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In fact, a common cold or sore throat will put a greater burden on your child’s immune system than vaccines. (...) Almost all sickness or discomfort after vaccination is minor and temporary, such as a soreness at the injection site or mild fever. These can often be controlled by taking over-the-counter pain medication as advised by a doctor, or applying a cold cloth to the injection site.
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Score: 952679.9 - https://www.unicef.org/vietnam/vaccine-faqs
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Leprosy TDR Image Library Tel: (+41) 22 - 791 - 3764 Fax: (+41) 22 - 791 - 4854 E-mail: tdr@who.int Web: www.who.int/tdr UNDP/World Bank/WHO Special Programme for Research & Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR) Leprosy Videobite tape : Shot list Time Code SCENE 02 00 00 Infected man’s face (Africa) 02 02 13 White skin patches on arm 02 05 08 White skin patches on back 02 08 00 C/up of a foot deformed (flesh lost) as a result of infection (Sudan) 02 20 07 Man with 4 fingers missing at medical examination in village 02 31 07 Boy being examined by doctor (Samoa) 02 42 19 Female nurse measuring white skin patches on man’s arm (The Philippines) 02 51 24 Female nurse examining white skin patches on a woman’s back 02 57 06 Old woman (India) white patches on back and damaged (claw) hands 03 19 01 Elderly woman with deformed hands cooking in kitchen (India) 03 45 17 Woman schoolteacher with deformed hands writing on blackboard 04 05 06 School children in classroom 04 22 11 Male doctor and young woman with leprosy (face) 04 44 18 Taking tissue smear from earlobe of woman 04 57 06 Making tissue smear on slide (c/up) 05 05 13 Female nurse taking tissue smear from arm of young girl (India) 05 08 03 Taking tissue for smear (c/up) 05 13 20 Making tissue smear on slide (c/up) 05 17 09 Scraping arm of an older female for skin smear (Sudan) 05 22 19 C/up of same 05 33 22 Putting tissue scrapings on a slide 05 36 14 Examining scrapings under a microscope 05 55 16 Taking tissue smear from eyebrow of young boy (Iran) 06 04 05 Putting tissue on slide 06 06 12 Face of same boy 06 09 12 Sensitivity test on hand (Africa) 06 13 03 Sensitivity test on foot (Africa) 06 17 18 Sensitivity test on face (Sudan) 06 29 00 Sensitivity test on foot (Iran) 06 40 21 Sensitivity test on young girl (India) 07 03 15 Doctor and assistants examine man’s face 07 16 15 Examining deformed male hands 07 24 10 Treating sore on woman’s ankle (Samoa) 07 36 23 Treating open sore on man’s foot (Samoa) 07 51 24 Photomicrograph of Mycobacterium leprae 08 01 24 Male doctor examines young boy + pan to Multidrug therapy (MDT) station 08 23 23 MDT drugs (c/up) 08 41 03 Woman preparing MDT packets 08 59 06 Woman giving MDT packet to female patient 09 12 04 MDT pills (c/up) 09 23 19 Indian government pack of MDT pills 09 26 18 Woman making MDT packs (India) 09 30 18 Indian government MDT pack 09 33 18 Young girl taking MDT tablets 09 38 08 Female doctor giving MDT tablets to male patient (Zambia) 09 52 15 Health care worker giving pills to patient (Sudan) 10 09 16 Nurse gives pills to female (Samoa) 10 18 21 Putting pills in packet and giving to patient (Iran) December 2000 TDR Image Library Tel: (+41) 22 - 791 - 3764 Fax: (+41) 22 - 791 - 4854 E-mail: tdr@who.int Web: www.who.int/tdr UNDP/World Bank/WHO Special Programme for Research & Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR) Leprosy (continued) Videobite tape : Shot list Time Code SCENE 10 29 03 Woman takes MDT pills (India) 10 35 20 Woman in oxcart taking MDT pills (India) 10 43 10 Ofloxacin tablets (c/u) 10 53 04 Man taking ofloxacin tablets (The Philippines) 11 03 02 Leprosy vaccine research laboratory 11 26 22 Male researcher in laboratory (UK) 11 33 15 Female researcher in laboratory (Africa) 11 44 22 Female researcher in laboratory (India) 11 52 14 Male researcher in laboratory (India) 11 59 24 Health education posters (India) 12 22 02 Health education poster (Sudan) 12 31 20 Health education poster 12 37 07 Rehabilitated female patient at sewing machine (India) 12 44 13 Rehabilitated male patient at drill (India) 12 50 04 Hands of rehabilitated patient working plastic (c/up)
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Score: 952679.9 - https://www.who.int/tdr/public...videos/video-bites/leprosy.pdf
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In fact, a common cold or sore throat will put a greater burden on your child’s immune system than vaccines. (...) Almost all sickness or discomfort after vaccination is minor and temporary, such as a soreness at the injection site or mild fever. These can often be controlled by taking over-the-counter pain medication as advised by a doctor, or applying a cold cloth to the injection site.
