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Dr. Kevin Most: Lung cancer - WGN Radio;

Dr. Kevin Most: Lung cancer - WGN Radio

WGN RadioDr. Kevin Most: Lung cancerWGN RadioHow many of you remember the Marlboro Man, the iconic figure who convinced many Americans that smoking was cool. This was an advertising hall of fame effort, and it did have a huge impact on the health of Americans and still does to this day. Although ...When did smoking become so taboo?The SignalNo place in school for tobaccoTidewater NewsPro-Smoking Groups Light Up IndonesiaOZYTravelersToday -Pakistan Today -Shields Gazette -Sun FMall 12 news articles »

NDMA prepares framework for vulnerable, low-income communities - The Express Tribune;

NDMA prepares framework for vulnerable, low-income communities - The Express Tribune

The Express TribuneNDMA prepares framework for vulnerable, low-income communitiesThe Express TribuneISLAMABAD: The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) is preparing to have a national disaster insurance network in a bid to protect vulnerable and low-income communities from risks and aftermaths of occurring natural disasters in the country.NDMA to conduct mock earthquake drills in 8 districts of Uttarakhand tomorrowIndia.comall 2 news articles »

Air pollution is killing over a million Indians per year; here's how you can stay safe - Tech2;

Air pollution is killing over a million Indians per year; here's how you can stay safe - Tech2

Tech2Air pollution is killing over a million Indians per year; here's how you can stay safeTech2A recently published report suggests that an average of two Indians are dying every minute as a direct consequence of air pollution. That's over a million deaths per year. Millions of preterm births are also associated with an increase in particulate ...and more »

Health minister orders medical superintendents to achieve targets - Daily Times;

Health minister orders medical superintendents to achieve targets - Daily Times

Daily TimesHealth minister orders medical superintendents to achieve targetsDaily TimesLAHORE: Punjab Minister for Primary and Secondary Health Khawaja Imran Nazir has directed the medical superintendents of district headquarters (DHQs) and tehsil headquarters (THQ) hospitals to make efforts for achieving the set targets, besides ...Rs 2.5 lakh salary for doctors working at far flung areasPakistan ObserverMedical superintendents meet with health minister to review healthcarePakistan TodayMinister for providing quality healthcare to patientsThe Nationall 4 news articles »

Nawaz seeks 'endorsement' from Trump administration - Daily Times;

Nawaz seeks 'endorsement' from Trump administration - Daily Times

Daily TimesNawaz seeks 'endorsement' from Trump administrationDaily TimesISLAMABAD: With Panama case dangling over his head, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif seeks immediate backing from the Trump administration to mitigate the political pressure both from inside and outside the country. Sources told Daily Times that spokesman ...PM approves project for screening of newbornsThe News Internationalall 2 news articles »

Anti-tobacco activists urge Senate not to pass tobacco industry tainted legislation - The News International;

Anti-tobacco activists urge Senate not to pass tobacco industry tainted legislation - The News International

Naples HeraldAnti-tobacco activists urge Senate not to pass tobacco industry tainted legislationThe News InternationalWhile calling on senators from both opposition and treasury not to pass the private members bill to amend the Prohibition of Smoking and Protection of Non-Smokers Health Ordinance 2002, tobacco control advocates appreciated Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif ...Enforcement of 85pc pictorial health warning on cigarette packs urgedPakistan TodayLawmaker targets smoking in tobacco countryMohave Valley NewsNorth Dakota Legislature Marches Toward Midsession BreakU.S. News & World ReportGrand Forks Herald -WUKY -TribTalkall 12 news articles »

Punjab AIDS control program sets up psychological support unit - Pakistan Today;

Punjab AIDS control program sets up psychological support unit - Pakistan Today

Pakistan TodayPunjab AIDS control program sets up psychological support unitPakistan TodayThe Punjab AIDS control program (PACP) has set up a psychological support unit (PSU) for counselling HIV/AIDS and hepatitis patients. The announcement was made by the PACP Program Director Dr Adnan Zafar in a meeting of the PACP managers at the ...PACP sets up psychological support unitPakistan ObserverHealth care: Counselling unit set up for HIV/AIDS patientsThe Express Tribuneall 4 news articles »

KP govt spends Rs 60 million on healthcare provisions for needy people - Daily Times;

KP govt spends Rs 60 million on healthcare provisions for needy people - Daily Times

Daily TimesKP govt spends Rs 60 million on healthcare provisions for needy peopleDaily TimesISLAMABAD: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government has reportedly provided needy people with over Rs 60 million in free health facilities under the first phase of the Sihat Sahulat Programme. According to a report quoting official sources, under the ...Text Bulletin 1200 hrsRadio Pakistan (press release)all 2 news articles »

