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31. learning | 29 Jan 2013
» After staying the same since 2004, state hospitals increase fees next month. More than 50% rise for brain & heart disease diagnosis fees.
32. news | 21 Oct 2013
» Factory worker Mohammad Awwal is gripped by fever, sweats and the sort of agonising aches that mean his condition is sometimes called "breakbone disease". It's an annual plague in India and a hidden epidemic, say exp...
33. news | 31 Oct 2013
» Japanese researchers said Thursday they had moved a step closer to an oral treatment for diabetes, offering hope of a breakthrough against a disease racking an increasingly obese world.
34. learning | 14 Sep 2011
» Nurse visits to homes catch life-threatening diseases early (diabetes, high blood pressure, cancer, kidney disease). Longer healthier lives, reduced cost for state healthcare, the result.
35. news | 29 Oct 2013
» The UN health agency on Tuesday confirmed an outbreak of polio in war-torn Syria, which had been free of the crippling disease since 1999, and said it feared it would spread.
36. learning | 23 May 2013
» With Rhinos dying out from disease & killed for their valuable horns by hunters, birth of baby rhino in Australian zoo gives hope.
37. news | 13 Nov 2013
» WASHINGTON - International experts raised the alarm Tuesday over the spread of drug-resistant malaria in several Southeast Asian countries, saying it endangers major global gains in fighting the mosquito-borne disease t...
38. news | 31 Oct 2013
» Diabetes has become a silent threat to the health of Thai people with almost 8,000 dying each year and more than 3.5 million Thais suffering from the disease, according to the Public Health Ministry.
39. news | 21 Oct 2013
» Thailand has experienced its worst epidemic of dengue fever in 20 years with 126 deaths and 135,344 people infected with the virus, according to Sopon Mekthon, director-general of Department of Disease Control.
40. news | 04 Nov 2013
» A single dose -- rather than the recommended three -- of a vaccine against the sexually transmitted disease HPV may be enough to ward off cervical cancer, researchers say.