Reports emerged that sperm donations within Florida may be affected with Zika virus.
Poor environment, lack of access to clean water and medical care raises risk of death among children aged 5 and younger.
The World Health Organization must review its position on the international regulatory controls of cannabis to influence UN scheduling regulation about the said drug.
Lack of political will hampers the “make measles history” efforts of the United Nations Children’s Fund. Despite the global efforts to put an end to deaths caused by measles through continuous awareness and vaccination initiatives, global health experts report that every day nearly 400 children still die from measles.
UN committee confirms that the Weed Killer Glyphosate does not cause cancer and contradicts WHO' s report.
Mental health issue is not rare as 26 percent of Americans who are 18 years old and above are living with diagnosable mental disorder. Even famous celebrities like Catherine Zeta Jones and Mel Gibson are battling with bipolar disorder.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says it is ok for mothers living in Zika-affected regions to continue to breastfeed.
The World Health Organization has recently announced its support for experiments for genetically modified mosquitoes to fight off Zika surge.
The World Health Organization (WHO) revealed that $56 million is needed to help combat the Zika virus until June.
The WHO is reporting that cases of Guillain-Barré syndrome are on the rise in five Latam countries.
CDC researchers are heading to Puerto Rico to study the link between ZIka and Guillain-Barré.
At least 48 people who might have been infected with Ebola in Sierra Leone have yet to be found, the WHO said.
As Zika outbreak engulfs the Central American country of Honduras, the government responded by declaring a nationwide state of emergency in an effort to avert further infections from spreading.
The Zika virus that has been spreading throughout the Americas could travel to Asia and Africa, the WHO said.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has begun deliberations on Monday to determine whether or not Zika should be declared a global health emergency.
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