Researchers say that rising rates of overweight and obesity — especially in the U.S. — will threaten the world's food security and environmental resources.
The World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday urged countries to better protect people with mental health conditions, as the Geneva-based organization launched a tool kit to assess and stop violations to their rights and dignity.
The carbon fumes that come out of the automobiles that runs all across the globe pose a significant effect on environment. It is a known fact that the carbon footprint of humans has increased over leaps and bounds in the past decade.
Authorities in Indonesia are facing a problem in implementing anti-smoking programmes, partly because many people still refuse to believe that smoking is bad for health.
World Health Organization (WHO) has declared that the sexually transmitted disease strain is indeed spreading and has been found in patients in Australia, France, Norway, Sweden and Britain.
A strain of gonorrhea that is resistant to the disease's only remaining treatment, cephalosporin antibiotics, has officials at the World Health Organization warning doctors around the world to step up their efforts to stop the disease.
ISLAMABAD: World Health Organization (WHO) has expressed serious concern over nominal increase in the federal excise duty (FED) on cigarettes and withdrawal of excise duty on cigarette rods with no restoration of the supervised clearance system at the multinational companies.