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Measles cases in Europe tripled last year, WHO says

Copyright of the picture Getty Images Cases of measles in Europe tripled between 2017 and 2018 to 82,596 – the highest number recorded in this decade, data of the World Health Organization. During the vaccination rates are improving, the WHO says that coverage is not high enough to prevent the circulation of the virus in many countries Ukraine has recorded …

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Vaccinations jump 500% in antivax hotspot amid measles outbreak

Enlarge / Administration of a measles, mumps and rubella vaccine Measles vaccination rose 500% last month in Clark County, Washington – an outbreak for anti-vaccine sentiment that has now become the epicenter of a ferocious measles epidemic. As of January 6, the county – located north of the border from Portland, Oregon – has registered 50 confirmed cases and 11 …

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Flea-borne disease in city hall

CLOSE Los Angeles deals with an outbreak of flea-borne diseases like typhus USA TODAY Government officials in Los Angeles are thinking of tearing carpets out of city buildings amid a typhus epidemic that has infected workers. The disease is usually caused by infected fleas and their feces. It can also be spread by rats, cats and opossums, according to health …

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BHA Cancels Racing Feb. 7 Because of Influenza Outbreak

The British Horseracing Authority announced last February 6 that the races to "all British racecourses" on February 7 will be canceled due to an equine influenza epidemic. The BHA announcement stated that the Animal Health Trust has reported three positive influenza agents "from horses vaccinated in an active racing yard." The plant with the infected horses was not named in …

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Measles outbreak: tens of thousands infected in Madagascar

"I miss bringing them sweets and snacks for them every time I come home from work," he says. "We used to play and feed birds near our home." Madagascar, the island nation off the coast of eastern Africa, has been hammered by its worst measles epidemic over the past few decades. The secretary general of the health ministry told CNN …

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Deadly drug-resistant TB a ‘blinking red’ global threat

Date of creation: 07/02/2019 – 12:20 New Delhi (AFP) Deadly and drug-resistant tuberculosis – lethal as Ebola and difficult to treat even in best hospitals – it's a "flashing" worldwide threat around the world, the head of a global health fund has warned in an interview with AFP. The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is on a …

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Trump’s AIDS turnaround greeted with skepticism by some advocates

President Trump Donald John TrumpIvanka Trump to Lead the White House Global Women's Empowerment Initiative The father says he went to Canada for the medicine of his son who would cost K in the United States Clinton: the Trump's decision to suspend the nuclear treaty with Russia Putin & # 39; MORE The State of the Union promises to end …

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Portland doctor warns about cancer trend involving young people

by Lincoln Graves, KATU News Dr. John Godwin of the Providence Cancer Center states that the study demonstrates the need to immediately tackle the obesity epidemic. (KATU Photo) PORTLAND, Hours. – An astonishing report published earlier this week, showing obesity-related cancers much younger, made an urgent warning to a Portland physician. "This is a very shocking relationship," said Dr. John …

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Suicide rates falling around the world, study says | Society

Suicides have fallen globally by more than a third since 1990, according to a far-reaching analysis that highlights profound differences in the number of men and women who take their lives. In results published in the journal BMJ on Thursday, a study estimates that 817,000 people killed themselves in 2016 – a slight increase of 6.7% since 1990. However, since …

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