How new UC Riverside research can help slow ALS, aka Lou Gehrig's disease - Press-Enterprise;

How new UC Riverside research can help slow ALS, aka Lou Gehrig's disease - Press-Enterprise

Press-EnterpriseHow new UC Riverside research can help slow ALS, aka Lou Gehrig's diseasePress-EnterpriseTwo UC Riverside researchers say they have synthesized a molecule that may delay the symptoms of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and increase the life expectancy of ALS patients. Maurizio Pellecchia and Iryna Ethell, both biomedical researchers with the ...Past in PerspectiveThe NationALS fund set up for local manMcalester News Capitalall 3 news articles »

Yeast found in babies' guts increases risk of asthma - Science Daily;

Yeast found in babies' guts increases risk of asthma - Science Daily

CDA NewsYeast found in babies' guts increases risk of asthmaScience DailyDate: February 17, 2017; Source: University of British Columbia; Summary: Microbiologists have found a yeast in the gut of new babies in Ecuador that appears to be a strong predictor that they will develop asthma in childhood. The new research furthers ...Zero pollution may spike asthma in kidsThe SentinelBabies with gut yeast may be at risk of asthmaMedical News TodayShocking: Zero Pollution and Clean Water May Increase Asthma Risk in KidsNDTVCDA News -International Business Times, India Edition -The Independent -Science Newsall 22 news articles »

Govt to issue new syringes to save citizens from AIDS - The News International;

Govt to issue new syringes to save citizens from AIDS - The News International

Pakistan TodayGovt to issue new syringes to save citizens from AIDSThe News InternationalIslamabad: Punjab government has decided to take back old syringes from the drug addicts and provide them with the new ones to keep citizens away from AIDS. According to private news channel, government has taken a unique initiative to fight against ...Punjab govt to issue new syringes to drug addicts to save them from AIDSDunyaNews Pakistanall 4 news articles »

Psychiatrists, schools and NGOs should work jointly against the menace - The News International

Psychiatrists, schools and NGOs should work jointly against the menaceThe News InternationalUnluckily, we are ignoring a very unfortunate phenomenon, child sexual abuse that is prevalent in our society as in many other societies and is even more stigmatised as compared to psychiatry, however, it is a fact that beyond the corridors of ...and more »

Karachi, Jamshoro, Nawabshah and Sukkur to get blood banks in March - Daily Times;

Karachi, Jamshoro, Nawabshah and Sukkur to get blood banks in March - Daily Times

Daily TimesKarachi, Jamshoro, Nawabshah and Sukkur to get blood banks in MarchDaily TimesKARACHI: Four Regional Blood Transfusion Centers (RBTC) in four districts of Sindh would be inaugurated next month, Sindh Blood Transfusion Authority (SBTA) announced on Saturday. These centers would be established in Karachi, Jamshoro, ...and more »

Precautionary measures: People with allergies urged to 'vaccinate' themselves - The Express Tribune;

Precautionary measures: People with allergies urged to 'vaccinate' themselves - The Express Tribune

The Express TribunePrecautionary measures: People with allergies urged to 'vaccinate' themselvesThe Express TribuneISLAMABAD: People suffering from allergies have been advised to take precautionary measures in the form of allergy shots before the pollen season starts. Talking to APP, Dr Shareef Astori said allergy shots work like a vaccine. “Your body responds to ...Pollen allergy patients advised to take precautionary measuresThe News Internationalall 2 news articles »

Tanzania threatens to publish 'list of gay people' - The Sun Daily;

Tanzania threatens to publish 'list of gay people' - The Sun Daily

The Sun DailyTanzania threatens to publish 'list of gay people'The Sun DailyGay male sex is punishable by life imprisonment under Tanzanian law, but there is no such ban on lesbian relations. — AFP. DAR ES SALAAM: Tanzania on Saturday announced plans to publish a list of gay people allegedly selling sex online – just days ...Tanzania's deputy health minister has threatened to publish a list of gay people who 'sell their bodies'PinkNewsTanzania to publish names of homosexuals 'selling their bodies online'TheCableTanzania stops 40 health centers from offering AIDS servicesBusiness InsiderCFJC Today Kamloopsall 5 news articles »

Stuffed tiger helps three cubs regain health in India - Geo News, Pakistan;

Stuffed tiger helps three cubs regain health in India - Geo News, Pakistan

Geo News, PakistanStuffed tiger helps three cubs regain health in IndiaGeo News, PakistanRecently, a stuffed tiger was used to nurse three orphaned cubs back to health at Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh, India. The three cubs, rescued from Sanjay-Dubri Tiger Reserve on January 19, were initially suspicious of humans and kept ...Toy tiger used to nurse orphaned cubs back to healthWPXI PittsburghSoft toy tiger nurses orphaned cubs back to healthCNNall 3 news articles »