Abortion Incidence and Mortality: Global and regional levels in 2008 and trends during 1990-2008
sex is the most important pathway to HIV infection, and it is a main risk factor for the global burden of disease.
12 ( ANI ): Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad on Monday said that it is the result of Centre's faulty policies that the Jammu region which was once considered safe has now become unsafe
Out of those unsafe
brands, two brands Aqua National and SN Pure Drinking Water have comparatively high levels of Arsenic ranging from 17.
According to the report, samples were collected from 25 locations in the capital and results showed that eight 32pc were safe while 17 68pc were unsafe
The World Health Organisation (WHO) says around 25 million unsafe
abortions are estimated to take place worldwide each year, almost all in developing countries.
Customs earlier received referral from related organisation that suspected unsafe
power banks were being supplied in the market.
To expose what still seems to be a well-kept secret by the FDA, she has written Unsafe
at Any Meal to provide consumers with the information they need to know.
Q: Is a gun unsafe
if it accepts a No Go headspace gauge?
They are concerned some of the PS400 Air Runner boards have unsafe
plugs which pose an electrocution risk.
9 million women in developing regions were treated for complications resulting from unsafe
abortion, according to new research by Susheela Singh and Isaac Maddow-Zimet of the Guttmacher Institute.
Across the North East, Sunderland had the highest homes with unsafe
gas appliances, one in seven were unsafe
, while Middlesbrough had the fewest number of homes with unsafe
gas appliances - one in 146.
AN alarming number of over-65s are drinking alcohol at unsafe
levels, health experts have said after they conducted a study which found one in five are drinking unhealthy amounts.
assignment, the one-time occurrence that could not be helped, is exceedingly rare.
Facility-based Treatment for Medical Complications Resulting from Unsafe
Pregnancy Termination in the Developing World, 2012: A Review of Evidence from 26 Countries