Germany and Poland discuss new action to prevent swine fever

HAMBURG (Reuters) – Germany and Poland are discussing new action to prevent the spread of the pig disease African swine fever (ASF) in wild boars in Poland close to the German border including border fences and increased hunting of the animals, Germany’s agriculture ministry said on Tuesday. FILE PHOTO: Pigs are seen in a piggery at a village near Warsaw …

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WHO expects further spread of new coronavirus in China

Passengers wearing masks are seen at Shanghai railway station in Shanghai, China January 21, 2020. REUTERS/Aly Song GENEVA (Reuters) – The World Health Organisation said on Tuesday that the new coronavirus was likely to spread to other parts of China and possibly other countries in coming days. “More cases should be expected in other parts of China and possibly other …

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Pregnancy Loss Can Lead to Postraumatic Stress

Women experienced moderate to severe depression, moderate to severe anxiety, or posttraumatic stress a month following early pregnancy loss from miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy, and for some patients, these stress-related conditions persisted at 9 months, according to findings published online December 13, 2019, in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Early pregnancy loss is known to lead to anxiety …

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WHO says expects further spread of new coronavirus in China

Passengers wearing masks are seen at Shanghai railway station in Shanghai, China January 21, 2020. REUTERS/Aly Song GENEVA (Reuters) – The World Health Organisation said on Tuesday that the new coronavirus was likely to spread to other parts of China and possibly other countries in the coming days. “More cases should be expected in other parts of China and possibly …

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Taiwan confirms first case of infection from new coronavirus

TAIPEI (Reuters) – Taiwan has confirmed the first case of infection from the new coronavirus, the government said on Tuesday. A woman in her 50s from central Taiwan tested positive, the Taiwan Centres for Disease Control said. The woman had been to the Chinese city of Wuhan, it said, where there has been an outbreak of pneumonia believed to be …

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Infections Account for 13% of All Cancer Cases

An estimated 13% of all cancer cases in 2018 may be attributable to infections, concludes a new global survey. This extrapolates to about 2.2 million cancer cases that were diagnosed worldwide, corresponding to an age-standardized incidence rate (ASIR) of 25 cases per 100,000 person-years. The primary causes were Helicobacter pylori, human papillomavirus (HPV), hepatitis B virus (HBV), and hepatitis C …

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Posthumous sperm donation should be allowed, say UK experts

LONDON (Reuters) – Men in Britain should be allowed to donate sperm after they die to meet growing demand from couples seeking fertility treatment, medical experts say. FILE PHOTO: Frozen sperm preserved in a cooled container in a laboratory in Paris, France, September 13, 2019. Picture taken September 13, 2019. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann Posthumous sperm donation is technically feasible and morally …

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Virus outbreak prompts Chinese travel firms to offer free cancellations

SHANGHAI/BEIJING (Reuters) – Chinese travel booking platforms from Trip.com (TCOM.O) to Alibaba Group’s (BABA.N) Fliggy said on Tuesday they would offer free cancellations on bookings made for Wuhan amid mounting fears over a viral outbreak in the central Chinese city. Passenger walks past a thermal screening as she arrives at international arrival terminal of Soekarno Hatta airport near Jakarta, Indonesia, …

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Philippines investigates suspected case of Chinese virus

MANILA (Reuters) – Philippine health authorities are investigating the case of a five-year old Chinese boy with a travel history to Wuhan, the central city where a new coronavirus was first discovered, after he showed flu-like symptoms before arriving in the country. Health Secretary Francisco Duque said the boy tested positive for coronavirus, but it could not be ascertained what …

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New H5N6 bird flu hits swans in China’s Xinjiang: ministry

BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s agriculture ministry said on Tuesday it had found the highly pathogenic H5N6 strain of avian flu in swans in its western Xinjiang region. The case is the fourth this month of the strain in swans in Xinjiang. The ministry said 19 swans had died in a reservoir that were inhabited by around 150 birds. Reporting by …

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China confirms 291 cases of new coronavirus as of January 20: state media

BEIJING (Reuters) – China confirmed 291 cases of patients infected with the new coronavirus as of Jan. 20, state media reported Tuesday. There are now 270 confirmed cases in Hubei province, home to the central city of Wuhan, where the majority of the patients have been. Other cases have been found in Beijing, Shanghai and southern Guangdong province. Reporting by …

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China virus fears grow as human transmission and fourth death confirmed

BEIJING (Reuters) – With millions of Asians traveling on Tuesday for the Lunar New Year holiday, authorities in China confirmed that a new virus could be spread through human contact, reporting 15 medical staff had been infected and a fourth person had died. A woman wearing a mask walks along a street in Beijing, China January 21, 2020. REUTERS/Jason Lee …

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Air transit hub UAE ready to handle coronavirus cases: ministry

DUBAI (Reuters) – The United Arab Emirates, a major international transit hub, has made sure its airports and ports are ready to handle coronavirus cases following an outbreak of a new virus in China, state news agency WAM reported. More than 200 people have caught the virus, which can cause a type of pneumonia, and four people have died, Chinese …

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New China virus: ‘Wash your hands, be honest with your doctors’

With a new virus spreading in China and beyond, a public health expert gives some advice on how to avoid catching the contagion and urges the public to be honest with their doctors. Gabriel Leung, chair of public health at Hong Kong University, was giving a press briefing on his team’s research into the spread of the virus which originated …

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