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UNRWA Health Services Continue Uninterrupted Throughout 2018, Yet Risks Remain
The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) released today its annual Health Report for 20...
Jury Orders Monsanto To Pay $2bn To Couple In Roundup Cancer Case
The California jury´s verdict is the third such courtroom loss for Monsanto over the weedkiller.
Top executives at major opioid company found guilty of criminal racketeering
The verdict could send the former executives to prison for years
Furore Over Rise In Fake Drugs-Induced Deaths, Treatment Failures Worldwide
A recent global report published in in the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene alerted to a global pandemi...
Fisher-Price recalls millions of baby sleepers after deaths of 32 infants
‘This product is deadly,’ warns American Academy of Pediatrics
1,200 Dead in Madagascar Measles Epidemic, Reports Say
A measles epidemic has reportedly killed more than 1,200 people in Madagascar with more than 115,000 cases.
Monsanto Found Liable for Man’s Cancer, Ordered to Pay $80 Million in Damages
Earlier this month, a San Francisco jury ruled that Roundup was a “substantial factor” in the development of Edwin Harde...
Unvaccinated Children Face Public Space Ban in New York Measles Outbreak
A New York suburb has banned children not vaccinated against measles from public spaces, such as schools and shopping ma...
Children’s chances of surviving cancer less than 30% in poor nations – study
Stark differences revealed in five-year survival rates between rich and low- and middle-income countries
Public health activists say eradicating tobacco must be a human right
Halting the spread of tobacco “epidemic” worldwide is a human right which global leaders should recognise as such and ta...
Ebola death toll In DR Congo rises to 522
867 cases of Ebola confirmed since outbreak in July 2018, Health Ministry says
Santa Anita bans drugs, limits whips after 22nd horse suffers fatal injury
Officials called the new rules a "seismic shift" in safety, aimed at stemming a string of equine deaths at the track sin...
Woman awarded $29m in damages in Johnson & Johnson cancer case
California jury declines to award punitive damages to woman who blames baby powder for mesothelioma
Suicide attempts and mental breakdowns: 911 calls from Amazon warehouses reveal that some worke...
Amazon has long been accused of poor working conditions.
Study says air pollution killing more people than smoking
Scientists estimate pollution caused 8.8 million extra deaths in 2015, more than about seven million caused by smoking.
U.S. Detention Centers Quarantine More Than 2,000 Migrants Over Mumps, Other Outbreaks
More than 2,000 detainees at immigration detention facilities across the country have been quarantined because of outbre...
America´s school students exposed to water tainted by toxic lead
Elevated levels of lead have been found in schools across the US, alarming experts who say it is particularly harmful to...
Human rights of people with disabilities violated by hospital: inquiry
The human rights of three people with intellectual disabilities were violated by the Nova Scotia government when the pro...
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