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More than 1 million affected by Ebola outbreak: WHO

With more than one million people affected by the current Ebola outbreak in West Africa, the World Health Organisation has warned that there is "no early end in sight" to the severe health crisis......

The dangers of India's water policy

A global water report promotes privatisation narrativewhich could be disastrous for India and the world, says Gopal Krishna. Ahead of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development being......

'Indians most depressed': Govt rubbishes WHO study

The Union health ministry on Thursday rejected media reports which cited a World Health Organisation-sponsored study to claim that Indians were the most depressed in the world. After conducting a......

Mobile phones can increase cancer risk: WHO

Heavy use of mobile phones and other wireless communication devices could possibly cause cancer, the World Health Organisation has said and asked people to use texting and free-hands devices to......

Malaria kills 200,000 people in India every year!

Malaria kills more than 200,000 people in India every year, nearly 13 times higher than a 'misleadingly low' World Health Organisation estimate, a new study has claimed, but the United Nations body......

Why malnutrition, not hunger, is the problem in India

The United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organisation has worked out the cost of malnutrition to the world economy: about five per cent of its annual gross domestic product, or $3.5......

Health insurance rates across the world

Deutsche Bank has compared the insurance annual premium rates across the globe. The premium is for a basic policy for a local resident between 25-35 years.   Since the definition of a......

15 countries that drink the most alcohol

Recently, the World Health Organisation released a comprehensive report on the global status of alcohol, in order to help countries combat the harmful use of alcohol and avoid negative health and......

Swine flu: 2,000 affected

The number of people infected with the Swine flu -- A(H1N1) virus -- has topped 2,000 worldwide, the United Nations health agency has said, warning that though symptoms for the vast majority of the......

Health is exclusive wealth

How big a role should the private sector play in an economy? A chastened developed world is gradually beginning to understand the limits of unfettered private sector activity. No such doubts assail......

Protesters disrupt FIFA World Cup visit

A small group of protesters demanding more spending on health and education disrupted a visit by FIFA officials to the 2014 World Cup stadium under construction in Cuiaba on Tuesday. Dozens of......

Moscow gay athletic Games disrupted, suffers harassment

Disruption and police intrusions marred Russia's first open Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) athletic competition this week, organisers said. The five-day Russian Open Games, held the......

FIFA warn World Cup could be targeted by protests

The World Cup could be targeted again next year for demonstrations in Brazil against graft and poor public services but FIFA should not be held responsible or made a scapegoat, general secretary......

  People speak for the world health organisations world report

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Q. Rapes are committed to shatter the morale of the opposition in wars and usually are committed in every war. Why there is no movement against such atricity of war ?
:  A. From time immemorial, the violation of a woman's body is directly related to her dignity. There is no greater despicable act than s_ exual...... more

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Q. WHAT IS THE EXACT NO OF DEATH DUE TO SWINE FLU IN THE WORLD?
Josna:  A. The World Health Organisation on Tuesday said some 1,462 people have died from swine flu, and that infections were starting to decline in the...... more

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Q. Can long-term usage of cellphones cause cancer?
AWASTHI:  A. The World Health Organisation (WHO) and other health agencies conduct ongoing reviews into mobile phones, base stations and health looking at all...... more

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WFP says it needs $70 mln to feed 1.3 mln people in Ebola quarantine

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