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Geography & Geology : The trouble with sea cucumbers

FAO report says overfishing putting sea cukes at risk
Under pressure: sea cucumbers around the world are overfished.

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Medicine : World health organization reports highest rates of drug-resistant tuberculosis to date
Posted by niccosan on 2008/2/27 12:20:00 (1799 reads)

Washington DC /Geneva – Multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) has been recorded at the highest rates ever, according to a new World Health Organization (WHO) report that presents findings from the largest survey to date on the scale of drug resistance in tuberculosis.

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Medicine : New country estimates show heavy toll caused by indoor air pollution
Posted by niccosan on 2007/4/30 2:00:00 (4222 reads)

In the 21 worst-affected countries, close to 5% of death and disease is caused by indoor air pollution, according to new estimates published by the World Health Organization (WHO).

The first-ever country-by-country estimates of the burden of disease due to indoor air pollution highlight the heavy toll solid fuel use takes on the health and well-being of people around the world.. The countries most affected are Afghanistan, Angola, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Chad, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Pakistan, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Togo and Uganda.

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Medicine : WHO calls for prevention of cancer through healthy workplaces
Posted by niccosan on 2007/4/27 2:00:00 (2050 reads)

Every year, at least 200 000 people die from cancer related to their workplace, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Saturday is World Day for Safety and Health at Work. Millions of workers run the risk of developing cancers such as lung cancer and mesothelioma (a malignant cancer of the internal lining of the chest cavity) from inhaling asbestos fibres and from tobacco smoke, or leukemia from exposure to benzene at their workplaces. Yet, the risks for occupational cancer are preventable.

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Medicine : WHO welcomes Abbott's decision to reduce the price of second-line antiretroviral therapy
Posted by niccosan on 2007/4/10 2:00:00 (1987 reads)

The World Health Organization (WHO) is committed to work towards universal access, by 2010, to HIV prevention services and to treatment and care for people living with HIV/AIDS.

Encouragingly, the number of people being treated with antiretroviral therapy (ART) continues to grow in low and middle income countries. This trend is also resulting in a growing number of people who require access to "second-line" ART, as they develop resistance to "first-line" treatments.

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Medicine : Global tuberculosis epidemic levelling off
Posted by niccosan on 2007/3/23 2:00:00 (6934 reads)

XDR-TB, HIV/AIDS and other obstacles still thwarting progress

The global tuberculosis (TB) epidemic has levelled off for the first time since the World Health Organization (WHO) declared TB a public health emergency in 1993. The Global Tuberculosis Control Report released today by WHO finds that the percentage of the world's population struck by TB peaked in 2004 and then held steady in 2005.

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Medicine : WHO ISSUES NEW DATA ON GLOBAL TUBERCULOSIS EPIDEMIC
Posted by niccosan on 2007/3/15 2:00:00 (4984 reads)

24th March - World TB Day

Tuberculosis is one of the world's leading infectious killers - second only to HIV/AIDS. The 2007 WHO Global TB Control Report, issued Thursday 22 March 2007, updates the current trends on the airborne disease, with all the very latest data from nearly 200 countries.

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Medicine : WHO-LED ANTI-COUNTERFEITING COALITION EXAMINES TECHNOLOGIES TO PREVENT FAKE DRUGS
Posted by niccosan on 2007/3/13 1:50:00 (2059 reads)

More than twenty technology companies are responding to a call to support the fight against counterfeit medicines spearheaded by the IMPACT task force set up by the World Health Organization (WHO) and partners.* They will join the IMPACT Working Group on Technology today for a one-day meeting in Prague to assess technologies which could improve the global prevention, tracking and detection of counterfeit medicines.

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Medicine : WHO PUBLISHES GUIDELINES ON CULTIVATING ESSENTIAL PLANT USED IN ANTI-MALARIA MEDICINES
Posted by niccosan on 2007/3/12 1:50:00 (2046 reads)

The World Health Organization (WHO) today publishes guidelines for the cultivation and collection of Artemisia annua L, a Chinese traditional medicinal plant which is the source of artemisinin, used to produce the most effective medicines for malaria. The guidelines will contribute to improving the quality of Artemisia annua L to further develop artemisinin-based medicines, and help ensure a sustainable supply to meet market demand.

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Posted by niccosan on 2007/3/2 1:30:00 (5872 reads)

Are countries doing enough to reduce the negative effects of unhealthy environments on children? Preparations are now under way for an intergovernmental review, to take place on 13–15 June in Vienna, Austria. Countries in the WHO European Region will assess their progress in implementing the commitments that they made in the Children’s Environment and Health Action Plan for Europe (CEHAPE), adopted at the Fourth Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health in 2004.

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Medicine : How Long Does It Take to Rebuild Bone Lost During Space Flight?
Posted by niccosan on 2007/2/26 1:40:00 (2134 reads)

Are bigger bones stronger bones? Not necessarily, according to a recent NASA study that seeks to ensure healthy bones in astronauts.

A four-year study of the long-term effects of microgravity on the bones of International Space Station crew members showed that the astronauts, on average, lost roughly 11 percent of their total hip bone mass over the course of their mission.

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