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Zika Virus Even Spreads Through Blood Transfusion: Report

Zika Virus Highlights: A wait of 28 days has been urged by US Red Cross for travelers to donate blood. Two people in the southeastern part of Brazil have been confirmed contracted Zika virus through blood transfusion. Zika virus is…

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Female Genital Cutting Estimated 200 Million Globally, Half In Indonesia: UNICEF

Female genital cutting is considered as a ritual practiced in Africa carried out from ancient time. In the Middle East the painful act came later. But a new global assessment documents reveal it is widespread in Asian country Indonesia. The…

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WHO Declares Zika Virus Outbreak A Global Emergency

Brazil says Zika virus outbreak is worst than believed and the World Health Organization (WHO) declared it as a global emergency on Monday due to lack of definitive evidence proving it is causing a surge in newborns with brain defects…

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Chinese Manufacturing Contracts Fastest In 3+ Years

China’s manufacturing sector contracted at rapid speed, and to the fastest pace in about more than three years. The outputs are missing market expectations, reveals official survey. Last month the Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) was at 49.4. In December it…

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Russian Warplane Violates Airspace Again: Turkey

Turkey said Saturday a Russian warplane has again violated the airspace even after radar warnings to the pilot in English as well as Russian languages. Releasing a press statement the Turkish Foreign Ministry said on Friday afternoon, at 11:46 a.m.…

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Shooting, Stabbing Kills 1, Injures 7 At Denver Motorcycle Expo

At least one person has been reported to have been killed and six to seven others injured in a shooting and stabbing incident at National Western Complex during Colorado Motorcycle Expo on Saturday. Denver police spokeswoman Raquel Lopez said the…

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Zika Virus Spreading Explosively In America: WHO

Mosquito-borne Zika virus disease is spreading could affect about four million people in United States, said World Health Organization (WHO) Thursday in Geneva. Addressing to the member of executive board of WHO, director-general Margaret Chan said the disease has reached…

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All Adults Must Get Screened For Depression Regularly: Guideline

In a new health guideline the Americans are suggested to have themselves screened for depression on regular basis, as a routine part of health care. The US Preventive Services Task Force writes in its published report in the Journal of…

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Britain Issues Travel Warning For Pregnant To Florida Citing Zika Virus

Britain has warned pregnant women to avoid traveling to Florida as some of the people returning from the country have Zika virus symptoms that includes fever, rash, conjunctivitis and headache. Zika virus is mosquito-borne disease and is highly dangerous for…

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Islamic State Releases Threatening Video To UK Revealing 9 Paris Attackers

Islamic State has released a video Sunday claiming to show the nine Paris attackers in their controlled region of Iraq and Syria before they killed 130 people last year on November 13 in the French capital. The militant group has…

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