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La novità per la cura presentata allo Ieo di Veronesi dove 800 pazienti hanno raccontato le loro storie
Consigli utili a chi vuole prendersi cura di sé e dei propri cari - A cura della Federazione Nazionale Collegi Infermieri (Ipasvi)
Data di pubblicazione: 24/10/2012
Data ultimo aggiornamento: 28/05/2015
Eliminating the illicit trade in tobacco would generate an annual tax windfall of US$ 31 billion for governments, improve public health, help cut crime and curb an important revenue source for the tobacco industry. Those are the key themes of World No Tobacco Day on 31 May when WHO will urge Member States to sign the "Protocol to Eliminate the Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products". “The Protocol offers the world a unique legal instrument to counter and eventually eliminate a sophisticated criminal activity,” says Dr Margaret Chan, WHO Director-General. “Fully implemented, it will replenish government revenues and allow more spending on health.”→
Gli scienziati di Cambridge hanno ripreso un metodo che era stato messo a punto negli anni '90, ma era stato abbandonato, per un errore di calcolo sui tempi,...
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Dr Diallo Thierno Souleymane will never forget the phone call he received on 26 August 2014. A specialist in obstetrics and gynaecology, Dr Thierno was at work in the wards of the Ignace Deen Hospital in Conakry, Guinea when he got a call informing him that one of his patients had tested positive for Ebola. "Three days before, I examined her, wearing gloves, after she had suffered a stillbirth," recalls Dr Thierno. "Then I received the call telling me that she tested positive for Ebola. From that very moment I knew I had become a contact," says Dr Thierno. →
The conflict in Yemen is entering its 10th week and the numbers of dead and injured continue to grow. As always in conflict, it is innocent civilians that pay the highest price. Almost 2000 people have been killed and 8000 injured so far, including hundreds of women and children. The shelters housing internally displaced persons are full of stories of loss and survival. For example, 6-year-old Malak lost her mother and saw others around her die as her family fled the fighting and 65-year-old Fathiya lost 13 members of her family and is now the sole guardian of 3 grandchildren who survived. →
Lo studio dell 'Institute of Cancer Research , pubblicato su Cell. In 9 pazienti su 10 questo tipo di tumore presenta alterazioni genetiche che possono...
Il settore pesa sul Sistema Sanitario Nazionale per oltre 300 milioni di euro annui.
Risultati positivi di un metodo messo a punto negli anni '90 ma poi abbandonato
Lo ha stabilito l'Agenzia europea per la sicurezza alimentare nel primo studio condotto in Ue sulle conseguenze per la salute dell'assunzione di caffeina. I...
Presentata l'iniziativa del ministero che dovrebbe informare gli italiani sugli ostacoli che impediscono di fare figli e sulle scelte da attuare per superarli....
At first glance, Reigershoeve looks like a regular Dutch farm. Vegetables grow in raised beds, chickens lay eggs, and goats graze in the grass. But, Reigershoeve is more than a farm; it is home to 27 people living with dementia — a progressive brain disorder that makes it difficult to remember or perform everyday activities. In the Netherlands, small-scale care facilities, like Reigershoeve, are providing community living for people with dementia who can no longer be cared for within their own homes. →
The World Health Assembly closed today, with Director-General Dr Margaret Chan noting that it had passed several “landmark resolutions and decisions”. Three new resolutions were passed today: one on air pollution, one on epilepsy and one laying out the next steps in finalizing a framework of engagement with non-State actors. Delegates at the World Health Assembly adopted a resolution to address the health impacts of air pollution – the world’s largest single environmental health risk. Every year 4.3 million deaths occur from exposure to indoor air pollution and 3.7 million deaths are attributable to outdoor air pollution. This was the first time the Health Assembly had debated the topic.→
Uno studio coordinato dall'Università di Milano e pubblicato sulla rivista Plos One dimostra che gli effetti positivi sulla salute non sono un'esclusiva del...
