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DoH Secretary Enrique T. Ona said there was an 83 percent reduction in cases from 2005 to 2013 and 92 percent drop in deaths.
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THE World Health Organization is focusing on vector-borne diseases as it prepares for World Health Day next month.
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According to the World Health Organization, there were approximately 207 million cases of malaria worldwide in 2012, 627,000 of which proved fatal.
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Foldscope is a microscope contained within a single sheet of paper that allows for fast and affordable testing of diseases like Malaria, Tuberculosis, and African Sleeping Sickness in developing nations.
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It undertakes the manufacturing and distribution of active pharmaceutical ingredients, generics, and formulations.
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It is a piece of good news that has probably escaped the attention of all but those with the most vested of interests: mortality rates for some of the world's most lethal diseases are falling.
Speaking Monday at an annual conference on Africa sponsored by U.S. Sen. Chris Coons, Clinton said issues such as food insecurity, disease and resource management have to be confronted in order to improve the lives of Africans in a continent often torn by ethnic and tribal conflicts.
A: Many things can be done to help ensure a traveler's health and safety. See your healthcare provider well before your planned departure date.
New Delhi, March 10: India and the African countries should mull forming a working group to explore healthcare cooperation, stakeholders and experts said here Monday.
A woman in dies every 2 hours while giving birth. High maternal and neonatal death rates are primarily due to poor access to quality delivery and emergency obstetric and neonatal care and low use of available services.
A new study published in the Science journal has advised governments and health authorities as well as travelers wishing to visit Africa, Asia, Central and Southern America to up their proactive measures against the malaria-carrying mosquitoes as cases of the disease will multiply each year due to global warming.
Yes, this is a scary headline. Almost sounds sensational. It isn't. It is a cold hard fact.
As the saying goes, "If you want something said, ask a man. If you want something done, ask a woman."
You're about to set foot on foreign soil. Are you prepared to be there? If you've done the following, you're in good shape: 1. Fill out the emergency information page of your passport.
Raymond Akers Jr. says he was one of those "techie, nerd kids with the pocket protector."