According to several reports, monkeypox caused the man’s nose tissue to die – You can see the disturbing photo here
The World Health Organisation has faced under immense criticism, with many claiming the name monkepox has racist connotations to it
New guidance on Monkeypox, shared by the WHO this week, has been colloquially dubbed as a ‘sex lockdown’ by critics.
Amid monkeypox being hailed a ‘global healthy emergency’, the WHO warn that children are ‘high risk’ of contracting ‘severe’ complications.
Luke Shannahan said he spent the last three weeks under quarantine grappling with the monkeypox symptoms
The World Health Organisation’s emergency committee had previously struggled to reach a consensus on classifying monkeypox
The World Health Organization accused the tobacco industry of causing widespread deforestation, spewing out plastic and chemical waste.
A handful of cases of monkeypox have now been reported in Europe or are suspected, BUT should South Africa be worried?
WHO says they have enough vaccines and will not order from Aspen, although the plant will close after receiving no Covid-19 vaccine orders.
The World Health Organisation “strongly recommends” Paxlovid for patients but South Africa is yet to approve the pill.
‘The world is not treating all human race the same way,’ said Pedros Ghebreyesus as he discussed Ukraine’s wide coverage compared to other world crises.
New data from the World Health Organisation shows that every corner of the globe is dealing with air pollution.
With the pandemic going into its third year – WHO has set out three possible scenarios that COVID-19 might follow in 2022.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) acknowledges that COVID-19 cases and deaths have declined, but says the virus evolves
The Grammys has been ‘indefinitely postponed’ and the Sundance Film Festival will follow the virtual route.
With COVID entering its third year, the world’s New Year’s Eve plans have been impacted by the pandemic for a second year in a row.
The World Health Organisation has warned that blanket booster programmes in richer countries risk prolonging the battle with COVID-19.
With the emergence of the new COVID-19 variant, Omicron, the pressure is on the government to introduce a vaccine mandate.
There’s a growing number of adults living with diabetes and it could see over half a billion adults living with the disease by 2045.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) warned about a looming shortage of syringes of up to two billion due to the overwhelming demand of COVID-19 vaccines.
Most TB cases occur in just 30 countries, many of them in poorer nations in Africa and Asia, more than half of all new cases are in adult men