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20 May 2013 Traveller heading to parts of the world where yellow fever is prevalent no longer need a ten-year booster jab against the disease, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said. One is enough: Traditionally tourists have been asked to get
UK Tree health recommendations aim to 'stop the spread' Environment reporter, BBC News Non-native pests and diseases can affect a woodland's long-term ecology Strengthening biosecurity at UK borders and a plant health risk register would help protect
Three of the concept notes are from the country coordinating mechanism (CCM) in Myanmar (one for each disease). The others are from CCMs in El Salvador (HIV) and Zimbabwe (HIV). This information was contained in the 15 May issue of the Global Fund's
U.S. health officials say last year was the worst ever for West Nile virus deaths. The final tally reported last week was 286 deaths or two more than the record set in 2002. But there were far fewer illnesses overall, and fewer serious cases than in
The National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg is working with a sample of the new coronavirus that's causing clusters of infections abroad - but can't share the material with other researchers across the country despite the public health urgency.
With the only government-run production unit for yellow fever vaccine in Kasauli out of order for nearly two years, most authorised vaccine centres in the country are fast running out of stock. This has prompted the Ministry of Health to issue
The disease, which is transmitted by mosquitos, can be fatal, and there is no vaccine or medicine to prevent it. Thousands of cases have been reported since the beginning of the year, with 33 deaths reported as of April 30th, particularly in the
The 20-year-old woman initially tried to avoid the prosecutor's question as to why Ahmad Fathanah had given her the money when they met in a hotel in Jakarta in January. They were found together, both of them naked, by investigators from the
Every year, the World Health Organization celebrates International Chagas Day, a date to remember a neglected tropical disease, which still affects millions in Latin America and the Caribbean and is spreading to other parts of the world. In
46 am The Ministry of Health yesterday launched a website to keep the public informed of the developments and its preventive methods against the new coronavirus, which has infected 31 people in the Kingdom.