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“This implies that the risk of experiencing mental ill-health during a career is high for everyone.” The risk of experiencing mental ill-health during a career is high for everyone." (...) By identifying early signs of mental ill-health they can engage in dialogue with the affected staff, even without waiting for them to speak openly about their illness.
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Score: 664035.8 - https://www.ilo.org/global/abo...WCMS_316838/lang--en/index.htm
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Determine key clinical characteristics of the illness, such as incubation period, spectrum of disease, and the natural history of the disease. 2. (...) Individuals with acute respiratory illness of any degree of severity who, within 14 days before onset of illness, were in close physical contact4 with a confirmed or probable case of MERS-CoV infection, while that patient was ill. 3. (...) Information on the severity and course of illness should be collected from even mildly symptomatic contacts who are tested for virus.
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Score: 664010.3 - https://www.who.int/csr/diseas...ions_nCoVinfection_27Jun13.pdf
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Diarrhoeal diseases are responsible for more than half of the global burden of foodborne diseases, causing 550 million people to fall ill and 230 000 deaths every year. Children are at particular risk of foodborne diarrhoeal diseases, with 220 million falling ill and 96 000 dying every year. (...) Of those who fall ill, 31 million are under the age of 5 years, resulting in more than 2000 of these children dying a year. (...) An estimated 70% of people who become ill from aflatoxin worldwide live in the WHO Western Pacific Region.
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Score: 663938.3 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...for-almost-one-third-of-deaths
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General Appearance: Not ill Mildly ill Moderately ill Gravely ill 2. Infection Site: Pulmonary pulmonary and _______________________ (please specify) Cb Signs and Symptoms Duration of symptoms: _____ weeks Yes No 1. (...) Pregnant: Yes No Unknown/not relevant 6. Co-existing illnesses: Cancer AIDS Malaria in the past year Diabetes Other _______________ 7.
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Score: 661246.2 - https://www.who.int/tdr/diseas...erculosis/case-report-form.pdf
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Respiratory diseases account for the majority of air pollution-related illness. All participants perceived that air pollution adversely affects their health. (...) Annual individual employee direct costs related to illness caused by air pollution totalled 875,000 Mongolian tugriks (MNT) ($317.60) for an average of three instances of three-day illness-related absences during the winter in Ulaanbaatar. This sum included diagnostic and doctor visit-related costs per instance of air pollution-related illness of MNT 65,000 (three times), medication costs per illness of MNT 70,000 (four times), and hospitalization costs per absence of MNT 200,000 (one time).
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Score: 660142.5 - https://www.unicef.org/mongoli...companies-ulaanbaatar-mongolia
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What to do if you fall ill If you feel ill or test positive for COVID-19 then stay home. (...) If you are your child’s sole caregiver, then consider who could look after your child if you become too ill to do so. Ideally, the caregiver should be someone who is not at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19.  (...) Breastfeeding tips Continue to breastfeed your child if they become ill. If your little one has COVID-19 or another illness, it is important to continue nourishing them with breastmilk.
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Score: 659024.27 - https://www.unicef.org/thailan...-child-gets-sick-covid-19-home
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What to do if you fall ill If you feel ill or test positive for COVID-19 then stay home. (...) If you are your child’s sole caregiver, then consider who could look after your child if you become too ill to do so. Ideally, the caregiver should be someone who is not at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19.  (...) Breastfeeding tips Continue to breastfeed your child if they become ill. If your little one has COVID-19 or another illness, it is important to continue nourishing them with breastmilk.
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Score: 659024.27 - https://www.unicef.org/armenia...-child-gets-sick-covid-19-home
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What to do if you fall ill If you feel ill or test positive for COVID-19 then stay home. (...) If you are your child’s sole caregiver, then consider who could look after your child if you become too ill to do so. Ideally, the caregiver should be someone who is not at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19.  (...) Breastfeeding tips Continue to breastfeed your child if they become ill. If your little one has COVID-19 or another illness, it is important to continue nourishing them with breastmilk.
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Score: 659024.27 - https://www.unicef.org/coronav...ing-for-sick-person-covid-home
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What to do if you fall ill If you feel ill or test positive for COVID-19 then stay home. (...) If you are your child’s sole caregiver, then consider who could look after your child if you become too ill to do so. Ideally, the caregiver should be someone who is not at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19.  (...) Breastfeeding tips Continue to breastfeed your child if they become ill. If your little one has COVID-19 or another illness, it is important to continue nourishing them with breastmilk.
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Score: 659024.27 - https://www.unicef.org/lac/en/...ets-sick-with-COVID-19-at-home
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Everyone is also meant to be self-monitoring – having a close awareness of any illness and regularly checking for fever Anyone who is ill or tests positive for an active infection (PCR) should be in isolation – see below for details Home care of an ill person in isolation can be done safely – see below for details The World Health Organization recommends that you continue to isolate yourself for 14 days after your symptoms have resolved. (...) If you or someone in your household has mild to moderate respiratory illness or the key findings of coronavirus (fever, cough, malaise, or respiratory symptoms), isolation is required. (...) When to stop isolation For patients who were ill: At least 10 days have passed since the start of the illness AND At least 72 hours have passed since any symptoms have completely stopped For patients who never had symptoms (asymptomatic cases): At least 10 days have passed since COVID-19 positive PCR test (nasal swab) Advice for breastfeeding and infant care For infants, seek medical advice from their pediatrician on how to continue to breastfeed safely.
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Score: 654526.17 - https://www.un.org/en/coronavirus/home-care-and-isolation
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