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Deadly and growing impact of air pollution laid bare in new UNICEF-backed report

The State of Global Air (SoGA) report published in partnership with the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) warns on Wednesday that air pollution is increasingly impacting human health - and is now the second leading global risk factor for premature death.. See on Source

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18/06/2024

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At World Health Assembly, countries agree on efforts to boost pandemic preparedness

Countries on Saturday agreed to a set of key actions to better guide and coordinate international efforts in preventing, detecting, and responding to public health risks, while also committing to finalize negotiations on a global pandemic agreement within. See on Source

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02/06/2024

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Gaza: Rafah camp attack heightens focus on dwindling health resources

UN agencies on Tuesday reiterated their call for an urgent ceasefire and humanitarian access in Gaza following Israeli air strikes on Sunday that hit a camp for displaced Palestinians in Rafah, killing 45 people, according to the Hamas-run Ministry of Hea. See on Source

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28/05/2024

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COVID-19 eliminated a decade of progress in global level of life expectancy

Data crunched by the UN World Health Organization (WHO) has revealed that the COVID-19 emergency reversed more than a decade of gains in life expectancy, reinforcing the need for countries to agree on a global pandemic treaty to protect future generations. See on Source

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24/05/2024

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WHO report reveals major health disparities between European teens

A report published on Thursday from the World Health Organization’s (WHO) European region has revealed alarming health disparities in young people, especially those from less affluent families, representing a “vicious cycle of disadvantage”.. See on Source

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23/05/2024

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Stories from the UN Archive: Magic suitcases for 1960s midwives

Can a magic suitcase save lives?. See on Source

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22/05/2024

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‘Critical gaps’ in understanding climate change fuel tropical disease spread

A comprehensive review by the UN health agency has revealed critical gaps in understanding the full impact of climate change on malaria, dengue, trachoma and other tropical diseases.. See on Source

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22/05/2024

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WHO reports major increase in sexually transmitted infections

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as syphilis are on the rise in most regions of the world, UN health agency WHO said in a new report on Tuesday. . See on Source

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21/05/2024

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Syria: WHO Regional Director calls for greater investment in health sector

Failure to invest in the health of the Syrian people will only deepen instability in the war-ravaged country and pose threats to regional and global security, a senior official with the World Health Organization (WHO) has said.. See on Source

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19/05/2024

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World News in Brief: Vaccine ‘patches’ trial shows promise, lowering catheter infection risk, Guantanamo detainee facing revictimisation

Few enjoy having injections and if you have children, you probably like them even less when it’s time for their mandated vaccine shots.. See on Source

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09/05/2024

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No sign yet of H5N1 bird flu spreading between humans, says WHO chief

The H5N1 avian influenza virus has so far shown no signs of adapting to allow human-to-human transmission, the UN health agency said on Wednesday, urging continued surveillance.. See on Source

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08/05/2024

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Patients in Rafah ‘afraid to seek services’, WHO reports

The World Health Organization (WHO) has taken “crucial steps” in preparation for a large-scale Israeli military operation in Rafah, Dr. Ahmed Dahir, team lead of its office in Gaza, told UN News on Tuesday.. See on Source

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07/05/2024

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Peace or war, midwives keep delivering

Millions of lives each year rely on the expertise and care of midwives and yet a global shortage is squeezing the profession like never before, the UN sexual and reproductive health agency UNPFA said on Sunday, marking the International Day of the Mi. See on Source

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05/05/2024

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First Person: Women in Madagascar too ashamed to seek help giving birth

Some of the poorest women in an underdeveloped region south of Madagascar are “too ashamed” to seek the maternal health services they need, according to a midwife working in a health centre supported by United Nations agencies, but that may be about to ch. See on Source

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05/05/2024

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Europe: Report highlights direct link between pandemic and childhood obesity

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to increased obesity in school-aged children in Europe, the World Health Organization (WHO) office for the region said in a new report issued on Wednesday, sounding the alarm for action. . See on Source

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01/05/2024

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‘Just in case’ antibiotics widely overused during COVID-19, says UN health agency

Antibiotics saw “extensive overuse” globally among hospitalised COVID-19 patients during the pandemic without improving clinical outcomes, while also potentially increasing the already serious and growing threat of antimicrobial resistance from "superbugs. See on Source

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26/04/2024

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Gender therapy review reveals devastating impacts on teens

A top Human Rights Council-appointed expert has welcomed the decision by all health authorities in the United Kingdom to halt the routine use of puberty-blockers offered to children as part of gender transition services, amid a sharp increase more widely . See on Source

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25/04/2024

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Teen alcohol and nicotine use in Europe is up, WHO urges preventive measures

Smoking and drinking is on the rise among teenagers in Europe, Central Asia and Canada, and girls now match or even exceed boys when it comes to substance use, the World Health Organization (WHO) said in a new report on Thursday.. See on Source

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25/04/2024

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New global campaign boosts lifesaving vaccines

Two UN agencies alongside the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the global vaccine alliance Gavi launched on Wednesday a campaign to scale up programmes to save lives, marking the start of World Immunisation Week, celebrated annually during the last w. See on Source

