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While we have made much progress in reducing mortality related to diarrheal diseases, Pakistan still loses a large number of children related to pneumonia, prematurity and birth complications related to intrapartum events" said Professor Zulfiqar A Bhutta, the Founding Director of the Centre of Excellence in Women and Child Health at the Aga Khan University.
Between February 7, 2014, when PorCoV HKU15-OH1987 was first identified in Ohio (2), and April 9, 2014, the Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory of the Ohio Department of Agriculture received >2,000 swine samples from farms in 10 US states for diagnosis of diarrheal disease.
Global Handwashing Day is an initiative of the Global Public-Private Partnership for Hand Washing with Soap (PPPHW), a coalition formed by the Academy for Educational Development, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Colgate-Palmolive, International Centre for Diarrheal Disease Research, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Procter & Gamble, UNICEF, Unilever, USAID, The World Bank, the Water and Sanitation Program, and the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council.
However, most researchers agree that any risks from chlorination byproducts over a lifetime of drinking treated water are more than compensated for in developing countries by the reduced risk of death from diarrheal diseases at an early age.
An analysis of WHO's 1994-95 budget, done by economists Richard Wagner and Robert Tollison, found that WHO spending on meetings and its executive board equaled its spending on immunizations, tuberculosis, and diarrheal diseases combined.
This document lists the "most likely diseases during next sixty-ninety days (descending order): diarrheal diseases (particularly children); acute respiratory illnesses (colds and influenza); typhoid; hepatitis A (particularly children); measles, diphtheria, and pertussis (particularly children); meningitis, including meningococcal (particularly children); cholera (possible, but less likely).
For example, ingestion of the bacteria may reduce the severity and frequency of diarrheal diseases, as well as improve lactose digestibility among lactose-intolerant individuals.
Incidents of bilharzia, diarrheal diseases and malaria increased and surprisingly, nutrition has not improved as expected.
AIDS is now on the verge of moving into the top-five leading causes of death in the world, overtaking diarrheal diseases.
The iOWH received significant funding for this project from the Department for International Development (DfID) in the United Kingdom for research and development of medicines to treat diarrheal diseases.
He said PIMA is also striving to motivate and mobilize the community towards safe hygiene practices to improve the quality of life and prevent diarrheal diseases especially among children under five years of age.
Synlogic s technology platform could lead to new therapies for some of the most severe diarrheal diseases, the second-leading cause of death for children in developing countries.
Each year more than two million children in developing countries die from diarrheal diseases, which are caused by a wide range of bacterial, parasitic and viral pathogens.
Bank officials hope the work financed by the loan will also decrease child mortality rates related to respiratory and diarrheal diseases.
In recent years, some investigators have proposed that it offers protection against the bacteria causing cholera or similar diarrheal diseases.