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Nguyen Toan Tran, Désirée Lichtenstein, Benjamin Black, Alice Rosmini & Catrin Schulte-Hillen Abstract The recent Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreaks in 2021 exemplify how sexual and reproductive health services are too often considered unessential during health emergencies. Bleeding for reasons other than EVD, such as pregnancy complications or rape, can be construed as EVD symptoms,
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Two Jacksonville hospital leaders have received national recognition for their work: Among other accomplishments, one has a transformational new vision for children’s health, the other led an exhaustive COVID-19 testing and vaccination plan.  R. Lawrence Moss, president and CEO of Nemours Children’s Health, which has hospitals and clinics in five states, and Tammy Daniel, Baptist Health senior vice
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Abuja, 9 July, 2021 – The humanitarian crisis in Nigeria’s North-eastern BAY (Borno, Adamawa and Yobe) remains protracted, with an estimated eight million people at risk of displacement, impoverishment and threats of violence. As a result, WHO has resolved to maintain the current status of grade 3 health emergency declared in the region since 2019.
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KABUL (Pajhwok): Electricity outages due to destruction of power pylons have not only raised concerns among people and created issues in different sectors, but also crippled health services, which even lead to the death of Covid-19 patients. Recently, the destruction of imported power pylons in different parts of the country has resulted in decreased supply
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The pandemic has caused a nationwide blood shortage, according to the American Red Cross, and that’s affecting blood product availability across America, including North Dakota. Behind the shortage are a combination of factors. Donations were down during 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Many people who had delayed medical treatment during that time are now
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On June 10, 2021, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued its long-awaited COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS). A notable feature of the ETS, in addition to the timing of its issuance over a year into the pandemic, is that it applies only to employers providing health care services or health care support services and not
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The Herald Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter Government is in the process of taking over all health facilities owned by local authorities as part of a grand plan to ensure  standardised service delivery as envisaged by the National Development Strategy 1, Parliament heard yesterday. Vice President Constantino Chiwenga told legislators that most health facilities owned by
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Beaumont Health, headquartered in Southfield, and Universal Health Systems announces the name of their new behavioral health care facility, Beaumont Behavioral Health. // Courtesy of Beaumont Health Joint venture partners Beaumont Health and Universal Health Services announced the name of their new behavioral health hospital, Beaumont Behavioral Health, which is under construction and is expected
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While the Alamance County population has grown in the past two decades, spending by the local health department has not caught up, a Times-News analysis has found.       The Alamance County Health Department provides services such as health inspections, maternal health clinics and communicable disease prevention. Local health workers are the first line of defense against the spread of communicable diseases
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After further delays due to the latest COVID-19 lockdown, luxury health and lifestyle club Next Gen Doncaster has opened. Welcoming members from yesterday, the new facility, dedicated to holistic wellness, flexible fitness, rejuvenation and relaxation, Next Gen Health and Lifestyle Clubs’ newest members-only facility is the group’s first in Victoria. Located on the edge of
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Not surprisingly, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, California legislators proposed hundreds of health-related bills in 2021. For those who are unfamiliar with the intricacies of the Golden State’s legislative process, June 5, 2021 was the deadline for the California Legislature to pass bills introduced in their house of origin. Accordingly, during the week of
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The latest report titled as Global Facility Management for Health Care Market Report provides key information about the current status and prospects of the market. The report focuses on market size, share, growth, emerging trends and market area analysis. The research also includes a comprehensive analysis of various market factors, including market drivers, restrictions, trends, risks, and opportunities that are common
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In the state’s last regularly scheduled COVID-19 pandemic press briefing Thursday, Gov. Chris Sununu and state health officials announced relaxed mask guidelines as cases continued to fall in New Hampshire.Dr. Benjamin Chan, the state epidemiologist, said the state is now recommending that asymptomatic people — not just fully vaccinated people — can go without facemasks
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SARASOTA – Sarasota Memorial Health Care System cleared space for an 82-bed Behavioral Health Pavilion at its main campus recently by demolishing an outdated structure on its campus.  The 95,000-square-foot facility will be built on the east side of Osprey Avenue, between Waldemere and Hawthorne streets.  The facility replaces Bayside East, a 1960s-vintage structure that housed the administrative offices and outpatient services for Sarasota Memorial’s
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With the first airports accredited in August 2020, over 600 airports have registered for the programme so far. Credit: Pascal Meier / Unsplash. Airports Council International (ACI) World has prolonged its global Airport Health Accreditation programme, which is supported by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). Opened for airports to be re-accredited for another 12
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Cox’s Bazar – As a second wave of COVID-19 is ravaging South Asia, including Bangladesh, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) is working closely with the Government and the humanitarian community to ramp up the delivery of a wide range of support services for Rohingya refugees and host communities. “It is imperative to strengthen our
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OKHALDHUNGA: Former lawmaker and Nepali Congress’ youth leader Ramhari Khatiwada has provided 15 cylinders of oxygen and an oxygen concentrator to the health facilities of Okhaldhunga. Ten cylinders of oxygen were provided to the Rumjatar Hospital and five to Raniban Hospital. Similarly, an oxygen concentrator was handed over to Khijidemba Rural Municipality. At a time
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