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24/04/2024

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ODPHP, Public and Private Organizations Form Coalition to Raise Awareness, Boost Uptake of Preventive Health Services

The Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP) has joined a coalition of government and private-sector health partners led by American’s Health Insurance Plans, Inc. (known as AHIP) to launch a campaign to promote increase. See on Source

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18/06/2024

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Newington Senior and Disabled Center: Staying Flexible and Keeping It Creative to Meet Older Adults’ Needs

This blog post is part of a spotlight series featuring examples of programs and community design changes that get older adults moving. The posts were first published as part of the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans Midcourse Rep. See on Source

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14/06/2024

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ICYMI: The Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee’s May Meeting

ICYMI: A few weeks ago, the 2025 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee held its fifth public meeting. The meeting was livestreamed, and recordings of Day 1 and Day 2 are now available on DietaryGuidelines.gov. The meeting’s first day fea. See on Source

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10/06/2024

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Find Preventive Health Services with MyHealthfinder’s New Resource

Preventive services — like screening tests, checkups, and vaccines — have always been at the heart of MyHealthfinder and its mission. That’s why we’re happy to announce that MyHealthfinder now features Find and Access Preventive Services. See on Source

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07/06/2024

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Thank You for Celebrating National Physical Fitness and Sports Month with ODPHP!

With the month of May behind us, we are reflecting on another wonderful and successful observance of National Physical Fitness and Sports Month and Older Americans Month. This year, ODPHP and its partners used these observances to highli. See on Source

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07/06/2024

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ICYMI: HHS and PCSFN National Press Club Headliner Event on Youth Physical Activity, Sports, and Mental Health

On Tuesday, May 28th, the U.S. Department of Health, and Human Services (HHS) Assistant Secretary for Health, along with members of the President’s Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition (Council), discussed the challenges and opport. See on Source

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04/06/2024

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Last Chance: “Eat Healthy, Be Active Community Workshops” Content is Leaving Health.gov

On June 28, ODPHP will be removing the Eat Healthy, Be Active Community Workshops page from health.gov since this content is no longer up to date. The 6 community workshops are based on the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2015–2020 and. See on Source

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31/05/2024

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Coming Together to Address Loneliness and Isolation

Health and Well-Being Matter is the monthly blog of the Director of the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. People need people. We connect with one another as family and friends, through the communities within which we liv. See on Source

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29/05/2024

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Walk with a Doc: Bringing Communities Together Through Movement and Conversation

This blog post is part of a spotlight series featuring examples of programs and community design changes that get older adults moving. The posts were first published as part of the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans Midcourse Rep. See on Source

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29/05/2024

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June National Health Observances: Alzheimer’s Disease, Sickle Cell Disease, and HIV Testing

Each month, we feature National Health Observances (NHOs) that support our mission to improve health across the United States. In June, we’re raising awareness about Alzheimer’s disease and brain health, sickle cell disease, and HIV test. See on Source

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29/05/2024

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Chronic hypertension in pregnancy doubled in the U.S. from 2007-2021

NIH-funded study shows treatment of condition fell short; suggests need for improved strategies. . See on Source

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17/06/2024

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Federal Study Examines Care Following Nonfatal Overdose Among Medicare Beneficiaries; Identifies Effective Interventions and Gaps in Care

The study identifies effective, lifesaving interventions following initial nonfatal overdoses. . See on Source

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17/06/2024

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NIH-funded intervention did not impact opioid-related overdose death rates over evaluation period

COVID-19 pandemic and increasingly dangerous drug supply among factors that may have contributed to diminished impact of intervention. . See on Source

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16/06/2024

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Infectious H5N1 influenza virus in raw milk rapidly declines with heat treatment

The amount of infectious H5N1 influenza viruses in raw milk rapidly declined with heat treatment in laboratory research. . See on Source

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14/06/2024

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Inherited genetic factors may predict the pattern of X chromosome loss in older women

A genomic analysis co-led by NIH suggests that the DNA a woman is born with may influence how her cells respond to chromosomal abnormalities acquired with aging. . See on Source

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12/06/2024

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NIH launches $30 million pilot to test feasibility of a national primary care research network

Initiative aims to improve health outcomes by integrating research in everyday primary care settings. . See on Source

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06/06/2024

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NIH releases H5N1 influenza research agenda

Understanding virus biology, advancing detection, treatment and prevention strategies are key objectives. . See on Source

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05/06/2024

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U.S. clinical trials begin for twice-yearly HIV prevention injection

Studies will focus on priority populations underrepresented in HIV clinical research. . See on Source

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04/06/2024

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Service dogs may reduce PTSD symptoms for military members and veterans

Adding a service dog to usual care could reduce severity of PTSD symptoms, feelings of anxiety, and lower depression while enhancing quality of life. . See on Source

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04/06/2024

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New clinical assessment tool improves dementia care actions in primary care patients

Resource tripled the odds of receiving dementia-related care within 90 days. . See on Source

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04/06/2024

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