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· June, 2009

Stories about Health from June, 2009

Sri Lanka: No To Beef

Russia: Lingering high mortality rates

Myanmar: 1st H1N1 Case Confirmed

Kenya: The politics of Mass Male Circumcision

Jamaica, Barbados: Updates on H1N1

Trinidad & Tobago: R-E-S-P-E-C-T

Philippines: A(H1N1) panic continues to grow

Asia’s first A(H1N1)-related death is a Filipina from Metro Manila. This was confirmed by health authorities who also warned that 25 percent of the country’s 90 million population could be...

Philippines, Hong Kong: Swine flu and racial profiling

Bahrain: Making Changes

Trinidad & Tobago: H1N1

Palestine: Water Contamination In Gaza

Egypt: Between the Swine Flu and Approaching Plague

Terror and panic have gripped many Egyptians after the first case of H1N1 influenza, or Swine Flu, was detected in the country. The panic had actually started before the virus...

Trinidad & Tobago: Smelter & Democracy

Mexico: Water Shortages Affecting Nearly 2 Million Residents

Nearly two millions of citizens have been affected by the recent reduction of the water service in the Valley of Mexico. The Cutzamala System, which manages 20% of the drinking...

Bahrain: Equipped For Swine Flu?

Trinidad & Tobago: The Outsiders

Barbados: Tourism and H1N1

Paraguay: Governmental Response to Arrival of H1N1 Virus

New cases of the AH1N1 virus have been confirmed in Paraguay. The total people infected rose to 25, however, there have not been any deaths linked to the virus. Bloggers...

Cambodia: Health education

Trinidad & Tobago: Smelter Protest

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