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UN: 7,000 Newborns Die Every Day

More must be done to stop babies from dying the day they are born, United Nations agencies said in a new report issued Thursday, which argued that life-saving know-how and technologies must be made readily available - particularly in Southern Asia and sub-Saharan Africa - where they are most needed.

SOP newswireFederal Agency Releases Results of Polycythemia Vera Investigation - ATLANTA - The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) confirmed 38 cases of polycythemia vera (PV) in Schuylkill, Luzerne, and Carbon counties. ATSDR found no link between environmental factors and PV in this area.
SOP newswireCDC Advisory Committee Recommends Nasal Spray Flu Vaccine - A panel of immunization experts has voted to expand the recommendation for the nasal spray influenza vaccine, FluMist (MedImmune Vaccines, Inc., Gaithersburg, Md.), to include healthy children
SOP newswireClimate Change, Concern Grows About Health Risks - Washington -- Risks to international public health from floods, heat waves and droughts arising from climate change are becoming the focus of global health
Josh ShippWalking is Overrated - Josh Shipp with HeyJosh.tv peers into the life of a guy you HAVE to meet. Its not what happens to you, its how you deal with it.
Will RobertsThe Birds, the Bees, and the Rest of the Bull - Now folks, I want you to bear with me for a little while. Because I am going talk to you about a subject I know very little about
SOP newswire94,000 invasive drug-resistant staph infections occurred in the U.S. in 2005 - Methicillin–resistant staph aureus (MRSA) caused more than 94,000 life–threatening infections and nearly 19,000 deaths in the United States in 2005, most of them associated with health care
SOP newswireFederal Agency to Discuss Polycythemia Vera Survey Findings - ATSDR staff will be available for a press availability session to discuss the results of the survey from 6:00 until 6:45 p.m. Wednesday, October 24 at Genetti’s Best Western, located at
Will RobertsHealthcare Here is Affected by Healthcare There - America’s Cowboy. Just like Will, Roberts is an expert with a rope and one of the quickest wits with current events.
SOP newswireUN agency warns, Viruses from tropical countries are moving to temperate zones - Animal diseases are advancing globally and countries will have to invest more in surveillance and control measures, the United Nations Food
George Curry (Former Featured Editor)Physicians can be Dead Dead Wrong - Over the Labor Day weekend, Aunt Julia Mae, a diabetic, had a toe removed. We knew the leg might be next, but we didn't expect it to be this soon.
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Judyth Piazza chats with John Basedow about the American Heart Walk Sept. 30th - Meet John Basedow at the American Heart Walk on Sept. 30th at the Nassau Community College, Garden City, NY.
Amy SpagnolaDashboard Dining: The Healthy Way - Cheeseburgers, tacos and even pizza are all familiar fast food fare, but many chains offer little to help encourage good nutritional choices.
Amy SpagnolaNo Need to Nip and Tuck - Jennifer Lopez has a very, well... ample derriere. Barbara Streisand has a prominent nose and Sarah Jessica Parker has a large mole on her chin.
SOP newswireFDA Approves Nasal Influenza Vaccine for Use in Younger Children - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today approved expanding the population for use of the nasal influenza vaccine FluMist to include children between the ages of 2 and 5.
SOP newswireNumber of cholera cases in northern Iraq doubles - The number of people struck by a cholera outbreak in Northern Iraq has doubled to 16,000 people but the
SOP newswireU.S. Life Expectancy Hits New High - A child born in the United States in 2005 can expect to live nearly 78 years (77.9) – a new high – according to a report released today by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
SOP newswireU.S.-funded programs aid vulnerable infants, schoolchildren, families - Washington -- In the Podor district of Senegal, it is a challenge for nomadic peoples to send their children to school. Some leave the children
SOP newswireSmallpox, FDA Approves Second-Generation Vaccine - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has licensed a new vaccine to protect against smallpox, a highly contagious disease with the potential to be used as a deadly bioterror weapon.
SOP newswire Lessons of Simulated Flu Outbreak - A simulated flu outbreak exercise at the Pentagon this month was a “great success” and taught the department lessons about functioning with an ailing work force, the Defense
SOP newswireFDA Approves Second West Nile Virus Screening Test for Donated Blood and Organs - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today announced approval of a second test for the detection of West Nile virus (WNV) in blood and organs.
SOP newswireNew diseases emerging at unprecedented rate, warns UN - With new diseases emerging at an unprecedented rate in an increasingly interconnected world, often with the ability to cross borders rapidly, global public health security depends on international cooperation
SOP newswireFDA Warning on Codeine Use by Nursing Mothers - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is concerned that nursing infants may be at increased risk of morphine overdose if their mothers are taking codeine and are ultra-rapid metabolizers
SOP newswireBreast Cancer, U.S., Middle Eastern Experts Join in Fight - Washington -- When Kendra Woods asked 25 colleagues at America’s leading cancer treatment center to serve as advisers for a program to fight breast cancer in the Middle East, she expected about 10
SOP newswireSeafood consumers in the U.S., increasingly concerned - Seafood consumers in the U.S., increasingly concerned about the sustainability and quality of seafood, can now turn to a NOAA Fisheries Service Web site, FishWatch, for the latest information.
SOP newswirePancreatic Cancer Gets a Light - Using novel light-scattering techniques, researchers have found the first evidence that early stage pancreatic cancer causes subtle changes in part of the small intestine
SOP newswireRisk of Botulism Poisoning from Hot Dog Chili Sauce - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning consumers not to eat 10 ounce cans of Castleberry’s Hot Dog Chili Sauce (UPC 3030000101), Austex Hot Dog Chili Sauce (UPC 3030099533), and Kroger Hot Dog Chili Sa
SOP newswireFour Communities to Pilot New Federal Environmental Health Partnership - EPA Administrator Stephen L. Johnson and CDC/ATSDR Director Dr. Julie Gerberding signed a formal memorandum of understanding (MOU) today, signaling their
SOP newswireA Billion Here, a Billion There, Health Care Fraud - And so it is today with health care fraud, a burgeoning crime plague that's adding up in a big way, big-ticket scheme after big-ticket scheme, essentially costing you money every time you
SOP newswirePandemic Preparation Boosts Readiness for Other Disasters - Washington – The United States is better prepared to detect a pandemic flu outbreak, support international work to contain a pandemic in its early stages, limit a pandemic’s spread and save lives after a year of coordinated
Erich Brandenberger (Mentor)We Need Plaque Eating Nanobots - Why don't people invest their energy on genetically programming bacteria to eat plaque in arteries and then die, or to gobble up the muck that has accumulated in a smoker's lungs?
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