Global cancer cases are estimated to increase by 60%: WHO

Anadolu file photos ANKARA – The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that if current trends continue, the world's cancer cases will see a 60% increase over the next two decades. The WHO said in a statement Tuesday on World Cancer Day, "The largest increase in new cases (estimated at …

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The Heart Association wants everyone in the family to be trained in CPR

CPR Training Vice President of the Philippine Heart Association, Dr. Orlando Bagarin (Central), municipality health workers and guests during Wednesday (February) training of only Cardio Pulmonary Resettlement (CPR) for 600 students at Bataan's Small Municipal High School. Featuring with 5, 2020). According to the PHA, Bagrin, it is important to …

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Approximately 4K new cases of 2019-nCoV were recorded worldwide

MANILA – The World Health Organization on Wednesday reported 3,925 new cases of acute respiratory disease of the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) worldwide. China, where the disease originated in Wuhan city of Hubei Province, has the highest number of 89 3,8989, according to the latest World Health Organization report. Worldwide, WHO …

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Novel Corona Virus: Facts and Hysteria

George C The best treatment for outbreaks and potential catastrophes is calm study, practical decisions and quick implementation. The hysteria needs to be handled or it will take longer to control and resolve medical problems, with far greater economic and social damage. While everyone should be careful, there are already …

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2019-nCoV has no known cure yet: DOH

Secretary Health Francesco Duke III MANILA – Novel coronavirus is not a leading cure for acute respiratory disease (2019-nCoV ARD), Secretary of Health Francesco Duke III repeated Tuesday. "There is no vaccine to prevent 2019-nCoV because it is a new strain. There is no special treatment other than supportive care," …

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5 Combat Couple Faces Disease with NCOV in Domitian

Negros Oriental Capital spokeswoman Bembo Miraffler and Assistant Provincial Health Officer Dr. Leland Eustacean. (Photo by Judy Flour Pirlo) Dimogity City – At least five people in the Negroes Oriental who came in contact with the first two cases of the country's 2019 novel Coronavirus (2019n-CoV), now suffering from the …

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Domogite contains negative tests for children with meningococcemia

Negative for meningo. During a press conference in Domogaty City on Friday (January 31, 2020), Dr. Mark Llosa, Director, Negros Oriental Provincial Hospital (NOPH), accompanied by Dr. Leland Eustacean, Chief of the Negroes Oriental Provincial Health Office. Are. General Chat Chat Lounge Llosa said a girl who was being treated …

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Albee village officials instructed to follow waste management policies

Waste Management Henry Jacob, head of the municipal environment and natural resources office (in blue shirt), presides over a waste management meeting with 54 barangay captains in Darba, Albania, on January 17, 2020. He urged local officials to act strictly. Environmental Solid Waste Management Act, especially the Waste Separation Policy. …

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Awake to a Long Sleep: The Tall Volcano Is Rising

Understanding Tail. Geologists at the University of the Philippines, Carlos Arcilla, say no one can predict when a volcanic eruption will occur. Low sulfur dioxide emissions and low volcanic earthquakes were recorded during the last 24 hours in Tall on Tuesday (January 21, 2020) but volcanoes are at alert level …

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Villagers in Pampanga taught to eliminate plastic pollution

Refuel Revolution. On Friday (January 24, 2020), residents of the city of San Fernando, Pampanga, brought plastic bottles and containers and filled it with spices and household products to join the "Raffle Revolution." This activity is a advocacy campaign of the Environment and Natural Resources – Environmental Management Bureau (DENR-EMB) …

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