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Indonesia: Increase in the Use of Herbal Medicines

 
The growing trend of healthy living has increased public awareness on the side effects of synthetic chemical drugs. People have begun to realise the...
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Cancer: Kenya’s Biggest Concern

 
Experts say that cancer is a collection of more than 200 diseases in which cells of an organ or tissues in the body become...
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Ebola Alert in Kenya

 
Kenya is on high alert following the outbreak of ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).Through the Ministry of Health, Kenya is now...
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Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

 
Nine suspected cases of people infected with the virus have already been reported in the DRC. Three of these cases have died, and the...
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Alarming Rates of Teen Pregnancy in Togo

 
According to official figures, 5,345 cases of pregnancies were noted between 2009 and 2012 in Togolese schools. During the 2010-2011 academic year alone, records...
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Mobile Clinic Aiming to Help Togolese People

 
To help provide quality health care, three economic partners - Samsung, Vision-Togo, and the Ministry of Health - put a mobile clinic at the...
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Free Eye Treatment for Ivorian Children

 
An ophthalmologic caravan for the Children of Africa Foundation has been organised to provide free eye care to 15,000 children aged 0 to 15. This...
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Comic Strip Teaches Teens About Sexual Health

 
The National School and University Health Programme (PNSSU) proceeded, with technical assistance from EngenderHealth, through its project Agir PF and the financial support of...
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The University of Alma Ata and Taipei Medical Cooperation

 
YOGYAKARTA -- The University of Alma Ata (UAA) in Yogyakarta, Indonesia on Wednesday (03/01/2017), a partnership with the Taipei Medical University (TMU). The cooperation...
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Kicking Onchocerciasis Off Cameroonian Territory

 
The campaign against onchocerciasis launched since the ninety’s by the government of Cameroon after seeing the gravity of the disease, has recorded some achievements...
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Centre and South Region touched

River Blindness Spreading in South and Central Cameroon

 
The Central and Littoral Regions of Cameroon are registered as zones with the highest rate of Onchocerciasis - known as River Blindness - with...
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Training Doctors to Address Diseases in Senegal

 
500 African doctors began Monday in Dakar, the last class of building capacity, in order to effectively combat malaria, tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS and emerging diseases...
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