The ailing state of health care in Ethiopia’s state-run hospitals: who takes the blame?

The ailing state of health care in Ethiopia’s state-run hospitals: who takes the blame?

🕔04:33, 25.Jul 2017

Addisstandard Samuel Bogale    Addis Abeba, July 25/2017 – “You have to apologize to the health professionals as we believe that you disrespected the professionals and the improvements made in the health sector,” reads a letter written in Amharic on 3

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Michael J. Fox Reveals Why His Parkinson’s Disease Makes Him Laugh — and Why Muhammad Ali Made Him Cry

Michael J. Fox Reveals Why His Parkinson’s Disease Makes Him Laugh — and Why Muhammad Ali Made Him Cry

🕔04:51, 31.Mar 2017

BY ALEXIA FERNANDEZ•@ALEXIAFEDZ POSTED ON MARCH 30, 2017 The Back to the Future icon, who battles the disease, tells AARP The Magazine for their April/May cover story that most days he’ll laugh nonstop at himself, particularly when trying to deliver a cup of coffee to

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Ethiopia ranks among bottom 7 countries in new Brookings study on health care investment

Ethiopia ranks among bottom 7 countries in new Brookings study on health care investment

🕔13:33, 29.Mar 2017

Louis Serino The Brookings Institution I am writing to share with you a new report from the Brookings Institution that analyzes the capacity of Ethiopia, along with 17 other countries, to effectively utilize private investments in healthcare R&D. Increased investment

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8 Lung Cancer Symptoms You Should Know About Even if You’re Not a Smoker

8 Lung Cancer Symptoms You Should Know About Even if You’re Not a Smoker

🕔14:41, 21.Feb 2017

BY STEPHANIE BOOTH FOR PREVENTION This article was written by Stephanie Booth and provided by our partners at Prevention. Chest pain is the most obvious sign of lung cancer, but there are plenty of other signals you should know about—even

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Attitudes Toward Female Genital Mutilation Changing in Ethiopia

Attitudes Toward Female Genital Mutilation Changing in Ethiopia

🕔10:23, 6.Jan 2017

By Amy Yee At least 200 million women alive today in 30 countries have been subjected to the painful procedure known as female genital mutilation, a practice the U.N. says is deeply rooted in tradition in some cultures. About half

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CONCERNS ABOUT LEAD EXPOSURE TOXICITY IN ETHIOPIA

CONCERNS ABOUT LEAD EXPOSURE TOXICITY IN ETHIOPIA

🕔21:26, 2.Jan 2017

By W.A. Zeleke During the US presidential campaign just ended with the election of Donald Trump, a relatively less known city in Michigan called Flint attracted the attention of the candidates and many others around the world because of unexpected

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Q&A with Fikadu G. Tafesse, Ph.D. of Oregon Health & Science University

Q&A with Fikadu G. Tafesse, Ph.D. of Oregon Health & Science University

🕔12:10, 10.Sep 2016

Fikadu G. Tafesse, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of molecular microbiology and immunology who is working to understand how pathogens utilize host cellular processes during infection. He arrived at OHSU from Boston in February, 2016. Where are you from originally? I was

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There are many obstacles to eye care in Ethiopia, where blindness is prevalent

There are many obstacles to eye care in Ethiopia, where blindness is prevalent

🕔23:12, 2.Aug 2016

by Joyce Meyer By 6:30 in the morning, the doors of St. Louise Eye Clinic in Mekelle, Tigray region of Ethiopia are wide open for service. People of all ages are lined up waiting their turn for examinations or procedures

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Pretty but deadly: Chinese customs officers stop traveller returning from Ethiopia with bag of toxic beans

Pretty but deadly: Chinese customs officers stop traveller returning from Ethiopia with bag of toxic beans

🕔10:28, 29.Feb 2016

By Kathy Gao South China Morning Post The toxin contained in jequirity beans, also called rosary peas, is similar to deadly ricin, derived from the beans of the castor oil plant. Both plants are native to Hong Kong Customs officials

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UN: At Least 200 Million Females Estimated to Be Circumcised

UN: At Least 200 Million Females Estimated to Be Circumcised

🕔22:45, 5.Feb 2016

By EDITH M. LEDERER, ASSOCIATED PRESS UNITED NATIONS — Feb 4, 2016 At least 200 million girls and women in 30 countries are estimated to have undergone female circumcision — half of them in Egypt, Ethiopia and Indonesia, the U.N.

