• Ethiopia brands WHO chief's Tigray comments 'unethical'

    The spokeswoman for Ethiopia's prime minister told journalists that the comments by WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus were “unbecoming of such a high-profile position”. Billene Seyoum suggested that Dr Tedros, himself an ...

  • Ethiopia calls WHO chief's comments on Tigray "unethical"

    Ethiopia’s government is criticizing as “unethical” the statement by the World Health Organization’s director-general that the crisis in the country’s Tigray region is “the worst disaster on Earth” and his assertion that the lack of attention from global leaders may be due to Tigrayans’ skin color. The spokeswoman for Ethiopia’s prime minister on Thursday told journalists that the comments by WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus were “unbecoming of such a high-profile position.”

  • Ethiopia calls WHO chief's comments on Tigray “unethical”

    NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Ethiopia’s government is criticizing as “unethical” the statement by the World Health Organization’s director-general that the crisis in the country’s Tigray region is “the worst disaster on Earth” and his assertion that the lack of attention from global leaders may be due to Tigrayans’ skin color.

  • Ethiopia calls WHO chief's comments on Tigray “unethical”

    Ethiopia’s government is criticizing as “unethical” the statement by the World Health Organization’s director-general that the crisis in the country’s Tigray region is “the worst disaster on Earth” and his assertion that the lack of global attention is due to Tigrayans’ “color of the skin.”

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    WHO boss says 'color of skin' behind lack of help for Tigray

    The World Health Organization's director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has suggested that racism is behind a lack of international attention being paid to the plight of civilians in Ethiopia's war-shattered Tigray region.

  • Ethiopia calls WHO chief's comments on Tigray "unethical"

    Ethiopia's government is criticizing as 'œunethical'� the statement by the World Health Organization's director-general that the crisis in the country's Tigray region is 'œthe worst disaster on Earth'� and his assertion that the lack of global attention is due to Tigrayans' 'œcolor of the skin.'�

  • A Timeline of Ezra Miller's Recent Controversies

    Ezra Miller first stepped onto the scene with their feature film debut in 2008's Afterschool and their breakout role in 2012's The Perks of Being a Wallflower, but recently, The Flash actor's career has been overshadowed by their numerous public ...

  • COVID-positive staff at Providence work under certain conditions

    If a caregiver tests positive five days after their first positive test, they can return to work if they have been fever-free for 24 hours and have other symptoms that are resolving, though they are restricted to treating patients who are also testing positive, according to Steven Buck, executive director of communications at Providence.

  • Double ‘mission’ for killer lymphocytes, thus killing cancer cells

    They are called Natural Killer T lymphocytes, they are soldiers of the immune system that can be ‘trained’ and transformed into increasingly sophisticated anti-cancer ‘hit men’. With a double ‘mission’: to eliminate the cells that suppress the tumor microenvironment, and the new ability to directly kill the neoplastic cells. A team of Italian scientists has […]

  • Diversified Healthcare Trust (DHC): These Shares are Poised for Major Movement

    Let’s start up with the current stock price of Diversified Healthcare Trust (DHC), which is $1.75 to be very precise. The Stock rose vividly during the last session to $1.94 after opening rate of $1.89 while the lowest price it went was recorded $1.86 before closing at $1.87.Recently in News on August 3, 2022, Diversified … Diversified Healthcare Trust (DHC): These Shares are Poised for Major Movement Read More »

  • Santa Barbara Doctors Answer Questions About Monkeypox Outbreak

    Pacific Pride Foundation sponsors town hall about the virus and what to do if you think you have it.

  • Do you still have to wear a mask? Why Some Health Experts Say You Might Want – NBC Chicago

    As COVID guidelines continue to ease in the US, should you still wear a mask? Although mask mandates are no longer in place, there are still guidelines that experts recommend Read More →

  • Walmart expands abortion and related travel coverage for its employees

    NEW YORK (AP) — Walmart, the nation’s largest employer, is expanding its abortion coverage for employees after staying largely mum on the issue for months following the Supreme Court ruling that scrapped a nationwide right to abortion. In a memo sent to employees on Friday, the company said its healthcare plans will now cover abortion […]

  • MCT Oil Benefits and Side Effects – According to Science

    You may have heard of MCT oil, a relatively new supplement that takes the form of a colorless oil. MCT oil isn’t just a passing health trend, but a proven benefit to brain and gut health. MCT stands for medium-chain triglycerides, which are one of the easiest types of fat to digest and break down fo

  • what are the causes and how to prevent it

    Especially during the summer, some people suffer from hyperhidrosisthat is of excessive sweat production. The glands, in these cases, are hyperactive and they overreact to stimulisecreting fluids to regulate body temperature even when not needed. Tips for managing hyperhidrosis Sweating is completely normal, as well as a mechanism necessary for the regulation of body temperature … The post what are the causes and how to prevent it first appeared on SparkChronicles.

  • Overdose Awareness Day on Aug. 24 will offers ‘hope and help’

    Press Release, GCASA BATAVIA – Christopher Budzinack has a straightforward reason for agreeing to speak at next Wednesday’s Overdose Awareness Day: To show those affected by substance use disorder that there is hope and there is help. “As a person in long-term recovery, I know first-hand how important these services are and I want to […] The post Overdose Awareness Day on Aug. 24 will offers ‘hope and help’ first appeared on Orleans Hub.

  • Patrick Swayze's 'constant' symptom due to the 'rare' cancer that killed him - 'why me'

    WITH what would have been actor Patrick Swayze's 70th year, many fans are reflecting on the star's hugely successful career and his death back in 1952 after a battle with pancreatic cancer. Despite the sad circumstances surrounding his death, Swayze turned the world's attention to the lack of early detection and treatment for a particularly deadly cancer. Here we examine how the cancer spreads, the symptoms to spot and how it affected the Dirty Dancing star.

  • CVS Health Corporation (CVS): At $103.39, It’s Worth Your Attention

    CVS Health Corporation (NYSE:CVS) price on Friday, August 19, fall -0.24% below its previous day’s close as a downside momentum from buyers pushed the stock’s value to $103.39. A look at the stock’s price movement, the level at last check in today’s session was $103.64, moving within a range at $102.73 and $104.89. The beta … CVS Health Corporation (CVS): At $103.39, It’s Worth Your Attention Read More »

  • Survivors of gender-based violence need money to stay safe — but have a median of $0 in savings, new report says

    Survivors of gender-based violence say they need an average of $1,567 just to meet their needs and stay safe. But they often have dramatically less to work with, reporting a median of zero dollars in savings. That precarity was detailed to the national organization FreeFrom, which works to create pathways to financial security for survivors […]