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Lumpy skin disease (LSD) is a viral illness that affects cattle and water buffalo. It has a low fatality rate, but it can cause severe animal welfare difficulties and production losses. Biting insects, such as certain types of flies, mosquitoes, and possibly ticks, are the primary carriers of the disease. Fomites can also spread the...
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Pakistan and its neighbor Afghanistan are the last two countries to be hit by the polio epidemic. This is unsurprising given that North Waziristan shares a western border with Afghanistan that is almost indecipherable to people and animals. After a year and a half of polio-free Pakistan, there was some hope that the decades-long war...
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Climate change and related disasters induce anxiety-related emotions as well as persistent and severe mental health issues in humans. Increased anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorders have been related to flooding and prolonged droughts. Trauma and losses associated with a disaster, such as the loss of a home or employment, as well as being cut...
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This disease is known as monkeypox because it was initially discovered in laboratory monkeys in 1958, although it is thought to spread to humans via wild animals like rats or sick individuals. A few thousand cases occur throughout Africa on an annual basis, mostly in the western and central sections of the continent. However, incidences...
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PAMI has written an official letter to the current Prime Minister Mian Shehbaz Sharif and Health Minister Abdul Qadir Patel requesting them to take notice of the illegitimate appointment of PMC members by the previous Prime Minister and to appoint legitimate merit-based members instead.   #Pami #Pakistan #PM #HealthMinister #PMC
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Summers are a good time to think about how to avoid dehydration and heat illness. Thousands of people die in Pakistan due to heat-related illnesses.  The sad reality is that most of these deaths could have been avoided if the sufferers had a better understanding of dehydration and heat-related sickness. Rising temperatures have been overtaking...
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The most catastrophic heat-related sickness is heatstroke. When the body can’t regulate its temperature, it rises quickly, the perspiration process malfunctions, and the body can’t cool down. Within 10 to 15 minutes after a heat stroke, the body temperature can reach 106°F or more. If not treated immediately, heatstroke can result in death or lifelong...
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Ramadan is a wonderful time for introspection, self-improvement, kindness and spirituality – and fasting is one of the Holy Month’s main pillars. In Ramadan, muslims fast from dawn to dark. Experts have also discovered that limiting food intake during the day can assist to prevent health issues including high cholesterol, heart disease, and obesity as...
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Many people look forward to the warm temperatures, longer days and blooming flowers and trees that spring brings. This season, however, can be a source of agony for more than 300 million people who suffer from allergic rhinitis, including pollen allergies. Pollen Pollen is a very thin powdered material with a yellowish hue. It’s produced...
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Every year, we observe the World Tuberculosis Day to increase public awareness of the disease’s terrible health, social, and economic implications, and to intensify efforts to stop the global TB epidemic. The date commemorates the announcement by Dr. Robert Koch in 1882 that he had found the bacteria that caused tuberculosis, paving the path for...
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