Health

Fatality of Mothers, Children Shocks Afghan Officials

  Maternity of mothers and children shocks Afghanistan’s Governmental officials. CEO Abdullah Abdullah has stated that the National unity Government is committed to push deepest efforts for the improvement of mothers and children in Afghanistan. Based on the estimation of World health Organization from 100,000 mothers 1600 mothers lose their …

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Health Official: Non-Standard Medical Companies, Hospitals Closed

Ministry of Public Health closed about 160 companies supplying disqualified pharmaceutical and medical products to Afghanistan. Officials started monitoring and evaluation of 54 private hospitals and a large number of companies supplying pharmaceutical products in capital Kabul. 40 foreign companies and 119 internal companies supplying medicine in Afghanistan were included …

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MoPH launched Nationwide Vaccination Campaign

Officials in Ministry of Public health have launched nationwide vaccination campaign in the country. Officials in MoPH said,” the following vaccination campaign will target 5,50000 children from 9 up to 59 months in 18 provinces, they will be vaccinated against measles, and polio diseases, according to their statements the main …

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International Earth Day Marks in Kabul

As the fight for a clean environment continues in a climate of increasing urgency, as the ravages of climate change becomes more manifest every day. Each year the International, Earth Day is honored around the world on April 22, although larger events such as festivals and rallies are often organized …

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International Cancer Day Remembered in Kabul

International and National Health providers, Governmental officials have remembered International cancer day under the title of (curing and treatment of cancers isn’t impossible) in Kabul in gathering held on Wednesday in Kabul. Afghanistan First lady Miss Rollah Ghani who has attended the gathering declared the health condition of those ill …

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Living in Kabul (s) Catastrophic

The environment and air pollution in Kabul is catastrophic and the risk of respiratory disease is greatly increased day by day. Head of the Indira Gandhi Child health Dr Noorulhaq Yosufzia has stated that Government of Afghanistan should seek an alternative for such gradual death penalty. However the head of …

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Daily Exercise Prevents 7 Types of Cancer

Recent medical researches indicate almost half of all cancer types can be fought by daily exercise and it can prevent many types of cancer including breast and intestinal cancer. It is never late to start and you can get the benefits whenever you begin exercising. Daily practice ofexercise decreases possibility …

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Ebola serum for Africa patients within weeks, says WHO

Serum made from the blood of recovered Ebola patients could be available within weeks in Liberia, one of the country’s worst hit by the virus, says the World Health Organization. Speaking in Geneva, Dr Marie Paule Kieny said work was also advancing quickly to get drugs and a vaccine ready …

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