The World Health Organisation (WHO) has said it will unveil a response plan to deal with the current Ebola virus outbreak in west Africa
The death toll due to the Ebola virus continues to rise in West Africa and currently stands at 1,350, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said
Researchers have revealed how Ebola virus blocks the body's natural immune response, paving the way for developing a drug to treat the disease that has killed over 1,000 people in West Africa
The World Health Organisation said on Thursday it will convene a panel of experts in medical ethics next week to explore the use of experimental treatment of Ebola in West Africa
The World Health Organisation today declared the killer Ebola epidemic ravaging parts of west Africa an international health emergency and appealed for global aid to help afflicted countries
A meeting was held in Conakry, capital of Guinea, to discuss the outbreak, which has killed over 700 people so far
African coutries, Guinea, Liberia and Sierra, have reported 1,093 cases so far
International AIDS Society president Francoise Barre-Sinoussi today said six colleagues heading for a global conference in Melbourne were on a Malaysian plane that crashed over Ukraine, not 100 as reports suggested
A cheap and easy to deliver oral vaccine against cholera is 86 per cent effective in preventing the infection which causes severe diarrhea and can be fatal, researchers said today
The Global Status report on alcohol and health 2014, released by the World Health Organization states that around 30% of the total population of India consumes alcohol a year
Actress Yami Gautam attended the Polio Free Conclave 2014 in New Delhi yesterday as a guest speaker
India and 10 other Asian countries were formally declared polio-free by the World Health Organization (WHO) Thursday
India was today officially declared Polio Free by the World Health Organisation. India is one of the 11 countries in the South East Asian region which have been certified as being free of the wild polio virus
As consumers rush to protect themselves from smog that has shrouded the nation, the biggest online seller of face masks said that their stock is over
NEW DELHI: India is marking three years without any new recorded cases of polio — a feat that is expected to prompt the World Health Organisation (WHO) to declare the country polio- free in March.
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Suspected militants shot and killed a woman polio vaccinator and injured another in an attack in Peshawar city of northwest Pakistan Tuesday, prompting the World Health Organisation to suspend its vaccination campaign.
It's a shocking statistic. According to a World Health Organisation study, 35.9% of Indians suffer from some form of depression. Seema Hingorrany, India's leading clinical psychologist, psychotherapist and trauma researcher's new title, Beating the Blues, hopes to inform the reader about this fast-spreading phenomenon that is taking over society, across age groups and strata. We caught up with the expert to share about why it's important to fight the big D
About 17.3 million people die of cardiovascular diseases and 10 per cent of the deaths are due to tobacco use
The illegal trade in kidneys has become so rampant that more than one of the organs is traded every hour, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).