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Chronic Disease Must Be Addressed In Syria Crisis

“In the midst of a bloody civil war, the biggest killer in Syria may not be the one you expect: chronic disease,” Jerusha Murugen, a research associate for global health, economics, and development at the Council on Foreign Relations, writes in CNN’s “Global Public Square” (GPS) blog. “For many thousands…

IPS Series Examines Omission Of Disabilities From International Development Guidelines

Inter Press Service has published a two-part series “exploring disability’s place in international development guidelines.” In part one, the news service examines the repercussions of omitting disability from the international development agenda, particularly the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and discusses challenges faced in the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake in…

Blog Post Examines ‘Four Phases Of Global Health’

In a BMJ Group Blogs post, Richard Smith, former editor of the BMJ and director of the United Health Group’s chronic disease initiative, writes “about the four phases of global health,” first described by Peter Piot, director of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and discussed last week…

Cancer Scientists Publish Commentary Describing Path Forward For Research, Prevention

Science Translational Medicine on Wednesday published a commentary “authored by Harold Varmus, Nobel prize-winning director of the National Cancer Institute in the U.S., and by Harpal Kumar, CEO of Cancer Research U.K., on behalf of leading [cancer research] institutions from Australia to Argentina and Taiwan to Turkey,” in which they describe a…

WHO Calls For Images of Smoking-Related Diseases on Cigarette Packaging

In an effort to increase the public’s awareness of the health consequences of cigarettes, the WHO on Friday called on international governments to require that cigarette packages feature images of the harmful effects smoking can have on the body, the AP/Google.com reports.

Advocates Say Nigeria Should Consider Photo Health Warnings On Cigarettes; WHO Honors Malaysia for Tobacco Regulation

In honor of 2009 World No Tobacco Day Nigerian Heart Foundation President Oluyomi Adeyemi-Wilson spoke at an event in Lagos, Nigeria, on Sunday where he called for members of the National Assembly to pass a new bill requiring that cigarette manufacturers print pictorial and graphical health warnings on the packages of cigarettes – an effort supported by the WHO, Vanguard/allAfrica.com reports.

Also In Global Health News: Indonesia To Host AIDS Congress; Smoking Ban in Ghana

Indonesia To Host International Congress On AIDS Indonesia will host the 9th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific region, August 3 – 13 in Bali, organizers of the event announced Wednesday, Xinhua reports. Indonesia was selected to host the congress because it “was one of the first…