A new case of the deadly Ebola virus disease in Sierra Leone has "set in motion" World Health Organization (WHO)’s plan to extend test drug vaccinations to this West African country, after it stayed Ebola-free for almost three weeks...
More than 100 people have contracted typhoid fever in the past two weeks in the Yarmouk refugee camp outside the Syrian capital, Damascus, a World Health Organization (WHO) official told Sputnik on Wednesday.
Sierra Leone has not recorded a new case of Ebola in the last week, a first since the outbreak reached the country in March last year, the World Health Organization said Monday. “This is very good news but we have to keep doing this intensive working with communities to identify potential new...
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Chalk up a major win for global health: according to the World Health Organization, Africa has been free of wild cases of Polio since July. This comes down to a dedicated vaccination campaign that has advanced the continent towards zero cases. Read more...
It has been a year since the World Health Organization declared Ebola an international health emergency, and still, the survivors are greatly suffering from the aftermath. The hefty number of West Africans who were infected with Ebola virus but survived it are now suffering chronic conditions like serious joint pain and eye inflammation that can lead to blindness.
Nearly three million people displaced by the conflict in Iraq are without health services because of a significant shortfall in donor-generated funding, the World Health Organization (WHO) said in a statement on Tuesday.
The World Health Organization (WHO) released its first ever policy brief exclusively addressing HIV and AIDS among transgender people, Transgender People and HIV.
GENEVA (Reuters) - Guinea and Sierra Leone each recorded a single cases of Ebola in the past week, putting a year-end goal of ending the deadly epidemic within reach although risks remain, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday.
The world is on the verge of creating an effective Ebola vaccine, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), Xinhua reported.
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — The World Health Organization has asked the IOC to analyze virus levels in Rio de Janeiro's Olympic waters, and the governing body of world sailing says it will start doing its own independent virus tests.
The world is for the first time on the verge of being able to protect humans against Ebola, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday, as data from a trial in Guinea showed a vaccine was 100 percent effective. Initial results...Show More Summary
University of Missouri Women's and Children's Hospital has become the fourth hospital in Missouri to earn the Baby-Friendly designation from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF). Show More Summary
If you haven't heard of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, thank geography, NGOs, and government agencies like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization (WHO) for keeping the new disease in check. Show More Summary
New research has expanded on the studies that led to a fingerprick Ebola test becoming the first and only rapid diagnostic for this disease to receive approval from the World Health Organization (WHO). This test could prove vital toShow More Summary
The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that there are more than 360 million people worldwide with a disabling hearing loss, including 32 million children and one-third of people over 65 years of age. Hearing loss may result from...Show More Summary
GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday it had delivered life-saving medical supplies to the southern city of Aden in Yemen, where most health facilities are "non-functional" due to fighting and critical shortages of supplies.
On May 9, Liberia was declared Ebola-free by the World Health Organization (WHO) after 14 long months battling against the disease. With that declaration came predictions that neighboring Sierra Leone may see the end of the epidemic as well. Show More Summary
In the wake of West Africa’s Ebola crisis, an independent panel assembled at the request of World Health Organization director Margaret Chan has judged the WHO unfit “to deliver a full emergency public health response,” finding that it has neither “the capacity [nor] organizational culture” to do so. Read more...
The Screen Actors Guild is one of the most prestigious organizations in the world for actors. Those who join receive a number of benefits, including higher salaries and access to health insurance. Once you have your SAG card and work on productions approved by the organization, you will earn more than scale. Show More Summary