WHO Regional Office for EU extends gratitude to Belgium and Romania for contributing help to Armenia

WHO Regional Office for Europe extended their gratitude to the Governments of Belgium and Romania for contributing their efforts to help Armenia's several injured patients at the gas station explosion.

China: Lack of Covid measures may result in situation like 2020

The Hong Kong Post reported that China is no longer taking preventive steps to prevent the Covid-19 virus spread, and they are their citizens to move and travel as they wish. This could result in a situation similar to 2020 when the infection spread worldwide from a Wuhan lab

Meet Botswana’s Resilient Woman of Courage, Malebogo Max Molefhe

Meet the courageous Malebogo Max Molefhe, who empowers women to fight the oppressive gender-based violence through her various projects and initiatives. Malebogo has just returned from heeding a call from World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva,

WHO has zero tolerance for sexual assault: Dr Tedros to Rosie James who was sexually assaulted by WHO official

Crimes across the world have been continuous on the rise, multiple women and men are falling victim to these crimes. So as sexual exploitation, of which, cases are continues to spike. 

Dementia affects over 50 million people worldwide and 10 million cases every year: Reports

A public health priority for the World Health Organization, dementia affects almost 50 million people around the world and every year there are around 10 million new cases.

WHO warns of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations to rise this winter: Reports

The recent spike in COVID-19 cases and hospitalisations is only just behind us; however, the onset of the winter could bring a turn for the worse, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned on Wednesday evening.

WHO observes ‘encouraging early signs’ of slowdown in monkeypox in Europe

The European regional office of the World Health Organization (WHO) has observed "encouraging early signs" of a slowdown in the monkeypox epidemic in Europe.

Paris: 4-year-old dog diagnosed with monkeypox virus

A four-year-old dog in Paris has been recently diagnosed, making it the first reported case of monkeypox in dogs.

Not sexually, Belgian experts believes Monkeypox transmits via long & close skin contact with infected person

From the day since the outbreak of the monkeypox virus in May, close to 12,000 cases have been logged in European Region, as per the statement shared by WHO/Europe on Tuesday.

Belgium reports case of mysterious acute variant of hepatitis, says WHO

A case of a mysterious acute variant of hepatitis in children, which has been detected in a number of countries in recent weeks, has now also been discovered in Belgium, reports the World Health Organisation (WHO).

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French-Chinese SVOM Satellite Launches to Unravel Cosmic Mysteries of Gamma-Ray Bursts

The French-Chinese SVOM satellite launch signifies a pivotal moment in global space collaboration, poised to enhance our grasp of gamma-ray bursts (GRBs). These bursts, born from colossal stellar explosions or compact star mergers, emit energy flashes exceeding the brightness of any known stars

France Stifled Without Mbappe: Draws Blank Against Netherlands in Euro 2024 Clash

His absence proved telling as Les Bleus struggled to find the net, settling for a goalless draw that highlighted their dependency on the 25-year-old's dynamic presence. France, a squad brimming with talent across all lines, found themselves lacking the cutting edge that Mbappe typically injects into their play

Paris’ Seine River Fails Water Quality Tests, Jeopardizing Olympic Swimming Events

Marc Guillaume, the prefect of the Paris region, confirmed the disheartening results. "Samples from the Seine do not meet the standards we will have this summer," he stated, highlighting the ongoing concerns regarding water quality as the Games approach, scheduled from July 26 to August 11

French Swimmer’s Olympic Celebration Turns Painful After Shoulder Injury

Medical personnel promptly treated Fente-Damers on-site before transferring him to a nearby hospital for further assessment. Details regarding the exact nature and severity of his shoulder injury remain undisclosed, prompting concern and anticipation for updates on his condition

Kylian Mbappé Set to Wear Mask, Likely to Play Against Netherlands

Speaking to reporters before Friday's crucial match, Deschamps expressed confidence in Mbappé's progress. "Everything is going well after the shock we had. He was able to take part in some light exercises yesterday, and that will be the same this evening