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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......

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......

Study finds no link between cell phone use, cancer

The World Health Organisation's study on links between mobile phone use and certain types of brain cancer has proved inconclusive.The researchers said that even though there could be possible......

WHO issues fresh guidelines on swine flu

Issuing a new set of guidelines for the use of drugs against swine flu, the World Health Organisation has said otherwise patients with uncomplicated illnesses do not need to take antiviral drugs.......

Pune firm gets $2 million to develop H1N1 vaccine

The World Health Organisation has given $ 2 million to a Pune based vaccine making firm to develop and manufacture swine flu vaccine. "WHO has given two million dollars to Serum Institute of India......

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......

'Killer' tobacco companies that are making billions

The World Health Organisation estimates that tobacco caused 5.4 million deaths in 2004 and 100 million deaths over the course of the 20th century. Similarly, the United States Centers for Disease......

Aurobindo's drug in WHO list

Aurobindo Pharma Ltd on Monday said its product Nevirapine tablets 200 mg, has been included by World Health Organisation in its pre-qualification list. Nevirapine is a key anti-retroviral in the......

Ranbaxy AIDS drugs back in WHO list

The UN health agency -- World Health Organisation -- on Friday said it has reinstated seven Indian-made generic drugs to its list of approved HIV/AIDS medicines for use in developing countries......

WHO drops 3 Ranbaxy AIDS drugs

World Health Organization on Thursday said that three AIDS drug manufactured by Ranbaxy Lab would be removed fromits list of prequalified products for being non-compliant with international......

India ready to defend World Cup, declares Tendulkar

Australia Prime Minister Tony Abbott (second left) and former cricketers Sachin Tendulkar, Adam Gilchrist and Brett Lee with the Cricket World Cup trophy during an event organised by the......
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AFL Australia Presents $2,000 Grant to Disability Sport & Recreation

The AFL grant will provide assistance with the production of sports wheelchairs designated for the program's activity components and aid in efforts... ...

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BJP led Govt's Budget Serves the Corporates, Burdens the Common People

The following are the statements issued by various mass organisations on the annual budget 2015-16: Deception & Loot on Common People, says... ...

http://peoplesdemocracy.in/2015/0308_pd/bjp-led-govt%E2%80%99s-budget-serves-corporates-burdens-common-people
Long-distance running is new golf of corporates

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Long-distance running has become a part of corporate culture, with the top management of many companies... ...

http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Delhi/longdistance-running-is-new-golf-of-corporates/article6964737.ece?ref=tpnews
How Dabur is embracing technology and tapping young leaders to woo new customers

A stroll along the banks of the Rapti river in eastern UP's Gorakhpur town is one thing. Taking a business call on the mushrooming beauty parlors... ...

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/magazines/corporate-dossier/how-dabur-is-embracing-technology-and-tapping-young-leaders-to-woo-new-customers/articleshow/46464140.cms
Govt plans to light up social media with anti-tobacco campaign

NEW DELHI: With an increasing number of youth and women consuming tobacco products, the health ministry is now planning a campaign on social media... ...

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