Also in Global Health news: Hospital births in Guinea-Bissau.

All rights reserved.. Also in Global Health news: Hospital births in Guinea-Bissau; drought in E. Africa; drug-resistant malaria; U.S. Response to H1N1 IRIN Examines Increasing Number Of Hospital Births In Guinea-Bissau IRIN examines the upsurge in the number of women having a baby in hospital settings instead of delivery by a traditional birth attendant – a behavior that health officials hope will result in a drop in the country’s maternal mortality price. ‘According to UNFPA, 38 % of women gave birth in a hospital in 2009 2009, up from 29 % in 2003,’ the news service writes. Drought Compromises Living Conditions For People Of East Africa The failure of rains to fall during East Africa’s rainy season for the sixth year in a row is usually causing devastation to the people of the region, Oxfam said, BBC reviews .But, as NCL President Linda Golodner described, ‘[p]roducts with the ‘natural’ labeling aren’t required for legal reasons to contain only 100 percent natural ingredients.’ Just how can tell for certain when food is ‘organic’ or ‘organic?’ Well, when you get the actual product refreshing – pomegranates, for example – rather than prepackaged, you know for certain it’s completely what it is said to be.

Great things about Joining Fitness Club The increasing number of gyms, fitness and well-being clubs proves that folks these days are actually even more conscious in staying and keeping their minds and bodies healthy.