The World Health Organization (WHO) is today (August 28) issuing a "roadmap" to guide and coordinate the international response to the outbreak of Ebola virus disease in West Africa.
The aim is to stop ongoing Ebol
The World Health Organization (WHO) is set to host a three-day conference in Geneva aiming to help countries better protect human health from risks associated with climate change.
The first Global Conference on Health and Climate
The World Health Organization (WHO) has been appalled by the continuing trend for healthcare facilities, staff and vehicles to come under direct fire in Gaza since the escalation of violence on July 8.
Sustained calm is need
The World Health Organization (WHO) has released new treatment guidelines for the almost 20 million children under-five worldwide who have severe acute malnutrition.
Severe acute malnutrition is when children suffer severe w
The world will be short of 12.9 million healthcare workers by 2035; today, that figure stands at 7.2 million, according to a report released by the World Health Organization (WHO).
The report, A Universal Truth: No health without
Three more people in Saudi Arabia have become infected with the Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) coronavirus and one has died, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said yesterday, and it also confirmed the first MERS case in Oman.
The Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS) is not a "public health emergency of international concern", the emergency committee of the World Health Organization said.
Its 15 international experts issued a un
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has issued a global alert about the emergence of a new virus that was previously unknown in humans and can cause a potentially fatal acute respiratory infection.
The virus belongs to a family ca
Polycom, a leader in unified communications and International Virtual e-Hospital (IVeH) have partnered on a new model that enables medical experts to collaborate via video and share expertise across 35 healthcare and academic instit
The World Health Organisation (WHO) called on Wednesday for an immediate halt to the use of blood tests to detect active tuberculosis, saying they were faulty and leave millions of people at risk.
Production of the test kits, WHO officials