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Regulator advises partial clean-up of radioactive dump in the Karoo
Regulator advises partial clean-up of radioactive dump in the Karoo
Correction: Nuke body did not advise clean-upThe Mail & Guardian reported...
WHO advises 8 weeks of safe sex after return from Zika areas
WHO advises 8 weeks of safe sex after return from Zika areas
People returning from areas where the Zika virus is found should follow safe sex practices or abstain from sex for at least eight weeks rather than...
When life gives you stompies, make bricks
When life gives you stompies, make bricks
Solving global cigarette butt waste could also radically transform the building industry, according to research coming out of Australia.
Polio cases could be wiped out within 12 months, says World Health Organisation
Polio cases could be wiped out within 12 months, says World Health Organisation
The World Health Organisation is confident polio is in its dying days and could be eradicated within 12 months, despite challenges in...
Ebola and Zika epidemics are driven by pathologies of society, not just a virus
Ebola and Zika epidemics are driven by pathologies of society, not just a virus
The global health threats posed by recent viral epidemics, such as avian flu, ...
#Unmask TB stigma with a selfie
#Unmask TB stigma with a selfie
Five years ago, on Christmas Eve, I was diagnosed with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis. I had to spend the festive season in isolation, away from...
WHO experts in Cape Verde to monitor Zika, microcephaly case
WHO experts in Cape Verde to monitor Zika, microcephaly case
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has dispatched a team to Cape Verde to monitor a Zika virus outbreak following the west African archipelago's...
Ebola clinic reopens in Guinea after virus resurfaces
Ebola clinic reopens in Guinea after virus resurfaces
A medical charity said Friday it had reopened its specialist Ebola clinic in southern Guinea to treat an infected woman and her child after the virus...
No cause for panic stations over SA Zika case, says expert
No cause for panic stations over SA Zika case, says expert
The visiting Colombian businessperson who was diagnosed with the Zika virus in South Africa last week is “completely well” and “poses no risk...

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