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New platform to get Indian antibiotic manufacturers to follow safety norms and reduce drug resistance.
Public health issues, infectious or otherwise, and ranging from vaccination to pollution dominated 2019.
An HIV outbreak in Pakistan in which 700 children tested positive attributed to unsafe injections, transfusions.
Using molecule inhibitors, researchers were able to block malaria parasite’s ability to spread infection.
Global tobacco use is on the decline but the Western Pacific, including China, is bucking the trend, says WHO.
Concern for food safety rises as ‘supermarketisation’ overtakes traditional wet markets in Asia.
Since snake venom differs according to species and location India needs specific antivenoms, says study.
Asia Pacific must lift three million people out of hunger every month to achieve zero hunger by 2030, says UN.
Funding is the main obstacle to achieving the UN goal of universal health care by 2030, writes Crispin Maslog.
Low vaccination rates blamed for measles outbreak in Samoa which has killed 48 under-four children.
Infected mosquitoes with Wolbachia bacteria are less capable of transmitting dengue.