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UN: Ebola-affected Countries Need to Intensify Routine Immunization Services

Any disruption of immunization services will increase the likelihood of vaccine-preventable disease outbreaks.

SOP newswireTeen Prescription Drug Abuse Target of First Major Initiative - The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) is launching its first major Federal effort to educate parents about teen prescription drug abuse.
SOP newswireCan you say 'Nanotechnology'? - EPA has awarded 21 grants totaling $7.34 million to universities to investigate potential adverse health and environmental effects of manufactured nanomaterials.
SOP newswireNanoscale Materials Set EPA on Massive Quest - The program calls on manufacturers, importers, processors, and users of engineered nanoscale materials to report to EPA key information about these materials within six months.
SOP newswireA Look at EPA, University Superfund Basic Research Program - SBRP is a coordinated effort with the Environmental Protection Agency, which is the federal entity charged with cleaning up the worst hazardous waste sites in the country.
SOP newswireDiscredited Chambers Health Care Memo Embraced by Wal-Mart - Executive VP refused to release the amount Wal-Mart spends on health care per employee or the percentages of employees using different plans.
Danielle YoesepKeeping Your Baby Safe - This is an example expository piece I wrote that is about keeping children, especially infants and toddlers, safe at home.
SOP newswireFounder of AOL Promotes Breathing as Secret of Live - AOL, the largest volunteer based NGO in the world, offers unique courses that help eliminate stress and allow individuals to develop to their highest potential.
SOP newswireSri Sri Ravishankar - Art of Living Foundation offers unique courses that help eliminate stress and allow individuals to develop to their highest potential.
SOP newswireSurf over to John Basedow's new MySpace blog - Fitness Made Simple: The Power to Change Your Body & Life
SOP newswireDeadly 'Extreme Ecstasy' Enters U.S. - Ecstasy laced with methamphetamine (meth) has been entering the United States illegal drug markets, particularly in northern border states.
SOP newswireU.S. FDA Approves Etravirine to Fight HIV - When used with other active anti-HIV medicines and when taken as prescribed, etravirine reduces the amount of HIV in the blood.
SOP newswireResponding to UN Appeal, Uncle Sam Provides $20 Million for Health Initiative in Iraq - Activities will support not only national health institutions, but also national Red Crescent societies and local partners.
SOP newswireEpidemic Feared - Gays May Spread Deadly Staph Infection to General Population - They said methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, or MRSA, is beginning to appear outside hospitals in San Francisco, Boston, New York and Los Angeles
SOP newswireHow the Faithful Can Stop Feeding the Fat Epidemic - With the release of her much anticipated book Diets Don't Work, But Jesus Does, faith-based wellness expert
Krzys WasilewskiRock 'n' Roll Orchestra - Owsiak admits that the Orchestra would have never been so successful, were it not for television support saying, 'I would be like a beggar at a church.'
Amy SpagnolaPerfectly Imperfect: How to Break Free of Perfectionism - Getting good grades, academic or athletic honors, and receiving parental praise can significantly boost self-esteem.
SOP newswireGenetic Testing Recommendations - The National Office of Public Health Genomics (NOPHG) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) established the independent, non-federal Evaluation of Genomic Applications in
K ThompsonWho are the Corporate Supporters of Planned Parenthood - Life Decisions International (LDI) has released a revised edition of The Boycott List, which identifies corporations
SOP newswireExxonMobil represented at major children's health campaign in Mali - Dr. Steven Phillips, ExxonMobil's medical director of global issues and projects, has been in the Republic of Mali this week as part
SOP newswireHow to Reduce Rates of Breast Cancer, Premature Birth - Two letters published this month in the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons show how the
SOP newswireSurviving the Holidays When You Are Separated or Divorced - People in the middle of separation or divorce often face Thanksgiving and Christmas with
SOP newswire Doctors Perform Life-Changing Surgery for Poor in Honduras - They moved, in single file, through the crowded hospital lobby filled with hundreds of Honduran poor.
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Judyth Piazza chats with Tina Merchant, Author of He's Not Autistic But... - According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 166 children is born with autism.
SOP newswireMore needs to be done to win the fight against HIV/AIDS - Washington On the eve of World AIDS Day, President Bush renewed his pledge to fight the global HIV/AIDS pandemic.
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Judyth Piazza chats with Dr. Michelle and Monty Ward about Trivani - Together, the Wards have teamed up to spread the word of Humanitarian focus and making smarter decisions with the products that we use on a daily basis.
SOP newswireA New CDC Study Finds no Real Increase in Obesity Among Adults; But Levels Still High - After a quarter century of increases, obesity prevalence has not measurably increased in the past few years but levels are still high at 34 percent of U.S. adults aged 20 and over, according to a new study
SOP newswireFDA Approves Zyrtec for Nonprescription Use - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved tablet, chewable tablet, and syrup formulations of Zyrtec
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Judyth Piazza chats with Leonard A. Lado, MD, Lado Healing Institute - I am a psychiatrist in Naples Florida and South Florida . I like to welcome you to my practice site.
SOP newswireMystery disease outbreak in Angola - The United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) says it is still investigating the possible origin of an outbreak of a mystery illness that has forced at least 370 people
SOP newswireCancer Becomes a Friend Instead of an Enemy - Terri Scruggs would be the first to tell you that cancer has been both her friend and enemy. Like many battles
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