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World News Global health bodies highlight essential interventions that will help reduce the incidence of pneumonia as the disease remains the single biggest killer of children under five globally. Pneumonia claims the lives of more than 1 million
56 editor Pneumonia is the single largest cause of death in children worldwide. Every year, it kills an estimated 1.2 million children under the age of five years, accounting for 18% of all deaths of children under five years old worldwide.
The organization said nearly four million children's lives will be saved thanks to these additional vaccinations...It said more countries than ever are introducing new vaccines, averting many deaths and improving the health and wellbeing of millions
Surendra Sharma, who was initially selected as AAP's candidate for Shahdara assembly constituency, has been removed by the Political Affairs Committee of the party. A release by the party said that Sharma did not disclose in his application for
The recommendation comes within days of the Supreme Court issuing notice to the Centre on a PIL petition filed by Dr. Yogesh Jain alleging that the vaccine had serious adverse effects on children, and in the face of stiff resistance to the vaccine.
The Sedgwick County Health Department is trying to contact nearly 300 people who received vaccines that were not stored properly, the department said Friday in a news release. The Health Department said it was notified by the Kansas Department of
Addressing reporters here, HLL chairman and managing director M.Ayyappan said the IVC will be producing pentavalent combination (DPT plus Hep B plus Hib), BCG, measles, Hepatitis B, Human Rabies, Hib and Japanese Encephalitis (JE) vaccines. "Work at
Produced by Bio Farma, the pentavalent vaccine is a combination of five antigens targeting five diseases, including Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis, Hepatitis B and Haemophilus influenzae Type B, at once. Bio Farma production director Juliman said
Alliance to provide vaccines to developing countries, to protect more children against infectious diseases. An additional 240 million doses of Synflorix will be supplied over the next ten years, to help protect an 80 million more children in the
The Somali authorities launched a new five-in-one-vaccine against several potentially fatal childhood diseases on Wednesday, which could save thousands of lives...The vaccine will be part of Somalia's routine immunisation programme. More than 1.3