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Reports8 months ago
5K kidney failure patients may die in Yemen
Yemeni patients’ struggle for life is worsening amid the ongoing Saudi war, especially for those with chronic diseases such as kidney failure.
5K kidney failure patients may die in Yemen
Society10 months ago
US reportedly facing healthcare labor crisis
The United States is reportedly facing historic shortages in healthcare staff amid the coronavirus pandemic, which has taken the lives of over 700,000 people in the country so far
US reportedly facing healthcare labor crisis
Society10 months ago
Police killings of Black people in US under-reported by more than half: Study
The Lancet study says under-reporting of police killings “obfuscates and minimizes the larger public health issue” that has a disproportionate impact on the people of color.
Police killings of Black people in US under-reported by more than half: Study
Palestine11 months ago
Ex-Palestinian prisoner dies due to 'medical negligence' in Israeli jail
A former Palestinian prisoner dies from medical complications he suffered during his time in Israeli detention.
Ex-Palestinian prisoner dies due to 'medical negligence' in Israeli jail
Reportsone year ago
Suffering of Yemeni patients continues amid war and siege
Six years of war on Yemen and siege by the Saudi-led coalition has had devastating impact on the health sector of the poor country.
Suffering of Yemeni patients continues amid war and siege
Yemenone year ago
Yemeni patients call for immediate reopening of Sana'a airport
Yemeni patients with chronic diseases gather inside Sana'a International Airport to call for its reopening to end their suffering.
Yemeni patients call for immediate reopening of Sana'a airport
Yemenone year ago
Siamese twins at risk of death due to continuing siege
In a rare case, the second in Yemen in the past three years, a pair of conjoined twins were born in Al Sabeen Hospital in the Yemeni capital, Sana'a.
Siamese twins at risk of death due to continuing siege
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