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Antimicrobial resistance
Lack of diagnostic facilities escalates the problem Kampala, Uganda | Patricia Akankwatsa | The problem of antimicrobial resistance in infectious agents has been rising, and there is global concern that in the absence of interventions to reverse these trends, the means to treat i...
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WHO: Monkeypox not yet a global public health emergency
Kigali, Rwanda | THE INDEPENDENT | The monkeypox outbreak does not currently constitute a global public health concern, the World Health Organization (WHO) has said, although the agency called for intense response efforts to control further spread. The rare viral disease, occurs...
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Thousands of Angelinos protest Roe vs Wade overturning
Los Angeles, US | Xinhua | At least four rallies for abortion rights were held in Los Angeles after U.S. Supreme Court made decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. The first Los Angeles crowds to protest the ruling began to gather around noon outside the federal courthouse downtown and...
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Biden appoints first Native American to serve as treasurer
Washington, U.S. | Xinhua | U.S. President Joe Biden on Tuesday announced the appointment of Marilynn Malerba, chief of the Mohegan Tribe, to serve as treasurer of the United States, the first Native American to hold the position. The treasurer of the United States directly overs...
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Air pollution cuts life expectancy by more than two years – study
  NEWS ANALYSIS | AGENCIES | Ugandans could potentially live an extra two years if that if global PM2.5 levels were reduced to the five micrograms per cubic metre recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO),  according to a new study. Ugandans have a life expectancy of abo...
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