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NGO Tasks Schools On First Aid Education

NIGERIA. Enugu State: In commemoration of the "World First Aid Day", the National Complementary and Alternative Medical Association (NACAMA) has urged schools to impart...

Growth Prospects For Indian Medical Tourism Market

INDIA: According to TechSci Research report on India Medical Tourism Market: by Inbound v/s Outbound, Treatment Types, Service type,  Region, Top 3 States, Competition...

New WHO Research Reveals Rise In Caesarean Section Use

GENEVA: The World Health Organization (WHO) has raised alarm over the rise in caesarean section use for pregnant women stating that by 2030, 29 per...

The G7 Leaders To Sign The Global Health Declaration

UNITED KINGDOM: One of the prime agenda for the G7 leaders this time was to set a global response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Along...

Scientists Create Chimera Embryos That Are Part Human, Part Monkey

SPAIN: A team of scientists from China, the US, and Spain reported for the first time on Thursday they have created human-monkey chimera embryos...

India’s Union Budget 2021-22: Special Focus On The Healthcare Industry

INDIA: The word 'Budget' originated from the french word 'Bougette', which means little bag or a leather briefcase. However, the Finance Minister of India,...

Meet The Social Entrepreneur Who Started A “Life Saving” Initiative In Afghanistan

AFGHANISTAN: Mohammad Naeem Ahady, MBA graduate and a resident of the United Kingdom started a Facebook Group called “Life-Saving Movement” to bridge the gap between...

Afghan Women Grapple With The Taboo Around Menstruation

AFGHANISTAN. Herat: When 19-year-old Halima, from Herat, had her first period, she was afraid. She thought it was a unique illness only she suffered...

Bharat Biotech Begins Its Final Stage For Covaxin

INDIA. Bhubaneswar: India’s first COVID-19 vaccine, Covaxin, has been developed and is currently in testing. Covaxin is derived from a strain of SARS-CoV-2 which...

Healthcare Personnel Forced To Continue Working While Positive For COVID-19

BOLIVIA. Sucre. As the number of coronavirus cases continues to climb in the South American nation, healthcare workers have begun speaking out against their...

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