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WHO emphasises how the arts can improve health

WHO emphasises how the arts can improve health

Can we dance our way to better health? For the first time, there has been a comprehensive review of the connections between art and...
WHO joins coalition for free digital access to health research

WHO joins coalition for free digital access to health research

WHO announces it is the first of the United Nations agencies to join a coalition of research funders and charitable foundations supporting free digital...

The rise of measles in Europe: social media taking responsibility

A recent global rise of measles has seen a number of American states declare a state of emergency and the World Health Organisation (WHO)...
Promoting global health: WHO announces four new goodwill ambassadors

Promoting global health: WHO announces four new goodwill ambassadors

The World Health Organization has appointed four new goodwill ambassadors to further uphold and expand upon the diverse environment of global health. Geneva, Switzerland: World...
Universal health coverage - Smarter research & development to tackle global health priorities

Universal health coverage – Smarter research & development to tackle global health priorities

WHO’s new Science Division launched an online resource to guide the development of Universal health coverage to further help combat global health priorities. An essential...
Discover the first guidance regarding digital health technologies

Discover the first guidance regarding digital health technologies

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has released its first guidance on digital health technologies for health workers, policy makers and vendors – it’s time...
WHO triple billion target updates: unveiling new health reforms

WHO triple billion target updates: unveiling new health reforms

Working on improving universal health coverage and healthier populations, the WHO triple billion target will undergo a wide range of reforms – but can...
Refugees and migrants at higher risk of falling ill

According to WHO refugees and migrants at higher risk of falling ill

The first-ever Report on the health of refugees and migrants in the WHO European Region reveals that refugees and migrants are at higher risk...
Its time the world hears more about Universal Health Coverage

It’s time the world hears more about Universal Health Coverage

Universal Health Coverage (UHC) is the much needed movement whereby all individuals and communities receive health services without suffering financial hardship. Today, 12 December 2018,...
United Nations agencies call for ban on virginity testing

United Nations agencies call for ban on virginity testing

A global call to eradicate virginity testing, which is medically unnecessary & often painful, has been announced by United Nations agencies. Virginity testing, a gynaecological...
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: time to accelerate progress

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: time to accelerate progress

Global health organisations committed to collaboratively accelerate the growth of achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Orchestrated by the World Health Organization, the initiative...
New WHO guidelines aim to reduce high caesarean section rates

New WHO guidelines aim to reduce high caesarean section rates

First ever guidelines created regarding non-clinical interventions designed to reduce worldwide increase in caesarean section rates. The World Health Organization (WHO) has designed new guidelines...

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