India has come under the reel of a new strain of virus, which has been found to be resistant to the best anti-malaria medicine known as Artemisinin. The high resistance strain had first cropped up in the villages located on the border of Thailand and Cambodia way back in the year 2007.
A recent study conducted by University of Copenhagen and the Danish Institute for Health Services Research has successfully established a link between the sleep disorder hypersomia and the socio - economic condition of state. People suffering from the sleeping disorders, not just affect the productivity of an indicividual, but pose a serious threat to the society.
When someone smokes a cigarette in place the nicotine residue that is left on the furniture and furnishings, it is known as third-hand smoke. The third-hand smoke can get airborne later and cause harm.
After a meeting with the country's HIV Committee, the Cook Islands Cabinet members are going to attend a meeting next week on HIV awareness.
The Government faced tough time related to the question on whether they could publicly identify the first HIV positive person in the country. The Health Officials sought for a legal advice on the issue.
New Zealand Medical Association (NZMA) Chief Executive Officer Cameron McIver is reported to take retirement from the Association. Cameron has served NZMA for over 15 years.
The Bryan County Health Department is reported to have released a report, urging residents to get pets vaccinations. The report was released following the emergence of two separate cases of family pets that interacted with wild animals and were then diagnosed with rabies in north Bryan County.
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