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#YearsAhead, WHO’s Instagram campaign gains momentum

It is an initiative to help people recognise the value of older people in the society and break down the stereotypes that people often associate with older age Late November, WHO had launched an Instagram campaign #YearsAhead

Union Health Minister inaugurates 38th Annual Meeting of Representatives of National Pharmacovigilance Centres

Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission to become the first WHO Collaborating Centre for Safety of Medicines and Vaccines in the WHO South-East Asia Region JP Nadda, Union Minister for Health & Family Welfare inaugurated the 38th

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WHO saying red meat’s “probably” carcinogenic gives fodder to the anti-beef agenda.

Pharmexcil organises Pharma CEOs Conclave

The theme of the conclave was 'Present Global Challenges — Preparedness of Industry'

WHO seeks investment in emergency preparedness measures

Urge countries to accelerate compliance to the International Health Regulations (2005) by building capacities to detect, report and respond to public health events The World Health Organisation (WHO) has asked South East Asia

Novartis with WHO to work together to eliminate leprosy, sign five year agreement

Novartis Foundation's new leprosy contact tracing programme launched in five countries

WHO calls for strengthening malaria elimination strategy

Says 3.2 billion people still at risk The World Health Organization called for bolstering efforts for malaria control and elimination by targeting malarial parasites believed to be less fatal, but now causing high disease bur

AHF Says WHO’s New HIV Testing Guidelines, ‘Game Changing”

AHF welcomes the WHO’s updated and streamlined HIV testing services guidelines, says testing and linkage to treatment is way to break chain of infection and control epidemic

WHO urges governments to raise tobacco taxes to beat smoking

Tobacco is one of the four main risk factors behind non-communicable diseases -- mostly cancers, cardiovascular and lung diseases and diabetes.

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WHO calls for early reconstruction of health systems in Nepal

Says health of quake survivors at risk without regular services World Health Organization (WHO) has said that the health of people who survived the killer earthquakes could be at risk if regular services were not rebuilt and

Industry urges for stringent tax policy for tobacco-products

Globally tobacco will kill over 8 million people every year by 2030- WHO

India to assume Presidency of 68th World Health Assembly

Jagat Prakash Nadda will preside over the 68th Session of the World Health Assembly (WHA) at Geneva Minister of Health & Family Welfare, Jagat Prakash Nadda, will preside over the 68th Session of the World Health Assembly

India to assume Presidency of 68th World Health Assembly

Jagat Prakash Nadda will preside over the 68th Session of the World Health Assembly (WHA) at Geneva Minister of Health & Family Welfare, Jagat Prakash Nadda, will preside over the 68th Session of the World Health Assembly

Airtel celebrates its 10th anniversary with a blood donation drive

Employees and partners in North East states and Assam together donate 400 units of blood

Biocon Foundation wins ‘WHO –India Public Health Champion Award 2015’

Biocon recognised for outstanding contribution to public health by WHO – India

WHO calls upon countries to scale up TB control initiatives

Tuberculosis affects nearly three million people in WHO’s South-East Asia Region every year

WHO calls upon countries to scale up TB control initiatives

Tuberculosis affects nearly three million people in WHO’s South-East Asia Region every year

Air pollution level in Delhi exceeds WHO limits: Prakash Javadekar

The level of air pollution in Delhi exceeds the limits prescribed by the World Health Organisation (WHO)...

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Beating Drug Resistance

The discovery of teixobactin, the first antibiotic in the last three decades, represents a paradigm shift

Ebola death toll passes 5,000-mark, says WHO

WHO has acknowledged that number of deaths is likely far higher, given fatality rate in current Ebola outbreak is known to be around 70%.

On World Pneumonia Day, new report highlights the high burden of Pneumonia and Diarrhea deaths in India

Evaluates coverage of pneumonia and diarrhea interventions in 27 states

Over 5 lakh needless deaths in India due to indoor air pollution

Second only to TB, the biggest killer disease in India with 5.5 lakh deaths in a year

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