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Ban sale of loose cigarettes: Health Ministry moves Cabinet

The ministry’s move is in line with the World Health Organisation (WHO)’s framework convention on tobacco control.


Paper war on pollution

The PUC-for-fuel rule may be a good idea but how in oxygen’s name is he going to implement it in this porous giant of a city?

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Study will test survivors’ blood to treat Ebola

Dr. Ada Igonoh, a doctor who got Ebola and recovered, expects to donate plasma and recruit others for the study.

Liberia West Africa

Turn in Ebola outbreak on horizon, but faster tests needed: WHO

The World Health Organisation voiced hope the number of Ebola cases would start falling sharply early next year.

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If Ebola comes to India

The current Indian government strategy focuses primarily on government hospitals to contain and manage Ebola

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Cow’s milk can deliver AIDS drug to infants

An estimated 3.4 million children are living with HIV/AIDS, according to the World Health Organisation.


Thousands of Ebola deaths likely unreported: WHO expert

The raging Ebola outbreak has likely killed far more people than the 4,818 deaths reported by WHO, says an expert.

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Liberia West Africa

Ebola death toll rises to 4951 in 8 countries: WHO

The Ebola epidemic has killed 4,951 people out of 13,567 infected in eight countries, WHO said.

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Ebola: Nigeria’s success story has lessons for Liberia

WHO declares Nigeria Ebola-free after 42 days with no new cases, here’s why.


As WHO admits making mistakes, a look at latest Ebola developments

The World Health Organization admitted making mistakes in failing to contain the outbreak still spreading out of control in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea.

Rising spectre

Spread of Ebola in US illustrates how difficult it is to contain. Is India prepared?


Pakistan accounts for 80 per cent of polio cases: WHO

Afghanistan and Nigeria, are the other two countries where polio remains endemic.


Ebola neglected because it started in Africa: ex-UN head Annan

Annan said ‘the spread of the virus from Africa to countries overseas was only a matter of time’.


Ebola ‘unavoidable’ in Europe, but spread risk low: WHO

Ebola has killed 3,439 people in west Africa since the start of the year, according to the latest WHO toll.


Ebola cases to triple to 20,000 by Nov unless efforts raised

The current outbreak in West Africa has already claimed more than 2,800 lives and infected more than 5,800 people.