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Globe Business boosts healthcare industry in PH

Globe Business boosts healthcare industry in PH

WITH THE HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY FORUM HOSTED BY GLOBE TELECOM’S ICT ARM, COMPANIES LEARN THE IMPORTANCE OF ICT IN THE ADVANCEMENT OF HEALTHCARE DELIVERY IN THE COUNTRY @inquirerdotnet 04:24 PM April 4th, 2016

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Climate crime? 47 firms told to answer rights raps

Climate crime? 47 firms told to answer rights raps

SMOG OVER METRO MANILA As seen from San Mateo, Rizal province, thick smog—a toxic mix of vehicle exhaust, emissions from factories and other sources of air pollution—covers vast stretches of Metro Manila and environs.

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Migrant crisis: More than 120 bodies wash up on Libyan shores in one month

Migrant crisis: More than 120 bodies wash up on Libyan shores in one month

Tripoli: More than 120 bodies of migrants who died trying to cross the Mediterranean to Europe have washed up around Sabratha in western Libya this month, the city's mayor says. Hussein Thwadi said bodies had washed up on a daily basis, with 53 found on a single day last week.

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Baguio tourism may suffer as dengue cases shoot up

Baguio tourism may suffer as dengue cases shoot up

BAGUIO CITY — Baguio tourism might suffer from the high incidence of dengue in the city

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Rare tornado pummels Manila

Rare tornado pummels Manila

A RARE tornado hit some parts of Manila on Sunday afternoon, tearing off roofs and spinning debris into the air, a radio report said. No was reported injured in the brief violent windstorm that has scared many residents in Manila, DZMM reported.

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Maguindanao health officials note hike in dengue cases, call on public to seek early consultation

Maguindanao health officials note hike in dengue cases, call on public to seek early consultation

SHARIFF AGUAK, Maguindanao – A health official reminded the public to seek medical assistance immediately and not wait until patients are in critical condition.

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Health conditions worsen as aid trickles into remote Haiti

Health conditions worsen as aid trickles into remote Haiti

Associated Press / 12:12 PM October 11, 2016 DAME MARIE, Haiti — In this most western tip of Haiti, 300 patients with festering wounds lay silently on beds at the main hospital in the seaside village of Dame Marie waiting for medicine a week after Hurricane Matthew hit the remote peninsula. Among the injured was Beauvoir Luckner, a cobbler and farmer who walked 12 kilometers (7 miles) in three days after a tree crushed his leg and killed his mother when it fell on their house. His leg might have to be amputated, but all doctors can do is clean his wounds because the hospital has run out of everything, including pain killers.

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At least 1.4 million need aid in Haiti after Matthew: UN

At least 1.4 million need aid in Haiti after Matthew: UN

by Agence France-Presse October 11, 2016 The storm left at least 372 dead in the impoverished Caribbean nation, with the toll likely to rise sharply as rescue workers reach previously inaccessible areas. Matthew leveled homes, fouled water sources and killed livestock, with victims pleading for help to arrive quickly.

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WHO advises proper washing, no shaving in fight against hospital superbugs

WHO advises proper washing, no shaving in fight against hospital superbugs

Published November 3, 2016 7:54am By KATE KELLAND, Reuters LONDON - Patients going for surgery should bathe or shower beforehand but their surgical site should not be shaved, and antibiotics should be used to prevent infections before and during surgery, but not afterwards, the World Health Organization said on Thursday.

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