Polio Vaccine Market Global Trend, Segmentation and Opportunities Forecast To 2023

Offering 10% Discount on this Report Polio vaccines are vaccines used to prevent poliomyelitis. There are two types: one that uses inactivated poliovirus and is given by injection, and one that uses weakened poliovirus and is given by mouth. Scope of the Report:This report focuses on the Polio Vaccine in global market, especially in North […]

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PositiveSingles: Herpes Could Not Be Cured, but ‘Can Be Saved’

Young Boy Never Broke Again (NBA YoungBoy), has recently released a new single and video “Can’t Be Saved”. PositiveSingles, the largest confidential herpes/STD dating and support online community since 2001, hopes the celebrity figure could lead the public in a positive direction on living with herpes. LOS ANGELES – September 18, 2018 – (Newswire.com) NBA […]

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WHO report warns efforts to end TB are falling short

The number of new tuberculosis (TB) cases continued to decline in 2017, and fewer people died from the disease, according to the World Health Organization’s (WHO’s) 2018 Global TB Report. But efforts to make the world’s deadliest infectious disease a “disease of the past” need to be ramped up, agency officials said today. While an […]

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WHO: Global TB Deaths Down, But More Work Needed

Progress on ending tuberculosis (TB) is not happening fast enough, and global leaders must be held accountable for helping to end the TB epidemic, according to the World Health Organization (WHO) and other health leaders. While deaths from TB continued to decline in 2017, 1.6 million still died from the disease, which still faces […]

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Tuberculosis Remains World’s Top Infectious Killer, But A Turning Point May Be Near

Tuberculosis remains the world’s top infectious killer for the fourth year in a row, the World Health Organization said Tuesday. Despite TB’s lock on the grim title, as it kills far more than HIV/AIDS or Ebola, the disease has historically received less attention on the global stage. “Tuberculosis got to be at the top of […]

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Avisa Reports on Progress with Biomarker AV BreathTest™ Platform

Ten-minute, point-of-care breath test rapidly detects virulent bacterial infections to mitigate overuse of antibiotics and save hospital costs Proof-of-concept trial in Emergency Department pneumonia expected to be completed by year end; will pave the way for pivotal trial New patents granted around portable laptop-size device to administer breath test and for new indication – detection […]

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The Painful Cost of Dental Care

DentalPlans.com Takes on Toothaches for National Pain Awareness Month PLANTATION, Fla. –(BUSINESS WIRE) Chronic pain affects more Americans than cancer, heart disease and diabetes combined, and pain is the most common cause of disability in the United States. September is national Pain Awareness Month, dedicated to raising visibility about the impact of living with persistent […]

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Our babies are ‘little warriors’: how love is transforming tragedy in the wake of Brazil’s Zika outbreak

The birth of thousands of babies born with physical and mental disabilities as a result of the Zika virus may be heralding changing attitudes towards disabilities in Brazil. In 2015 to 2016 Zika swept through Latin America and, while the virus usually produces fairly mild symptoms, this epidemic was linked to a spike in the […]

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African Swine Fever Discovered in Seventh Region

The number of provinces affected by African swine fever has hit seven, after eight pigs died Sunday in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region’s Xilin Gol, the Chinese authorities have confirmed. A total of 17 outbreaks of the fever — which does not affect humans — have been reported in northern and eastern China since August, […]

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