Category: Medical

60 Zimbabweans killed by elephants this year

HARARE— Sixty Zimbabweans have been killed by elephants so far this year, as a conservation success story has led to increased conflict with humans, the government spokesman said.With 100,000 elephants, Zimbabwe has the world’s second-largest populatio…

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WHO facilitates training of health workers on Oral Cholera vaccines for preparedness against cholera outbreaks

The World Health Organization (WHO) has kicked off a five-day workshop on 25 April 2002 in Abuja for public health officials to strengthen the capacities to integrate oral cholera vaccination (OCV) into the emergency and preventive measures in some Ang…

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WHO facilitates training of health workers on Oral Cholera vaccines for preparedness against cholera outbreaks

The World Health Organization (WHO) has kicked off a five-day workshop on 25 April 2002 in Abuja for public health officials to strengthen the capacities to integrate oral cholera vaccination (OCV) into the emergency and preventive measures in some Ang…

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Floods detail the effect of climate change

The devastating floods in KwaZulu-Natal and other parts of the country are the beginnings of South Africa feeling the effects of climate change, says Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA) Minister, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma.Addressing …

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Heating Up: Nets vs Heat Reaction

Published by Prime Time Sports Talk The rough stretch continues for the Miami Heat. They had an opportunity to bounce back against the Brooklyn Nets…

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Covid-19: UN rights body urges fair, equitable allocation of vaccines

GENEVA— The United Nations (UN) Human Rights Council (HRC) held a panel discussion on Thursday on ensuring equitable, affordable, timely and universal access for all countries to vaccines in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.Michelle Bachelet, UN high …

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As Vaccine Demand Falls, US States Left With Huge Stockpile

As demand for COVID-19 vaccines collapses in many areas of the U.S., states are scrambling to use stockpiles of doses before they expire and have to be added to the millions that have already gone to waste.From some of the least vaccinated states, like…

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As Vaccine Demand Falls, US States Left With Huge Stockpile

As demand for COVID-19 vaccines collapses in many areas of the U.S., states are scrambling to use stockpiles of doses before they expire and have to be added to the millions that have already gone to waste.From some of the least vaccinated states, like…

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