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WHO wants to Change Guidelines for naming Diseases

WHO wants to Change Guidelines for naming Diseases

The World Health Organization feels that the time has come to bring changes in how experts give name to new diseases.

Choose Nets over Insecticide Spray For Malaria Prevention

Choose Nets over Insecticide Spray For Malaria Prevention

A study released on Tuesday has confirmed the fact that spraying the insecticides indoors won't provide the children with any extra protection when they are already making use of bed nets.

WHO: Five Strategic Policies can Stop Ebola Outbreak in West Africa

WHO: Five Strategic Policies can Stop Ebola Outbreak in West Africa

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), five strategic policies have great potential to help West Africa eradicate Ebola outbreak.

Scientists Urge WHO not to Classify E-Cigarettes as a Tobacco Product

Scientists Urge WHO not to Classify E-Cigarettes as a Tobacco Product

Serious discussions are taking place with regard to e-cigarettes as they have gained popularity and market share in the recent years.

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