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Sunday, 27 September 2009 11:51

Blood Drop

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Often called a “Digital Age Leonardo da Vinci”, Alexander Tsiaras is a digital innovator, technologist and artist. You might know him from his work that showcases beautiful digital images of…
Yesterday's shooting in San Bernardino, CA marked the 355th mass shooting in the United States in less than as galore years in 2015. As inside information emerges regarding the events…
A social and emotional intervention developed to help children recover from the trauma of natural disasters is being altered to help young Syrian refugees heal their psychological wounds. Journey of…
Tuesday, 29 December 2015 10:00

Ebola transmission ceases in Guinea, say WHO

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The World Health Organization have declared the end of Ebola hemorrhagic fever virus transmission in the Republic of Guinea, where the worst Ebola hemorrhagic fever eruption in history began 2…
Monday, 04 January 2016 12:00

Combatants must respect neutrality of health workers

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The AMA has joined international calls for governments and armed combatants to respect the medical neutrality of doctors and other health professionals working in conflict zones around the world.
Since July 2015, a besieging has been obligatory by the Syrian government forces around the town of Madaya, near the border with Lebanon in Syria's Rural Dimash Governorate. Since the…
All best-known irons of transmission in West Africa have been stopped-up, say the World Health Organization, as they declare the most recent eruption of Ebola hemorrhagic fever virus illness in…
The word "leishmaniosis" is not particularly familiar in the West. In the industrialised world, it is not a condition we are likely to come crosswise with any regularity. Elsewhere, the…
leadership of the Syrian-American Medical Society describe their efforts in bolstering what remains of the Syrian health care system and the health care context in which those efforts take place…