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First U.S. Zika virus transmission reported, attributed to sex

First U.S. Zika virus transmission reported, attributed to sex

🕔15:51, 3.Feb 2016

AUSTIN, Texas, Feb 2 (Reuters) – The first known case of Zika virus transmission in the United States was reported in Texas on Tuesday by local health officials, who said it likely was contracted through sex and not a mosquito

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ILLICIT DRUGS IN ETHIOPIA: A REMARK MOTIVATED BY THE NDAFW OBSERVANCE IN US

ILLICIT DRUGS IN ETHIOPIA: A REMARK MOTIVATED BY THE NDAFW OBSERVANCE IN US

🕔08:10, 29.Jan 2016

Worku Abebe   January 25-31, 2016 is a National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week (NDAFW) in the US.  This is a health observance week designed to give an opportunity for teenagers to learn the facts about drugs, alcohol and addiction

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Top 15 Health Benefits Of Basil

Top 15 Health Benefits Of Basil

🕔23:57, 28.Sep 2015

Basil is known as the king of herbs. This plant contains phytonutrients which provide many health benefits. The chemical compounds present in basil leaves and flowers have disease preventing properties. This herb has antioxidant, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties which provide

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10 Surprising Health Benefits of Sex – WebMD

10 Surprising Health Benefits of Sex – WebMD

🕔22:13, 12.Sep 2015

By Kara Mayer Robinson WebMD Feature Health & Sex 1. Helps Keep Your Immune System Humming “Sexually active people take fewer sick days,” says Yvonne K. Fulbright, PhD a sexual health expert. People who have sex have higher levels of

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ELIMINATE DARK SPOTS WITH 5 ORGANIC FOODS THAT YOU HAVE AT HOME

ELIMINATE DARK SPOTS WITH 5 ORGANIC FOODS THAT YOU HAVE AT HOME

🕔02:49, 5.Sep 2015

You do not have to hide dark spots on your face with heavy makeup or subject your delicate skin to harsh chemical peels or laser treatments to remove annoying marks. Whether they are age-related “liver spots” or stubborn acne and

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9 Secret Ways to Burn More Fat When You Run

9 Secret Ways to Burn More Fat When You Run

🕔03:15, 26.Aug 2015

Eat This, Not That! August 25, 2015   Runners seem to come in two forms. There are the sleek gazelles, whose lean, athletic bodies dart around the roadways effortlessly. And then there are the rest of us, plodding along, adding

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5 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD TRY AN ETHIOPIAN COFFEE CEREMONY

5 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD TRY AN ETHIOPIAN COFFEE CEREMONY

🕔16:41, 3.Jun 2015

Kersten Jaeger June 3, 2015 Every Sunday at 2 p.m., a small, sleepy cafe in a secluded Denver neighborhood hosts one of the most cultural and unique experiences happening in our city. Whittier Cafe, owned by Ethiopian local, Millete Birhanemaskel, invites people

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100 year teenager dies aged 17- BBC News

100 year teenager dies aged 17- BBC News

🕔15:37, 3.Apr 2015

BBC News Progeria campaigner Hayley Okines dies aged 17 A girl with a rare genetic condition which made her body age eight times faster than normal has died at the age of 17. Hayley Okines, from Bexhill, East Sussex, became

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BBC Africa: A new case of ebola has been confirmed in Liberia just weeks before it was due to be declared free of the disease.

BBC Africa: A new case of ebola has been confirmed in Liberia just weeks before it was due to be declared free of the disease.

🕔23:46, 20.Mar 2015

BREAKING: A new case of ebola has been confirmed in Liberia just weeks before it was due to be declared free of the disease. The acting head of the country’s ebola case management team Dr Francis Carte told the BBC

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Ebola deaths reach 6,900 in West Africa; more than 1M could face food shortage by March

Ebola deaths reach 6,900 in West Africa; more than 1M could face food shortage by March

🕔12:40, 19.Dec 2014

By Tom Howell Jr. – The Washington Times  Thursday, December 18, 2014 The number of Ebola-related deaths has reached an even 6,900 in the three most-affected countries in West Africa, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Thursday, the

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