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MarketWatch Aug 11 2020 - 09:06

As cholera claimed hundreds of thousands of lives during the 1846–1860 pandemic, John Snow was the first person to figure out how the deadly diseas

Medical Xpress Aug 11 2020 - 05:32

The NSF has really been a leader, tracing back to when Mary Clutter, who was an assistant director, forcibly mandated [in 1989] that committees and

Nature Aug 10 2020 - 10:53

Ms Christine Nabwire, 28, a resident of Mawero East B Village, Eastern Division in Busia Municipality, walks two kilometres every day to access Nam

Daily Monitor Aug 7 2020 - 05:38

The bellicose terms used to make sense of COVID-19 stem from a series of profound changes in medical thinking sparked by the cholera epidemics that

Scientific American Aug 7 2020 - 04:05

Among her battles — teaching people how to prevent malaria, cholera, Zika and Ebola.

HometownLife Aug 6 2020 - 21:09

Dating in the age of Covid-19 has been very profitable for Match Group.

Barron's Aug 5 2020 - 10:24

English Situation Report on Ethiopia about Health, Water Sanitation Hygiene and Epidemic; published on 05 Aug 2020 by IFRC

ReliefWeb Aug 4 2020 - 23:13

Aug 04, 2020 (The Expresswire) -- Global “Cholera Vaccines Oral Live Market” report provides complete historical analysis of global market for Chol

MarketWatch Aug 3 2020 - 16:59

Clean and healthy communities require proper sanitation, but one in every three people in the world still lacks access to a dignified sanitation se

LinkedIn Aug 3 2020 - 16:08

Counter terrorism expert David Otto warned that the 20-year-old is at heightened risk at the "chaotic" Al Roj camp, where conditions have

The Mirror Aug 2 2020 - 05:04

Local resident and author Dacre Stoker talked about those parallels during “Life Under Lockdown: The 1832 Cholera Epidemic” at Cafe Scientifique in

Aiken Standard Jul 31 2020 - 15:18

Thousands of people in Yemen could be dying from cholera that is undiagnosed due to their fear of receiving treatment from the country’s overwhelme

Circle of Blue Jul 31 2020 - 10:58

Aid agencies in Yemen are concerned that thousands of people could be dying from cholera because they're too scared to get medical help.

Business Insider India Jul 30 2020 - 22:52

"Yemenis desperately need an end to the fighting which has destroyed health facilities and left communities more vulnerable to the virus.&quot

INSIDER on MSN.com Jul 30 2020 - 22:00

Health workers in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo have launched a bid to vaccinate more than a million people against cholera in five days aft

Medical Xpress Jul 30 2020 - 07:15

Heavy rains killed dozens of people besides extensive material damage.

aa.com.tr Jul 29 2020 - 05:54

Oxfam warns thousands could be dying undetected from cholera with people 'too frightened' to seek treatment in facilities overwhelmed by

Middle East Eye Jul 28 2020 - 11:04

Thousands of deaths potentially missed as patients avoid health centres, with both diseases set to peak in coming weeks, warn NGOs

The Guardian Jul 28 2020 - 10:27

Heavy rains in August could deepen a “hidden cholera crisis” in Yemen that may have already killed thousands, Oxfam has warned, as the Covid-19 pan

The National Blogs Jul 28 2020 - 04:18

English News and Press Release on Yemen about Food and Nutrition, Health, Epidemic, Flash Flood and more; published on 28 Jul 2020 by Oxfam

ReliefWeb Jul 27 2020 - 17:01

In an exclusive interview, Rita Colwell talks to GEN about how she has dealt with sexism in a male-dominated field and why it was time to write a b

GEN Jul 27 2020 - 15:40

English Situation Report on Democratic Republic of the Congo and 5 other countries about Health and Epidemic; published on 27 Jul 2020 by UNICEF

ReliefWeb Jul 27 2020 - 02:04

English Analysis on Democratic Republic of the Congo about Health, Water Sanitation Hygiene and Epidemic; published on 24 Jul 2020 by

ReliefWeb Jul 26 2020 - 20:37

The additional infrastructure comes amid concerns among Union health ministry officials that many states in India are still not conducting 140 test

The Telegraph Jul 26 2020 - 15:33

With that in vision, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to virtually inaugurate three novel coronavirus testing laboratories in 3 institutes,

India Today Jul 26 2020 - 14:22

"The pandemic has made me, once again, that sorry thing: a mere spectator of life." D. A.

