diarrhea

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Several researchers have postulated a link between heavy rainfall and flooding--whether resulting from El Nino-associated events or from other meteorological impacts--and subsequent outbreaks of diarrhoeal diseases.
Influence of climate variation on diarrhoeal diseases has been evident in Pacific Islands also.
For South Africa for 2000 it was estimated that 84% (95% uncertainty interval 79-86%) of all deaths due to diarrhoeal diseases, or about 13 368 deaths, were attributable to unsafe WSH.
2% of which was caused by diarrhoeal diseases and 5.
increasing trend of diarrhoeal diseases remains a grave concern to the
Diarrhoeal diseases are not the only public health risks facing Pakistan's
Diarrhoeal diseases in India and other countries exist because of shortage of safe drinking water, inadequate sanitation & improper child- feeding habits
For almost past two decades ( since his retirement in 1995 from the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh), a two- storey CF- 198 building located on Kolkata's posh eastern fringes Salt Lake has been the home for this octogenarian Indian biologist -- the man who saved millions with his crucial oral solution.
ISLAMABAD -- Just a bit of effort can save the life of your child who may suffer from diarrhoeal diseases due to not washing hands before eating and after defecation.
7 billion cases, diarrhoeal diseases are also associated with a higher risk of stunting (low weight for age and developmental delay).
According to a 2013 study conducted with the World Health Organisation, 340,000 children under five years old had died because of diarrhoeal diseases - roughly there are 1,000 children dying every day because of lack of knowledge about basic hygiene.
Project actions will identify, implement, monitor, and evaluate adaptations to reduce likely future burdens of malaria, diarrhoeal diseases, and cerebrospinal meningitis (CSM), priority climate change-related health issues identified by national stakeholders.
children per day -- die from diarrhoeal diseases due to a lack of safe water, sanitation and basic
Significantly, the median incidence of diarrhoeal diseases in under five children in developing countries has not changed much since the early 1990s--it was 3.
New York, Mar 22 (Xinhua-ANI): The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) said Thursday that almost 90 percent of children deaths from diarrhoeal diseases are directly linked to contaminated water, lack of sanitation, or inadequate hygiene.