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Depression is real!

A PERSON who goes through depression would wish it were not real. What could be more miserable than feeling paralyzed and hopeless while you are still alive? You know you still exist, but you are overpowered by extreme sadness. You can’t admit it for fear that relatives and friends might not understand and say you’re crazy. You can’t say you need help because you were used to being so independent, and you certainly don’t want to be “a burden.” You isolate yourself because you dread to hear things that will make you even sadder and more pessimistic. Rising from your bed is a challenge, and you start to entertain suicidal thoughts.

The Department of Health (DoH) is now worrying over the threat of indoor air pollution in the rural areas.

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Following the recommendation of the World Health Organization (WHO), the Department of Health (DoH) is set to hire about 25,000 health workers.

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The World Health Organization (WHO) published a list of the 12 bacteria which pose the greatest threat to human health because they are resistant to antibiotics. About 700,000 people around the world die annually due to drug-resistant infections. By 2050, if it is left without any actions, 10 million people will be killed, which could become a top cause of death, a bigger threat than cancer.

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Drug-resistant strains of gonorrhea have spread to countries across the world, the United Nations health agency said on Wednesday, and millions of patients may run out of treatment options unless doctors catch and treat cases earlier.

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Smallpox has existed for at least 3,000 years and was one of the world’s most feared diseases until it was eradicated by a collaborative global vaccination program led by the World Health Organization (WHO). When smallpox was officially declared eradicated in 1979, it had already killed an estimated 300 million people in the 20th century alone. Royalties such as Queen Mary II of England, Holy Roman Emperor Joseph I, French King Louis XV and Tsar Peter II of Russia all died of smallpox.

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