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GLOBAL-PHARMA/
RTS1SRWD
May 22, 2018
Pharmacy shop signs are seen in Valletta, Malta May 22, 2018. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
Valletta, Malta
Pharmacy shop signs are seen in Valletta
Pharmacy shop signs are seen in Valletta, Malta May 22, 2018. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
GLOBAL-PHARMA/
RTS1SRWA
May 22, 2018
A pharmacy shop sign is seen in Valletta, Malta May 22, 2018. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
Valletta, Malta
A pharmacy shop sign is seen in Valletta
A pharmacy shop sign is seen in Valletta, Malta May 22, 2018. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi
SYRIA-JORDAN/CRISIS/
RTR390UN
October 11, 2012
Khetam, an Iraqi refugee girl who was injured during the violence in her country, wears a face mask as...
Amman, Jordan
An Iraqi refugee girl, who was injured during the violence in her country, wears a face mask as she colours...
Khetam, an Iraqi refugee girl who was injured during the violence in her country, wears a face mask as she colours a drawing during a psychological therapy session in Amman October 11, 2012. Khetam has undergone multiple reconstructive surgeries and is one of dozens of refugees that attend the daily therapy sessions run by French aid organization Medicins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders). REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT HEALTH)
SYRIA-JORDAN/CRISIS
RTR390SA
October 11, 2012
Kamar, a Syrian refugee girl who was injured during the violence in her country, colours a drawing during...
Amman, Jordan
Kamar, a Syrian refugee girl who was injured during the violence in her country, colours a drawing during...
Kamar, a Syrian refugee girl who was injured during the violence in her country, colours a drawing during a psychological therapy session in Amman October 11, 2012. Kamar has undergone multiple reconstructive surgeries and is one of dozens of Syrians that attend the daily therapy sessions run by French aid organization Medicins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders). REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT HEALTH)
SYRIA-JORDAN/CRISIS
RTR390S6
October 11, 2012
Kamar, a Syrian refugee girl who was injured during the violence in her country, colours a drawing during...
Amman, Jordan
Kamar, a Syrian refugee girl who was injured during the violence in her country, colours a drawing during...
Kamar, a Syrian refugee girl who was injured during the violence in her country, colours a drawing during a psychological therapy session in Amman October 11, 2012. Kamar has undergone multiple reconstructive surgeries and is one of dozens of Syrians that attend the daily therapy sessions run by French aid organization Medicins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders). REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT HEALTH)
SERBIA/
RTR2Q64F
August 21, 2011
A man bathes in mud in the village of Ovca near Belgrade August 21, 2011. In the "Ovcanska Spa" the...
OVCA, Serbia
A man bathes in mud in the village of Ovca near Belgrade
A man bathes in mud in the village of Ovca near Belgrade August 21, 2011. In the "Ovcanska Spa" the water is salty and comes out from the depth of several hundred meters with high mineral content (having 28 various minerals). Locals believe that various vein diseases, rheumatics, sciatica, and vision disorders are treated by curative mud and mineral water. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ROMANIA/
RTR2PKW5
August 03, 2011
A woman is covered with mud from a salt lake in Sovata, 346 km (215 miles) north of Bucharest, August...
SOVATA, Romania
A woman is covered with mud from a salt lake in Sovata
A woman is covered with mud from a salt lake in Sovata, 346 km (215 miles) north of Bucharest, August 3, 2011. The sapropelic mud and salt water from the popular bathing resorts of Sovata are applied in various rheumatic treatments and are also used as a cure for infertility. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH TRAVEL)
DOMINICANREPUBLIC/
RTXS7R2
August 13, 2010
The hand of a child, who has been put on drip after showing symptoms of dengue fever, is seen in the...
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
The hand of a child, who has been put on drip after showing symptoms of dengue fever, is seen in a public...
The hand of a child, who has been put on drip after showing symptoms of dengue fever, is seen in the pediatric emergency room of a public hospital in Santo Domingo August 13, 2010. Thirty-two people have died from dengue fever out of the 7,313 suspected cases reported this year in the Dominican Republic, according to local media. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE ALSO SEE: GM1EA3B0NHT01
RUSSIA/
RTR2GFDL
July 15, 2010
A woman smeared with mineral-rich black mud stands on a banks of the saltwater lake Tus in Russia's Khakassia...
TUS LAKE, Russia
A woman smeared with mineral-rich black mud stands on a banks of the saltwater lake Tus in Russia's Khakassia...