The World Health Assembly today agreed resolutions to tackle antimicrobial resistance; improve access to affordable vaccines and address over- and under-nutrition.
Delegates at the World Health Assembly endorsed a global action plan to tackle antimicrobial resistance - including antibiotic resistance, the most urgent drug resistance trend. Antimicrobial resistance is occurring everywhere in the world, compromising our ability to treat infectious diseases, as well as undermining many other advances in health and medicine.
Centinaia di operatori si sono incontrati a Emergency Expo 2015 , la fiera nazionale dell'emergenza e della sicurezza
Lo rivela uno studio Usa sui topi da laboratorio. Colpa delle fluttuazioni di insulina
Voti, stelline e commenti online sui centri specializzati con lo stesso sistema usato dal portale web dei viaggi. Lo propone l'Authority britannica in nome di...→
"I just can’t remember how I got infected with Ebola," says Mohamed SK Sesay, the only survivor in a team of 8 lab technicians working at the Lassa fever laboratory at Kenema Government Hospital, Sierra Leone. Mohamed had been working in the hospital’s general laboratory when the outbreak started. He volunteered to learn how to test for Ebola in the hospital’s Lassa fever laboratory because the explosion of cases in the district meant there was an urgent need for more trained technicians able to test for Ebola.→
Delegates at the World Health Assembly made a series of decisions stemming from the 2014 Ebola virus disease outbreak. These give the WHO Secretariat the go-ahead to carry out structural reforms so it can prepare for and respond rapidly, flexibly and effectively to emergencies and disease outbreaks. Delegates at the 68th World Health Assembly welcomed WHO’s commitment to deep reforms of its emergency work, in particular by setting out clear and effective command and control mechanisms across all 3 levels of the Organization – headquarters, regional and country offices. →
Sul Sofosbuvir, che guarisce dalla malattia ma ha un costo proibitivo, scoppia un caso internazionale. Argentina, Brasile, Ucraina, Cina e Russia si muovono...
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"We had been treating all sorts of common cases here, including the number one killer disease – malaria – before the Ebola outbreak," says Adiatu. But in September, a patient being treated as a 'normal' case of fever and diarrhoea, turned out to be anything but 'normal'. In fact the patient had escaped from an Ebola treatment centre and brought the virus to the hospital. Three of Adiatu’s colleagues became ill, and each tested positive for Ebola. All three died. "I was very edgy when the first case happened, then the second and another. We were all very close and I also helped treat the patient. So I became extra vigilant for signs and symptoms of Ebola and was extremely careful at home."→
The World Health Assembly continued progress Friday, reaching agreements on polio eradication; further implementation of the International Health Regulations (2005); surgical care and medical products. Delegates at the World Health Assembly today agreed on a resolution in which Member States recommit to stopping polio and to preparing for the phased withdrawal of oral polio vaccines. →
“I started working at Elwa hospital as an emergency room nurse in March 2014, just as word began to spread about Ebola,” recalled Barbara Bono. “The virus was unknown to us. The only thing we heard at the time was that there is no cure and almost everyone who comes down with it dies.”→
Director-General Dr Margaret Chan and the President of the Sixty-eighth World Health Assembly, Dr Jagat Prakash Nadda, today led the World Health Assembly’s annual awards ceremony, presenting four prizes to leaders in public health. The Sasakawa Health Prize was given to the Childbirth with Dignity Foundation, which has helped transform the field of obstetrics in Poland. Women are now able to be accompanied by their partner during childbirth. They may also have visitors following delivery and are no longer separated from their babies. The Foundation proposes to use the prize money to continue, and further develop, its web-portal “GdzieRodzic.info” (“WhereToGiveBirth.info”), which includes a database of hospitals and maternity wards in Poland and provides information to expecting parents, and to maintain the Foundation’s database of hospitals. →
Lo studio del Centro Internazionale di Ingegneria Genetica e Biotecnologie di Trieste. Si tratta di un passaggio fondamentale per eradicare l'infezione. "Una...