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Washington D.C. [U.S.A], Oct. 9 (ANI): The worst Ebola outbreak ended in 2016 after infecting more than 28,000 people and killing about 11,300 people worldwide.
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Islamabad [Pakistan], June 3 (ANI): Pakistan has been elected chair of the World Health Organisation (WHO) Executive Board in Geneva, with Director General Health Dr Asad Hafeez formally assuming office as chairman of the board.
Gandhinagar (Gujarat), May 28 (ANI): A day after World Health Organisation (WHO) confirmed three Zika virus cases in Gujarat's Ahmedabad, the state Chief Minister Vijay Rupani on Sunday took cognizance of the report while assuring that the situation was under control and there is nothin
Gandhinagar (Gujarat), May 28 (ANI): With cases of Zika virus being reported from Ahmedabad, Gujarat Health Minister Shankar Chaudhary on Sunday asserted that there was no need to be worried as actions have been taken in accordance to the guidelines of World Health Organisation (WHO) and the
New Delhi [India], May 27 (ANI): The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Saturday confirmed three cases of mosquito-borne Zika virus, including a pregnant woman, in Gujarat's Ahmedabad.
Geneva [Switzerland], May 24 (ANI) :Congratulating Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, a former Ethiopian health minister for becoming the Director-General of the World Health Organisation (WHO), Union Minister J.P. Nadda said India looks forward to working with him to build a strong, resilient
New Delhi [India], Nov 15 (ANI-NewsVoir): The number of diabetics in India are likely to rise to 101 million by 2030, estimates the World Health Organisation (WHO). Countrywide, there are currently 70 million diabetics and another 80 million more in the pre-diabetes stage. Urban India sees t
New Delhi [India], Nov. 13 (ANI): As per the World Health Organisation (WHO), diabetes will be the seventh leading cause of death by 2030 and is responsible for kidney failure, amputation and blindness worldwide.
Colombo [Sri Lanka], Sept. 5 (ANI): In a remarkable public health achievement, Sri Lanka has been certified as malaria-free island country by World Health Organisation (WHO) today.