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Score: 952679.9 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/health/vaccine-faqs
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In fact, a common cold or sore throat will put a greater burden on your child’s immune system than vaccines. (...) Almost all sickness or discomfort after vaccination is minor and temporary, such as a soreness at the injection site or mild fever. These can often be controlled by taking over-the-counter pain medication as advised by a doctor, or applying a cold cloth to the injection site.
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Score: 952679.9 - https://www.unicef.org/armenia...ildren-your-questions-answered
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Search results Migration and refugee crisis Available in: Български English Article 12/23/2020 When Sores Turn into Wounds on the Refugees’ Long Road How thanks to CRWB and UNICEF a refugee girl received the health support she needed Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports News and stories Take action About UNICEF Situation of the children in Bulgaria Ambassadors Champions for the children Child rights Partners Campaigns Шампиони за децата Donate Social Footer Secondary Contact Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 945744.7 - https://www.unicef.org/bulgari...s/migration-and-refugee-crisis
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• You can get infected with Coronavirus if an infected person sneezes or coughs and their droplets come into contact with you • You can also get infected if you touch a surface that is contaminated with Coronavirus and then you touch your eyes, nose and/or mouth • Coronavirus is dangerous, spreads quickly and can lead to death What are the signs and symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19)? • Fever • Cough • Sore throat • Running nose • Difficulty breathing • Body weakness You can prevent yourself from getting infected with Coronavirus (COVID-19) by: • Avoiding close contact with people who are visibly sick with flu-like symptoms (fever, cough, sneezing). • Avoiding touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands. • Regularly washing your hands with soap and running water. • Covering your nose and mouth when sneezing and coughing with a tissue, handkerchief or flexed elbow • Thoroughly cooking meat and eggs • Avoiding unprotected contact with live wild animals For more information, call the Ministry of Health toll free line on: 0800-100-066, 0800-203-033 and 0800-303-033 or send a free SMS to Ureport on 8500
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Score: 941214.7 - https://www.unicef.org/uganda/...20-%20as%20of%2027%20March.pdf
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This achievement is attributed to robust control and surveillance measures, active (and passive) screening of people at risk, and targeted vector control, which helped to strongly decrease the number of cases in areas of transmission. (...) When bitten by an infected tsetse fly, a red sore may erupt within a few weeks. The person may experience fever, swollen lymph nodes, aching muscles and joints, headaches and irritability.
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Score: 940008.2 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...ess-as-a-public-health-problem
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More than 500 cases of influenza-like illness, which includes a fever plus a cough or sore throat, were reported in the last month. In East Ambrym, several adults reported fever, swollen legs and sores.
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Score: 934556.3 - https://www.who.int/westernpac...lps-detect-potential-outbreaks
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Early signs of HFMD infection The disease usually begins with a fever, poor appetite, malaise, and sore throat. Skin rash develops over 1-2 days with red spots, some with blisters on the palm, hands, soles of feet, and sometimes on buttocks or genitalia. (...) Frequent washing of hangs with soap and water, especially after touching any blister or sore, before preparing food and eating, before feeding young infants, after using toilets and after cleaning children.
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Score: 934556.3 - https://www.who.int/japan/news...ease-killed-cambodian-children
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Early signs of HFMD infection The disease usually begins with a fever, poor appetite, malaise, and sore throat. Skin rash develops over 1-2 days with red spots, some with blisters on the palm, hands, soles of feet, and sometimes on buttocks or genitalia. (...) Frequent washing of hangs with soap and water, especially after touching any blister or sore, before preparing food and eating, before feeding young infants, after using toilets and after cleaning children.
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Score: 934556.3 - https://www.who.int/republicof...ease-killed-cambodian-children
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