn Kalkhurst provides life changing experiences for clients in Los Angeles.
05:00 Mar 6, 2015
Sleep related laryngospasm a rare condition causes people to jump out of bed from a deep sleep, choking and unable to breathe for several seconds.
09:48 Mar 4, 2015
Consumption of emulsifiers used in many processed foods such as ice cream is related to Inflammatory Bowel Disease and other conditions.
08:40 Mar 4, 2015
Attorney General Healey has opposed the deal between Coakley and Partners and threatened legal action to stop the acquisition from going through.
14:33 Mar 1, 2015
The Global Alliance for TB Drug Development (TB Alliance) announced on February 19, 2015 the start of the first human study of a new TB drug candidate TBA-354-the first new potential TB drug to begin a Phase 1 clinical study in 6 years since 2009.
13:41 Feb 26, 2015
Sometimes there is a waste in health and medical research, says Dr Hans Lund, Chair of EBRNetwork Steering Group and a senior researcher at University of Southern Denmark.
12:49 Feb 21, 2015
Before World Cancer Day, an acquaintance succumbed to this disease within 10 months of diagnosis, and became part of the world statistics of someone dying of lung cancer every 30 seconds.
14:41 Feb 13, 2015
The tech giant will add fact-checked health information to its search results, after collaborating with doctors at the Mayo clinic.
06:49 Feb 13, 2015
The Government of India observes National Deworming Day on February 10 to control infections in children caused by Soil-Transmitted Helminths (STH) or intestinal worms.
04:29 Feb 12, 2015
Every 30 seconds, someone in the world dies of lung cancer. According to the World Cancer Report 2014, more people die from lung cancer than from any other type.
20:03 Feb 6, 2015
Pluripotent stem cells - which are cells that can develop into any other type of cell - may hold the key to a cure for baldness in humans.
05:21 Feb 6, 2015
Rand Paul has been unable to give a single example, of a vaccination problem and now says he did not actually claim vaccinations caused mental disorders.
09:03 Feb 4, 2015
The vaccine debate has reared its ugly head in the U.S.with the reappearance of measles, a disease virtually eliminated a decade ago.
08:27 Feb 3, 2015
According to a senior medical officer of the district, reason behind raise of HIV positive in Bokajan is its close proximity with certain areas of Nagaland where unhygienic and unscientific flesh trade takes place. Similar kind of prostitution is al
16:55 Feb 2, 2015