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WHO sending 1 million cholera vaccine doses to Haiti

GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Health Organization (WHO) is sending 1 million doses of cholera vaccine to Haiti, where more than 200 cases of the killer disease have been reported since Hurricane Matthew.
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There’s no better time than the winter for a warm tropical getaway, and there’s no better destination than the Caribbean islands. Home to some of the most unique and inspiring scenery this
Though it was diagnosed in 2015, Caroline Wyatt has lived with MS for 25 years. Convinced she had nothing to lose, she set off to Mexico to get stem cell therapy - with shocking results.
Nearly 4,000 women a year have their ovaries removed as a precaution. Mutated BRCA1 gene raises risk of ovarian cancer from 1.3 to 39 per cent. Angelina Jolie had her ovaries removed.
There were 23,000 allegations of abuse by care workers in people's homes between 2013 and 2016.
Amanda Chamberlain from Kent consults Dr Martin Scurr about her son's ingrown nail, as he has been in constant pain for at least ten years. Is removing the nail the most thorough option?
REGINA — The Saskatchewan government is offering voluntary separation packages to all top-ranking officials in the province’s 12 health regions. There are currently 12 CEOs and about
There is no screening programme for the disease, so patients say it would be of "enormous benefit".
Kentucky, the land of bluegrass, bourbon, horse racing and coal mining that went for Trump this past election, has held up as an example of Obamacare’s success.
Two entrepreneurs in Middle America are about to launch a system globally that may change the way baby boomers care for their aging parents.
Dr Bryan Whitson at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center explains to Daily Mail Online why Bill Paxton's surgery was so risky.
I just completed my Week #5 Session #2 run on Friday and I feel good.  I am looking forward to the challenges that lie ahead with the running time increasing and the walking time decreasing. The
In a recent interview, Angelina Jolie revealed that she and her kids have eaten bugs. Although a 'yuck factor' in the Western world, we tell you why bugs are actually good for you.
If pancakes are frequently on the menu, you may want ideas for healthier mixes and fillings. Dr Sian Porter of the British Dietetic Association reveals seven delicious, healthy options.
From juicing to gluten-free to vegetarian diets, doctors looked at many studies.
WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) - Asylum seekers crossing in the dead of night into Canada from the United States may face a new danger in coming weeks, as heavy snowpack melts in the flood-prone U.S. no
Chas Hodges, 73, one half of the English duo Chas & Dave, was diagnosed with oesophageal cancer last year. He is part of a rising trend, as cases are up by more than 40 per cent in 40 years.
Millions of patients are addicted to prescription and over-the-counter painkillers, including the professionals. An anonymous British pharmacist who battled the addiction tells his story.
39,000 people in the UK have pacemakers implanted every year. People with the devices are advised to stay away from electromagnetic fields as it can cause bradycardia.
(Reuters Health) - Many U.S. high schools don't offer athletic training services and few employ full-time athletic trainers, according to a new study.
(Reuters Health) - Patients suffering from leg cramps at night don’t get any more relief from these symptoms with a magnesium pill than they do with a dummy pill, a recent Israeli study suggests.
From juicing to gluten-free to vegetarian diets, doctors looked at many studies.
The 33-year-old currently lives in a single-storey house in the South of France with her one-year-old son and husband. She says giving birth is the most painful experience of her entire life.
There is now a less invasive operation for a common knee injury, an anterior cruciate ligament tear. Mango Kerr, a loss adjuster from Lanark, became one of the first to the new procedure.
The Australian singer and judge on BBC1’s Let It Shine recently showed off toned shoulders wearing a strapless satin dress. She stays in shape by using a vibrational fitness platform and doing yoga
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Testing of hoses used to supply air to scientists working in U.S. labs that handle the world's most deadly pathogens found they did not pose any health risk, even though the hoses
Going to visit his 91-year-old grandfather Bill in hospital, Chris Rossiter from Essex was in shock. His lovely grandfather was speaking of horrible things, looking like 'Gollum in The Hobbit'.
Would you go for a run if someone in need was waiting for you at the other end? At GoodGym, you can use it as motivation. It currently operates in 28 areas around the UK with about 3,000 members.
Can a natural daylight clock improve a dementia sufferer's quality of life? Independent dementia care trainer Mary Jourdan recommends five dementia aids that really make a difference.
(Reuters) - Tenet Healthcare Corp's quarterly revenue missed estimates, hurt by weak demand and the third largest for-profit U.S. hospital operator forecast lower-than-expected full year earnings, sen
Abortion may be legal, but reproductive rights advocates have long held that for poor women who cannot access abortion services because it costs them too much ? or because they have to travel hundred
There are no shortcuts: it takes a good diet (and not lots of supplements) to maintain good heart health.
(Reuters Health) - In January, just before President Donald Trump was inaugurated, Americans reported feeling more stressed than they had in at least a decade, since the American Psychological Associa
Although kitchens have improved the way we clean, store and cook our food, there are also many dangers lurking in our everyday appliances. We take you through both five dangers and solutions.
While there's scant evidence that herbal medications are safe or effective to treat heart conditions, they remain popular among people with heart disease.

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