"All persons - adults and children - travelling to India from Pakistan after January 30, 2014, are required to obtain oral polio vaccination at least six weeks prior to their departure to India," an advertisement issued by the Indian High Commission said on Thursday.
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IARC experts said they expected "a substantive increase" in cancer cases worldwide, with annual new cases predicted to rise to 19.3 million by 2025 as the global population both grows and ages.
WHO said in its report that expanded prevention and control measures helped produce declines in malaria deaths and illness.
Dementia already affects 44 million people worldwide and this is set to reach 135 million by 2050.
'Doctors without Borders' is extending its activities to continue to treat the wounded and provide health services to around 14,000 displaced people in Bangui.
Each year between 2003 and 2010, an average of about 9,500 infants and toddlers came to U.S. emergency rooms with high-chair-related injuries.
Couples who reach an agreement between themselves will be able to divorce one another by applying to city municipalities.
ICRC has warned that the CAR could soon experience serious food shortages.
The number of people infected by the Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) is spreading across the Middle East region.
The findings could have implications for millions of people who take vitamin D pills and other supplements to ward off illness.
Alzheimer's Disease International (ADI) warned that by 2050 more than 70 percent of dementia sufferers will be living in poorer countries.
Energetic 99 year old man digs enormous stones in the garden almost in his own weigh and put up a wall with this stones.
The D-8 is a group of eight developing nations with large Muslim populations established in Turkey in 1997 with the aim of fostering economic cooperation.
The White House chief of staff said that 1 million new visitors had checked out the HealthCare.gov website.
Two people infected with MERS virus in Qatar have died.
Obama announced a boost to funding for research into HIV/AIDS prevention.
As many as 500 thousand people suffer a spinal cord injury (SCI) every year and are two to five times more likely to die prematurely, with worse survival rates in low - and middle - income countries, says World Health Organization (WHO).
With the huge majority of votes, Croatians decided to ban by the constitution same sex marriages.
A generally active life was tied to better heart health and greater longevity...
All the top tobacco companies are investing in e-cigarettes, which some analysts have predicted may outsell conventional cigarettes in 10 years.
With about 6 million people infected with the virus - more than 10 percent of the population - South Africa carries the world's heaviest HIV/AIDS caseload