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Pub bosses say many venues will close if the UK does not adopt the 1m rule endorsed by the WHO when lockdown is lifted.
Drawing the ire of President Trump has brought the World Health Organisation back into the public glare. But what exactly is the health body and how are they important in circumstances like the coronavirus pandemic?
The World Health Organisation has weighed in on the problem of online gaming addiction.
The WHO says no new cases have been reported in Madagascar since October.
SA is one of nine countries on high alert due to its trade and travel links with the country.
Mugabe's goodwill ambassador role was met with shock and condemnation.
Recently, Australia had the dubious honour of being labelled the 'nanny state capital of the world.' While places around
The specific accusations made against WHO are too numerous to list here, and I will outline only three. Firstly, there is proof of serious malpractice. WHO seems to have developed a collective allergy to innovative health solutions.
The 69th World Health Assembly (WHA) next week will see all eyes on the WHO again after a turbulent couple of years. Condemned for its failings in the global response to Ebola, stuck in a process of reform that everyone agrees is needed but no-one knows how, and on the brink of declaring yellow fever a public health emergency of international concern, things are hotting up for the election of the new Director General.
Experts say air pollution is 'wreaking havoc on human health'.