A woman smeared with mineral-rich black mud stands on a banks of the saltwater lake Tus in Russia's Khakassia region, about 370 km (230 miles) southwest of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, July 14, 2010. Picture taken July 14, 2010. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ODDLY HEALTH)
INDONESIA
RTR2EN39
June 01, 2010
A child with cerebral palsy learns about colours by playing with coloured bricks at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A child with cerebral palsy learns about colours by playing with coloured bricks at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
A child with cerebral palsy learns about colours by playing with coloured bricks at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDONESIA/
RTR2EMON
June 01, 2010
Head nurse Kristanti teaches a child with cerebral palsy about colours at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Head nurse Kristanti teaches a child with cerebral palsy about colours at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Head nurse Kristanti teaches a child with cerebral palsy about colours at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDONESIA/
RTR2EMOL
June 01, 2010
A child with cerebral palsy learns about colours by playing with coloured bricks at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A child with cerebral palsy learns about colours by playing with coloured bricks at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
A child with cerebral palsy learns about colours by playing with coloured bricks at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDONESIA/
RTR2EMNW
June 01, 2010
Head nurse Kristanti (L) teaches a child with cerebral palsy about colours at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Head nurse Kristanti teaches a child with cerebral palsy about colours at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Head nurse Kristanti (L) teaches a child with cerebral palsy about colours at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDONESIA
RTR2EMN0
June 01, 2010
A child with cerebral palsy learns about colours by playing with coloured bricks at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A child with cerebral palsy learns about colours by playing with coloured bricks at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
A child with cerebral palsy learns about colours by playing with coloured bricks at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
JORDAN/
RTR22RBZ
December 21, 2008
Young Iraqis, who have undergone multiple reconstructive surgeries, attend a psychological therapy session...
Amman, Jordan
Young Iraqis attend a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman
Young Iraqis, who have undergone multiple reconstructive surgeries, attend a psychological therapy session at the Red Crescent Hospital in Amman December 21, 2008. Ten Iraqi children, who were injured during the war, currently attend the daily sessions while undergoing the surgeries at the hospital, which is run by the Paris-based Medicins Sans Frontieres. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN)
BULGARIA/
RTX6JEI
June 05, 2008
Clown "Doctor Koko" peers through the curtains behind the stage before the start of his Laughter Therapy...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Clown "Doctor Koko" peers through the curtains behind the stage at the pediatric department of Sofia's...
Clown "Doctor Koko" peers through the curtains behind the stage before the start of his Laughter Therapy session at the pediatric department of Sofia's main emergency medical centre Pirogov June 5, 2008. The management of the hospital and Bulgaria's health ministry launched on Thursday a weekly initiative called "mobile laughter therapy clinic", involving performances by clowns at the pediatric section, aiming at improving children's health. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA)
AZERBAIJAN/
RTR1UVD4
October 13, 2007
A patient soaks in Naftalan healing oil at a petroleum spa in the town of Naftalan, some 350 km (217...
NAFTALAN, Azerbaijan
A patient soaks in Naftalan healing oil at a petroleum spa in the town of Naftalan
A patient soaks in Naftalan healing oil at a petroleum spa in the town of Naftalan, some 350 km (217 miles) west of Baku, October 12, 2007. Naftalan, a rare type of oil, is used in Azerbaijan to treat arthritis, skin diseases and various other conditions. The town of Naftalan, where the oil originates, runs a special treatment centre that was at the height of its popularity during Soviet times. Picture taken October 12, 2007. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (AZERBAIJAN)
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LIGHT THERAPY BELGIUM
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October 25, 2006
A model wears a pair of Luminette glasses in Brussels October 25, 2006. Luminette glasses, first launched...
Brussels, Belgium
Model wears a pair of Luminette glasses in Brussels
A model wears a pair of Luminette glasses in Brussels October 25, 2006. Luminette glasses, first launched worldwide in Belgium last August, are designed to combat Seasonal Affected Disorder (SAD) as well as other conditions such as jetlag and post-natal stress by using light therapy which is directly concentrated into the retina. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (BELGIUM)
LIGHT THERAPY BELGIUM
RTR1IO9U
October 25, 2006
A model wears a pair of Luminette glasses in Brussels October 25, 2006. Luminette glasses, first launched...
Brussels, Belgium
Model wears a pair of Luminette glasses in Brussels
A model wears a pair of Luminette glasses in Brussels October 25, 2006. Luminette glasses, first launched worldwide in Belgium last August, are designed to combat Seasonal Affected Disorder (SAD) as well as other conditions such as jetlag and post-natal stress by using light therapy which is directly concentrated into the retina. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (BELGIUM)
BULGARIA
RTR1FKL6
July 17, 2006
A man covered with mud walks on the coast of the Bourgas salt-works lake, near the Black Sea town of...
Bourgas, Bulgaria
Man covered with mud walks on the coast of the Bourgas salt-works lake in Bulgaria
A man covered with mud walks on the coast of the Bourgas salt-works lake, near the Black Sea town of Bourgas, some 400 km (248 miles) east of capital Sofia July 16, 2006. It is believed that the mud bath from the lake cure rheumatism and other body ailments. REUTERS/Nikolay Doychinov (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA
RTR1FKL5
July 17, 2006
A woman smears herself with mud from the Bourgas salt-works lake, near the Black Sea town of Bourgas,...
