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More than 1,600 people have died since August in what is the second-deadliest Ebola outbreak in history.
The virus has killed more than 190 people in the country since the outbreak was declared in August.
Micronutrients — which consist of vitamins and minerals — are essential for “development, disease prevention and the overall
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Many are to blame for the 2014 Ebola outbreak in West Africa but public health institutions reliance on private funding was key factor to the spread of the outbreak.
Has the take-up of globalisation had an impact on obesity? Lisa Oberländer Anne-Célia Disdier, Fabrice Etilé, Author provided
As a co-chair of the House TB Elimination Caucus, I remain committed to wiping out TB for good.
We can end TB once and for all. It’s just a matter of world leaders making it a priority.
It is ironic that of the three major infectious diseases, the one that has a cure is the one left behind.
Where in the world was kale when I was growing up? I don't think I even heard of it until a few years ago. Now one cannot escape it - in salads, of course, but in beverages, desserts, fried, baked.
The practice has been dubbed by many as a "social media trend," but whatever the label, the name or the assumption, one thing is certain: Brelfies carry the potential for much-needed positive change...
Although more countries have been passing laws to promote and to protect breast-feeding, the breast-milk substitutes industry continues to present a formidable challenge to achieving universal breast-feeding goals, a new report by United Nations agencies and a large advocacy group reveals.