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TB Cases, Deaths Decline in Yemen Because of Awareness Programs

Tuberculosis cases and deaths in Yemen are declining because of an intensive awareness campaign about the disease and the availability of training programs// for health workers, experts said recently, IRIN News reports. According to World Health Organization statistics, TB incidence in Yemen ...

Apollo to Operate Tertiary Care Hospital in Yemen

Apollo Group of Hospitals, Asia's largest integrated private healthcare provider,// has joined hands with Hayel Saeed Anam Group (HSA) of the Middle East to bring super-specialty healthcare system to Yemen. The two groups signed the partnership agreement to operate the tertiary care hospital...

Science as a pioneer

...fic cooperation is so effective and strong that German-Russian teams of archaeologists have even been collaborating on digs in other countries such as yemen and Mongolia. The cooperation among students from the two countries, who often share accommodation at the base camp during the excavations, is a bas...

Drug Uses Up Water in Yemeni Capital, People Must Relocate

... Sanaa is at least 2,500 years old. It claims to be the world's oldest inhabited city. It is also the capital of yemen in Middle// East. Its population of 1.74 millions is said to be living on living on borrowed time. For in a country where water is a scarce comm...

Experts Warn Against Raw Milk Following Rift Valley Fever Outbreak in Kenya

...n beings. Experts believe that the mosquito-borne pathogen had crossed the Sahara into Egypt by 1977 and by 1999 had traversed the Red Sea into yemen and Saudi Arabia. Prior to 1977, it was considered primarily a veterinarian's disease. It wasn't until the Marburg filovirus attained internati...

World's 3 out of 10 Cigarettes Smoked in China

... the current population of Duke's home country, the US. Out of every 100 men, 67 smoke, a higher percentage than anywhere else in the world apart from yemen and Djibouti. Judith Mackay, Hong Kong-based policy advisor to the World Health Organisation and co-author of the newly-published second edition...

Muslim Leaders’ Help Sought To Discourage Smokin

... countries is significantly higher among men than women. The highest recorded rates among men are in Indonesia and Yemen, where over two-thirds smoke. yemen also has the highest prevalence of smoking among women, almost a third of whom smoke. Numerous religious scholars and institutions in Middle Eas...
Yemen in Biological News

Screw worm outbreak in Yemen

An outbreak of the insidious screw worm fly in Yemen, is threatening livelihoods, in a country where rearing livestock is a traditional way of life. In recent weeks, a Ministerial delegation was at the IAEA in Vienna, Austria, to turn to the international community for emergency assistance to figh...

UN pours polio vaccine into Yemen amid outbreak

As Yemen geared up for an end-of-month nationwide campaign to immunize all children under 5 against a fast-moving paralytic poliovirus outbreak, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) said it was shipping in 6 million doses of polio vaccine. In addition, 10 experts from the World Health Org...

Ben-Gurion University engineers develop technique to help combat nuclear proliferation

...ountries now developing nuclear power -- such as Bahrain, Egypt, Kuwait, Libya, Malaysia, Namibia, Qatar, Oman, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and yemen -- they will have to use it for peaceful purposes rather than warfare." Ronen originally worked on Neptonium 237 for the purpose denaturing pluton...

Killer fungus spells disaster for wheat

...e know it changed the winds, says Wafa Khoury of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization in Rome, because desert locusts the FAO had been tracking in yemen blew north towards Iran instead of northwest as expected. We think it may have done that to the rust spores. This means, she says, that Ug99 has reach...

New Vaccine To Be Used For First Time In Polio Outbreak Response

... associated with an outbreak in the country to 22. yemen had been polio-free since disease surveillance beg...e immunization campaign in the second half of May. yemen had already conducted a mass campaign on 11-14 Apr...ivate sector have enabled the previous campaign in yemen as well as swift development of the mOPV1 vaccine....

NASA study finds snow melt causes large ocean plant blooms

...inds over the Arabian Sea have strengthened leading to more intense upwelling and more widespread blooms of phytoplankton along the coasts of Somalia, yemen and Oman. According to Goes, while large blooms of phytoplankton can enhance fisheries, exceptionally large blooms could be detrimental to the ecos...
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