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Coronavirus Pandemic

WHO Maintains The Coronavirus Origin No Lab Manipulation, Silence On Accidental Leak

The World Health Organization, through its spokeswoman Fadela Chaib, maintained that the novel coronavirus came from animals in China as suggested by all data it reviewed regarding the matter.

Trump

WHO Regrets Trump’s Budget Halt Amid The Worldwide Pandemic

The United States has been a longtime friend who was generous to the World Health Organization but the organization could only hope that the country will remain to be a friend.

Combat

Jeff Bezos, WHO Team Up To Fight Against The Invisible Enemy Coronavirus

Amazon chief executive officer Jeff Bezos and the director general of the World Health Organization are sharing knowledge about how to combat the COVID-19 pandemic

Bad

WHO says Depression is Top Cause of Ill Health Worldwide

Depression is also an important risk factor for suicide, which claims hundreds of thousands of lives each year.

WHO Comments Bird Flu Virus in China.

WHO says China need not Panic Over Bird Flu Epidemic

The World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday ruled out the possibility of an immediate bird flu epidemic in China as it claimed that the sustained human-to-human transmission of H7N9 virus remains relatively low.

Deadly

WHO lists 12 Deadliest Antimicrobial Resistant Superbugs that Must be Overcome by New Antibiotics

The list specifically highlights the threat of gram-negative bacteria resistant to multiple antibiotics

Approximately 40 countries, including some in Europe, have reported new outbreaks of bird flu.

Bird Flu Outbreak in China Sparks Concern Amid Lunar New Year Celebrations

A spate of human deaths due to bird flu in China has sparked concern from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

mosquitoes

Yellow Fever Outbreak in Brazil Prompts a State of Emergency

A public health emergency was declared on Friday in the Minas Gerais State of southeastern Brazil following an outbreak of yellow fever, with at least 10 people alleged killed and around 100 cases reported.

A woman covers her mouth and nose as a protective measure against the smog

October Smog Analysis Still Worrying, China's Environmental Ministry

As smog fills the air in the Northern Regions of China, a report by the Ministry of Environment released on Monday indicates that there was a fall rather than an increase in the county's smog condition by the end of October.

Visitors Pay Respects At AIDS Memorial In San Francisco On World AIDS Day

HIV, AIDS Cases Among College Students in China on Rise

HIV/AIDS cases among college students in China have increased in the recent years, with majority involving gay men, based on a report in the People's Daily.

Mosquito control inspector uses a Golden Eagle blower to spray pesticide to kill mosquitos.

China Among Countries That is Likely to House Zika Virus

China is among a group of countries that are more likely to be a hot-bed for the Zika virus, according to research.

Who Warns China.

WHO Warns That Overburden Hospitals Cannot Meet Health Needs of China’s Aging Population

The World Health Organization (WHO) on Saturday expressed concerns about China's overburden hospitals, claiming that they are incapable of coping with the sporadic rise in diseases linked to the country's fast-ageing population.

Center For Disease Control Launches Program For AIDS Testing At Drugstores

WHO, UN Urge China to Better Safeguard Confidential HIV Status

The World Health Organization (WHO) and the Joint United Nations Programme has called on the Chinese government to increase the security of health information for people with HIV.

Thailand has the most efficient and praised HIV prevention system in the modern world.

WHO Certifies Thailand for Eliminating Mother-Child HIV Transmission

The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced Thailand as the first country in Asia to eliminate HIV transmission from a pregnant woman to her child.

Brazil continues to battle against the Zika Virus as the Olympics comes to Rio later this year.

More Than 100 Scientists Support Moving Rio Olympics due to Outbreak of Zika Virus

Despite the World Health Organization's (WHO) rejection of calls to move or postpone the Rio Olympics 2016 due to the Zika Outbreak, more than 100 leading scientists believe that hosting the games would be 'unethical' due to health risks.

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