Los Angeles Review of Books Jul 26 2020 - 10:17

We’ve seen this tension among science, journalism and public health before. The first wave of cholera came to New York City in July 1832.

HeraldNet Jul 23 2020 - 01:40

While the COVID-19 response dominates community health concerns, every missed opportunity for vaccination puts the fragile gains made against polio

ReliefWeb Jul 23 2020 - 00:25

Japan will give two health institutions in the Philippines additional laboratory equipment and supplies to ramp up testing and boost the country’s

Philippine Daily Inquirer Jul 22 2020 - 16:01

We’ve seen this tension between science, journalism and public health before. The first wave of cholera came to New York City in July 1832.

Washington Post Jul 22 2020 - 08:42

Cholera preparedness activities are ongoing including mapping of cholera hotspots, prepositioning of Cholera kits, RDT kits and other supplies, the

ReliefWeb Jul 21 2020 - 02:03

English News and Press Release on Yemen about Health, Water Sanitation Hygiene and Epidemic; published on 20 Jul 2020 by BFD and OCHA

ReliefWeb Jul 20 2020 - 11:31

ReliefWeb Labs projects explore new and emerging opportunities to improve information delivery to humanitarians.

ReliefWeb Jul 20 2020 - 05:38

KOTA KINABALU: Cholera cases in Sabah have increased sharply to 43 yesterday, double the number recorded early this month.

The Sun Jul 20 2020 - 01:27

Philanthropists Moses and Judith traveled months over land and sea, dodging plague and bandits, while undergoing bouts of forced isolation across M

The Times of Israel Jul 18 2020 - 08:30

Dr. McPheeters treated patients here during the 1849 cholera epidemic. During the Civil War, he served as an army surgeon with Confederate Gen.

St. Louis Post-Dispatch Jul 18 2020 - 05:12

Jul 18, 2020 (Profound via COMTEX) -- The report provides rational insights along with historical and forecast data to aid in better understanding

MarketWatch Jul 17 2020 - 17:06

Who were the 400,000 American settlers who made the journey from Independence, Missouri, to Oregon and California on the Oregon Trail?

Mental Floss Jul 17 2020 - 09:03

Virginia Tech Professor Kevin Boyle is part of a multi-institutional project led by his former graduate Sonia Aziz that was just awarded one of thr

News Medical Jul 16 2020 - 20:08

English News and Press Release on Mozambique about Contributions, Coordination, Epidemic, Flash Flood and more; published on 16 Jul 2020 by UNICEF

ReliefWeb Jul 16 2020 - 10:49

In the summer of 1832, a mysterious scourge that had come all the way from Asia loomed over the city of New York, having ravaged London, Paris, and

The Nation Jul 15 2020 - 06:13

English Situation Report on Yemen about Coordination, Health, Epidemic and more; published on 31 May 2020 by Health Cluster and WHO

ReliefWeb Jul 15 2020 - 03:05

Cholera, typhus and smallpox confronted Dr. Edward Van Cortlandt, Ottawa’s public health pioneer.

Ottawa Citizen on MSN.com Jul 14 2020 - 04:30

This report is an extensive analysis of current and potential trends in the Cholera Vaccines market.

openpr.com Jul 13 2020 - 21:34

The report provides rational insights along with historical and forecast data to aid in better understanding of

MarketWatch Jul 13 2020 - 19:05

By Robert Neff At dawn, on July 4, 1886, the first American teachers in Korea started their journey to Seoul.

koreatimes.co.kr Jul 11 2020 - 17:58

Three districts in Mozambique's northern province of Cabo Delgado were forced to postpone the vaccination campaign against cholera scheduled t

China Internet Information Center Jul 10 2020 - 09:45

By now, most Americans have heard the cautionary tale of Philadelphia's decision to hold a huge patriotic parade with nearly 100,000 spectator

Medical Xpress Jul 10 2020 - 05:18

A cholera outbreak has sickened at least 983 people and killed at least 45 in Cameroon since January, health authorities said Thursday.

China Internet Information Center Jul 9 2020 - 21:22