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The United Nations World Health Organization warned that infectious diseases have become a much larger menace under the unique conditions of the 21st century with its unprecedented global travel.

SOP newswireVapor light bulbs and mercury exposure - Mercury vapor, immediately released upon breakage, can contaminate the air we breathe.
SOP newswireWhen Drug Abuse Starts at Home -- Painkiller Addiction - Within a year of first being prescribed the painkiller, he found himself in drug rehab. Simons was only 21 years old.
SOP newswireJohn Basedow will speak at NAVEL Elite Wellness Expo - Meet John in person and get motivated to achieve all of your goals!
SOP newswire143 million pounds of missing beef - Where is that recalled meat? The Bush Administration knows, but it won't tell you.
Zoneziwoh MbondguloWorld Health Day: A Word of Hope - This piece is a dedication to everybody on this occasion celebrating World Health Day, April 07.
SOP newswireNortheastern India suspects bird flu - A Tripura state veterinary official says health workers are preparing a mass slaughter of chickens and ducks in the area if bird flu is confirmed.
SOP newswireAnita Mahaffey, Turkey and Night Sweats - The connection goes deep spawning a line of sleepware called Cool-jams.
SOP newswireInternational Community marks World Autism Awareness Day - Autism Speaks Co-Founders Bob and Suzanne Wright, along with other families affected by autism, will kick off World Autism Awareness Day with a visit to the New York Stock Exchange.
SOP newswireIs Your Cell Phone Killing You? - Dr. Vini Khurana puts it this way: Mobile phones could have health consequences far greater than asbestos and smoking.
SOP newswireEPA proposes Aircraft Drinking Water Rule - Hope is to tailor existing health-based drinking water regulations to fit the unique characteristics of aircraft public water systems.
SOP newswireUN Health Agency declares Somalia Polio-Free - Described as a major victory in the global fight against polio, the disease has been eradicated.
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Judyth Piazza chats with Ronald M. Caplan, M.D, Author of Long Life - Ronald M. Caplan, M.D., is an Obstetrician Gynecologist and medical author who has spent the greater part of his life studying and treating the medical conditions that impact women's health.
SOP newswireAnimals Help Abused and Neglected Children Heal - During Laura's counseling, her trust in Rigo grew steadily. And one day, a breakthrough occurred. With her arms wrapped around Rigo for comfort and security, Laura whispered in his ear, describing in graphic detail her horror of abuse.
SOP newswireFamilies Play a Role in the Development of Eating Disorders - Family members often come to treatment with fear, carrying their own shame and guilt about why their loved one is struggling.
SOP newswireNew CDC Study Sees High Rate of Sexually-Transmitted Diseases in Teens - In a first-of-its-kind, nationwide study, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reported this week that one out of
SOP newswireCDC says at least 1 in 4 teen girls has STD - The study examined the national prevalence of four common STDs among adolescent girls.
SOP newswireHIV/AIDS Implementers Meeting scheduled June 3-7 - 'Sharing best practices and lessons learned in implementing programmes is an essential part of informing future AIDS programming,' said Dr. Peter Piot.
SOP newswireAmerican's Lifeline and Terri's Foundation now LIVE, worldwide. - 'We'll be able to educate Americans and raise awareness about the euthanasia movement like never before,' said Suzanne Vitadamo.
SOP newswireHealth of Children concentration of EPA 10-year Study - The STAR children's health program has impacted policy in the United States and influenced scientific directions internationally.
SOP newswireToday's Battle - an Evil Worse Than Slavery - Black History Month is a time when African Americans especially--remember the trials and struggles of being born black in this country. We as a people endured much in our journey for equality.
SOP newswireBird Flu hits Vietnam and surfaces in China - A 23-year-old teacher died Monday after testing positive for H5N1 strain of avian influenza.
SOP newswireEPA Seeks Public Comment on Possible Drinking Water Contaminants - EPA is asking for public comment on a list of 104 possible drinking water contaminants that may need to be regulated in the future to ensure the continued protection of drinking water.
SOP newswireLargest Beef Recall in US History - Undercover video showed crippled and sick animals being shoved into the slaughterhouse by a worker on a forklift.
SOP newswireRay Chambers to mobilize global effort against malaria - Philanthropist and humanitarian is the Founding Chairman of the Points of Light Foundation and Co-Founder, with Colin Powell, of America's Promise - The Alliance for Youth.
Juliet MaruruLoving Chris - Chris is Schizophrenic. He is one of the very best friends I ever had. Loving him can be most painful, sometimes dangerous when he is in the manic phase. But when he is in the in-between phase, he is kind, considerate even fun to be around.
SOP newswireMississippi Diners may face weigh-in - 'Any food establishment to which this section applies shall not be allowed to serve food to any person who is obese.'
SOP newswireGlobal fundraising to help up to 60 million Children - 'Fill the cup' literally intends to fill a cup with food for hungry schoolchildren, increasing their chances for health, education and a better future.
SOP newswireBirds and Bees by Eight? - 1997 study found that almost half of African Americans and 15 percent of whites had begun breast development by age 8.
SOP newswireYellow Fever Reappears in Paraguay - Public health officials in Paraguay have confirmed that yellow fever has reappeared after 34 years.
SOP newswireLack of money and information hampers Guinea fight against HIV, AIDS - AIDS orphans receive free schooling and one meal a day at this cash-strapped center run by aid workers in Nzerekore.
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