Bourgas, Bulgaria
Woman smears herself with mud from the Bourgas salt-works lake in Bulgaria
A woman smears herself with mud from the Bourgas salt-works lake, near the Black Sea town of Bourgas, some 400 km (248 miles) east of capital Sofia July 16, 2006. It is believed that the mud baths cure rheumatism and other body ailments. REUTERS/Nikolay Doychinov (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA
RTR1FKKS
July 17, 2006
People smear themselves with healing mud at the Bourgas salt-works lake near the Black Sea town of Bourgas,...
Bourgas, Bulgaria
People smear themselves with healing mud at the Bourgas salt-works lake near the Black Sea town of Bourgas...
People smear themselves with healing mud at the Bourgas salt-works lake near the Black Sea town of Bourgas, some 400 km (248 miles) east of the capital Sofia, July 16, 2006. It is believed that the mud baths cure rheumatism and other body ailments. Picture taken July 16, 2006. REUTERS/Nikolay Doychinov(Bulgaria)
BULGARIA
RTR1FKIJ
July 17, 2006
Bulgarians smear themselves with mud from the Bourgas salt-works lake, near the Black Sea town of Bourgas,...
Bourgas, Bulgaria
Bulgarians smear themselves with mud from Bourgas salt-works lake, near Black Sea town of Bourgas
Bulgarians smear themselves with mud from the Bourgas salt-works lake, near the Black Sea town of Bourgas, some 400 km (248 miles) east of capital Sofia July 16, 2006. It is believed that the mud baths cure rheumatism and other body ailments. REUTERS/Nikolay Doychinov(Bulgaria)
BULGARIA
RTR1FKG3
July 17, 2006
A woman smears herself with mud from the Bourgas salt-works lake, near the Black Sea town of Bourgas,...
Bourgas, Bulgaria
Woman smears herself with mud from the Bourgas salt-works lake
A woman smears herself with mud from the Bourgas salt-works lake, near the Black Sea town of Bourgas, some 400 km (248 miles) east of capital Sofia July 16, 2006. It is believed that the mud baths cure rheumatism and other body ailments. Picture taken July 16, 2006. REUTERS/Nikolay Doychinov (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA
RTR1FKG2
July 17, 2006
Bulgarians lay in the Bourgas salt-works lake, near the Black Sea town of Bourgas, some 400 km (248 miles)...
Bourgas, Bulgaria
Bulgarians lay in the Bourgas salt-works lake
Bulgarians lay in the Bourgas salt-works lake, near the Black Sea town of Bourgas, some 400 km (248 miles) east of capital Sofia July 16, 2006. It is believed that mud baths from the lake cures rheumatism and other body ailments. Picture taken July 16, 2006. REUTERS/Nikolay Doychinov (BULGARIA)
JORDAN
RTR1BFR3
November 21, 2005
A a red rose at a Amman park November 21, 2005. The country's heaviest rainfall so far this winter season...
Amman, Jordan
A red rose at an Amman park
A a red rose at a Amman park November 21, 2005. The country's heaviest rainfall so far this winter season has brought relief to the desert Middle Eastern kingdom of Jordan that suffers chronic water shortages. PP05110263 REUTERS/Ali Jarekji
GEORGIA
RTR19R76
October 23, 2005
Grape juice trickles down from a giant wine-press during "Tbilisoba" city-day celebrations in Tbilisi...
Tbilisi, Georgia
Grape juice trickles down from a giant wine-press during "Tbilisoba" city-day celebrations in Tbilisi...
Grape juice trickles down from a giant wine-press during "Tbilisoba" city-day celebrations in Tbilisi October 23, 2005. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili
CUBA CHERNOBYL
RTRGES4
April 26, 2005
Ukrainian girl Anna, a victim of Chernobyl explosion, receives treatment for alopecia, the total loss...
Tarara, Cuba
Ukrainian girl Anna, a victim of Chernobyl explosion, receives treatment for alopecia, the total loss...
Ukrainian girl Anna, a victim of Chernobyl explosion, receives treatment for alopecia, the total loss of hair, in Tarara, outside Havana. Ukrainian girl Anna, 13, a victim of radiation fallout from the 1986 power plant explosion in Chernobyl, receives treatment for alopecia, the total loss of hair, at the Paediatric Hospital in Tarara, outside Havana, April 26, 2005. Since 1990, Cuba has treated 18,000 Ukrainian children free of charge for loss of hair, skin disorders, cancer, leukaemia and other illnesses attributed to the radioactivity unleashed by the reactor meltdown years before they were born. Picture taken April 26, 2005. REUTERS/Claudia Daut Pictures of the Month July 2005
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