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USAID Global Health 12h
that since 2012, more than half of โ€™s & child survival priority countries have increased their domestic investments in health? Learn more in this yearโ€™s NEW report.
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Replying to @jay2406
I told you about paternal kins. Now, a few words on My kins. My mom's parents & kins are from an ancient & very reputed family. Of course, vegetarians. My mom (Latha) has 2 elder sisters (Kala & Geetha). Both are homemakers. But, My mom was an employee of Water Dept.
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PLOS Medicine Jun 18
ICYMI: Bo Fu & coll. analyse factors that may mediate associations between education and .
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Dr. Nancy Byatt Jun 13
My recent blog: Why Health is Everybodyโ€™s Business โ€“ and What We Can Do About It @UMassiSPARC
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Prof Joy Lawn 2h
Thanks to all especially and many others Yummy cakes for a good cause Grear that we can impact on our doorstep as well as worldwide
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EpiAFRIC 13h
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Most maternal deaths will be preventable if the health-care solutions to prevent or manage complications are developed. 's 2019 comes up in September. Interested? Apply here ๐Ÿ‘‰
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Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai 6h
"We found metabolites at birth that were predictive of developing years later and that point to and neonatal as potential risk factors," says Dr. Lauren Petrick. Learn more about her study:
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CS-SUNN Jun 18
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Melody Tan Jun 15
If you care at all about and health, you cannot ignore the devastating conditions on the Texas borderโ€”
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Nsabimbona Nadia Jun 17
meeting between , WHO,UNICEF and UNFPA to discus about joint activities on Health Coverage, Health and issues in#Madagascar on the 14th of June.
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qudsia uzma Jun 10
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The Kindness Project Jun 17
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MHTF Jun 17
Do power outages impact health? A study found an average of 8.5 outages per month yielded an ~18% increase in . Outage frequency and duration were associated with significantly lower odds of skilled attendance.
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HNN Jun 18
How are referrals for & care being increased in ? Through monetary incentives for . Read about this, & the quality improvements still needed, in a new study here:
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Lucy Marcil, MD Jun 14
US mortality has increased 50% in a generation. Hereโ€™s an effective intervention: provide for a second caregiver to flexibly take days off to support the mother.
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QuackTrack Jun 10
After 14 years as a midwife, Iโ€™m impatient about ending deaths.
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CMMB Jun 17
Did you know? Globally approximately 7,000 newborns die every day with about 1 million dying on the first day and close to 1 million dying within the next 6 days. โ€“ WHO Learn about our work in health and health today.
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Kathryn Lock Jun 18
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Dr. Ajoke Sobanjo-ter Meulen Jun 18
immunization Healthcare providers are the most influential factor in a patientโ€™s decision to receive immunization
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Naseem Miller Jun 17
Your and mortality news from around the web, curated with love and care: .
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