Yemenis recount horrors of cholera epidemic
Yemenis recount horrors of cholera epidemic

Yemeni child, suspected of being infected with cholera, receives treatment at a hospital in the capital Sana’a, May 15, 2017. (Photo by AF...

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Yemeni hospital exceeds full capacity amid deadly cholera
Yemeni hospital exceeds full capacity amid deadly cholera

As the Yemeni capital, Sana'a, is struggling with an unprecedented outbreak of cholera, its al-Sabeen Maternity and Child Hospital is o...

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Doctors missed 11 chances to treat boy before he died of chronic asthma
Doctors missed 11 chances to treat boy before he died of chronic asthma

Michael Uriely playing at the British Under nine Championships. Photo / Twitter, @london_chess Doctors missed 11 opportunities to treat...

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WHO issues warning over superbugs
WHO issues warning over superbugs

Treating salmonella infections could become harder as it builds resistance to antibiotics. Photo / AP Superbugs which cause sepsis, ...

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New Zealand researcher: Ebola linked to deforestation
New Zealand researcher: Ebola linked to deforestation

Researchers have found a potential factor in the outbreak of Ebola virus - deforestation. Photo / 123RF New research co-authored by a ...

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Cholera reportedly kills nine in Yemen's Aden
Cholera reportedly kills nine in Yemen's Aden

Yemeni children receive treatment at a hospital in the capital Sana'a on October 11, 2016. (Photo by AFP) At least nine people have ...

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Malaysia confirmed first case of Zika in pregnant woman
Malaysia confirmed first case of Zika in pregnant woman

An Aedes aegypti mosquito is seen inside a test tube as part of a research on preventing the spread of Zika virus and other mosquito-borne...

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 Rise in confirmed cases of Zika virus in Singapore
Rise in confirmed cases of Zika virus in Singapore

A traveller walks past an advisory on the Zika virus infection in Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Sepang, Malaysia. Photo / AP Co...

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Complex jobs, social ties help ward off Alzheimer's
Complex jobs, social ties help ward off Alzheimer's

Being a doctor, or doing other jobs that involve complex thinking, is thought to help ward against Alzheimer's Disease. Photo / AP ...

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Yellow fever epidemic threat
Yellow fever epidemic threat

Women grieve over the casket of a young boy who had died two days prior in Luanda, Angola. Photo / Washington Post Almost 80 years afte...

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