October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we are sharing brief stories from some women living with breast #cancer .
If you live with breast cancer, or know someone with breast cancer, tell us your story.
Photo: Carolyn Taylor
Maternal mortality has fallen by 44% since 1990.
Maternal mortality is defined as the death of a woman during pregnancy, childbirth or within 6 weeks after birth.
Learn more from the latest WHO, , , report: http://goo.gl/BxyqVt
Remember: only take antibiotics a health professional has prescribed TO YOU.
Learn more: http://goo.gl/NiYrvQ
1.- Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America: Don’t continue surgical prophylactic antibiotics after the patient has left the operating room.
2.- Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America: Don’t continue antibiotics beyond 72 hours in hospitalized patients unless patient has clear evidence of infection.
3.- Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America: Don’t use antibiotics in patients with recent C. difficile without convincing evidence of need. Antibiotics pose a high risk of C. difficile recurrence.
4.- American Academy of Dermatology: Don’t routinely use antibiotics to treat bilateral swelling and redness of the lower leg unless there is clear evidence of infection.
5.-American Academy of Dermatology: Don’t routinely prescribe antibiotics for inflamed epidermal cysts.
6.- American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery: Avoid routine postoperative antibiotics.
7.- Infectious Diseases Society of America: Avoid prescribing antibiotics for upper respiratory infections.
8.- Infectious Diseases Society of America: Don’t treat asymptomatic bacteruria with antibiotics.
9.- American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery Foundation: Don’t routinely use perioperative antibiotics for elective tonsillectomy in children.
10.- American College of Emergency Physicians: Avoid prescribing antibiotics in the emergency department for uncomplicated sinusitis.
We have the research pharmaceutical composition formulation since 1998 Milliherb 40 preparation. 24 preparation has been registered to the POM (Food and Drug Administration of Indonesia.) Milliherb us mixture of herbs in a same effect of making herbal formula is greater than 25 kinds, so the herbs was able to reduce the dose (500 mg dry herbs) of herbal medicine and synergistic. The dose 500 mg / capsule dried herbs, use 3 - 6 times 1-2 capsules to cure and prevent diseases and symptoms was reduced after drinking for 10-15 minutes. The effectiveness is greater than 90%. In general, the failure was caused by drug withdrawal.. It is self and clinical medication.
Treatment: used MillialerG 3 - 6 times 1 - 2 capsules, Millifeksi 3 x 1 cap and Millimiritin & Milligesic oil 3 times15 drops each. The knock nerves with brush knock on nerves throughout the body with brush smeared with Milligesic cream, except the blister. Blister compress with Milligesic cream, replaced 2 times a day. The reduced symptoms and recover within 3 – 15 days, the healing; not develop blisters and pain due to herpes lost. MillialerG 3 x 1 capsul and Millimiristin daily for prevention. This herbal used to as antivirus.
To reduce TB’s overall burden, detection and treatment gaps need to be closed, funding shortfalls filled and new diagnostics, drugs and vaccines developed. Read more in our new Global tuberculosis report 2015: http://goo.gl/EwYRBM
Post your images (or someone you know of) here celebrating older age and challenging common misconceptions about ageing, using the hashtag #YearsAhead, and we might feature you on the WHO social media accounts!
Every year over 1.25 million people are killed on the world’s roads.
Most (90%) of these deaths occur in low and middle-income countries, even though these countries have only about half the world’s vehicles. Learn more with our #DataViz http://goo.gl/yjU5Bu
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It is responsible for providing leadership on global health matters, shaping the health research agenda, setting norms and standards, articulating evidence-based policy options, providing technical support to countries and monitoring and assessing health trends.
In the 21st century, health is a shared responsibility, involving equitable access to essential care and collective defense against transnational threats.