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When presidents and prime ministers in non-affected countries make statements about Ebola, they rightly attribute the outbreak’s unprecedented spread and severity to the “failure to put basic public health infrastructures in place”.
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Score: 352277.64 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...eak-in-history-tells-the-world
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After 35 years of smoking, Okirua attributed his family’s encouragement and sky-rocketing tobacco prices, on his decision to quit.
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Score: 448399.9 - https://www.who.int/wallisandf...itting-tobacco-in-cook-islands
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The majority of deaths and disease associated with El Niño are attributable to weather-related disasters, otherwise known as extreme weather events, including droughts, and cyclones (otherwise known as typhoons or hurricanes) and floods.
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Score: 352277.64 - https://www.who.int/wallisandf...%B1o-and-health-in-the-pacific
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The AMR Trust Fund provides a joint mechanism for clear attribution and transparency of all sources of finance, while its activities will be based on the application of best practices, scaling up activities that have worked and innovative approaches to ensure that today’s cures are available for future generations.
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Score: 352277.64 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...imicrobial-resistance-globally
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Score: 541864.9 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...ert-n-6-2019-(english-version)
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Over 30% of the global burden of disease in children can be attributed to environmental factors. Children have different susceptibilities during different life stages, due to their dynamic growth and developmental processes.
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Score: 391802.1 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...hildren-s-environmental-health
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Score: 496184.2 - https://www.who.int/republicofkorea/news/releases/170
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Given this large observed risk, scientists next sought to estimate how many HIV infections are likely to be attributable to HSV-2, at a global and regional level.    A new analysis , published today in Lancet Infectious Diseases, estimated that of the 1·4 million new HIV infections acquired sexually in 2016 among individuals aged 15–49 years, 420 000 were attributable to HSV-2 infection. The study estimated that the proportion of new sexually acquired HIV infections in 2016 that were attributable to HSV-2 infection was 29·6%. However, this global figure, known as the population attributable fraction (PAF), varied greatly by region.
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Score: 698475.2 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...ttributable-to-hsv-2-infection
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Essentially, with certain scenario-conditioned deviations the TFC structure remains almost unchanged in 2050, with approximately 9 percent attributed to non-energy use, 22 percent to industry, 33 percent to transport, and 36 percent to residential and commercial sectors. 12.
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Score: 250996.63 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...12/ECE_ENERGY_GE.6_2020_5e.pdf
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