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The WHO (World Health Organization) says 283 million individuals are currently battling alcohol-use disorders and over 3 million people have died of alcohol-related diseases each year.   Its annual global status report provides a general review of alcohol consumption and harms in relation to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (1). The report

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Exercise is an important and fixed aspect of every healthy lifestyle as it helps to prevent a number of diseases. However, a recent report from the World Health Organization (WHO), that was published in the Lancet Global Health journal, has revealed how the global population isn’t taking an active lifestyle

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On Sunday 4 February, people across the globe will be celebrating World Cancer Day in order to raise awareness of the millions of people world-wide who face unequal access to cancer detection, treatment, and care services. This disease has recently been recognized by The World Health Organization (WHO) as the leading cause of

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WHO (World Health Organisation) is calling for strict regulations of “vaping”, as well the banning of any indoor use, and exposing minors to advertising and sales. #WorldNoTobaccoDay 2017 is encouraging us to educate our children about the damaging affects of smoking on both our health and future developments.  WHO Need You To

The World Health Organization’s report  has found a link between increased consumption of processed or red meat and colorectal, pancreatic and prostate cancer.  But what do the experts say? WHO’s IARC (International Agency for Research on Cancer) Working Group,  consisting of 22 experts from 10 countries, looked at over 800 studies on

by Dr Ryan Fuller The busy pace of today’s lifestyles means that many of us overlook the power we have to choose to enjoy our world more by living better and longer. Growing older is no longer something we must simply accept and endure – and the 2nd World Conference

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Childhood obesity is a serious medical condition that affects children and adolescents. It occurs when a child is considered to be well above the normal weight for his or her age and height. Childhood obesity is particularly troubling because the extra kilogrammes often start children on the path to health problems

Recent studies by the World Health Organization have shown that over 43 million people, between the ages 12 and 35, live with a disabling loss of hearing. Among this age group, those in middle-to high-income level countries display the following statistics: 50% listen to music at unsafe volumes through personal,

Concern has been raised that those patients who have survived the Ebola virus, still face stigma and fear from community members who worry about the disease spreading after the cleared patient has left the hospital. This is something that has been seen in West Africa since the outbreak started in March.

The projection of the Ebola virus is completely shocking and the war against this disease is far from being over. But what’s even more fascinating is how the doctors involved are coping. I’m sure we all wonder what it’s like, for the doctors treating a disease that has caused hysteria across the USA