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EGYPT-CULTURE/SPA
RTS2QA84
September 12, 2019
Massage therapist Abdel Rehim Saeid performs the "fiery towel" method to ease a patient's muscle pain...
GHARBIA, Egypt
Massage therapist Abdel Rehim Saeid performs the "fiery towel" method to ease a patient's muscle pain...
Massage therapist Abdel Rehim Saeid performs the "fiery towel" method to ease a patient's muscle pain in Gharbia, Egypt September 4, 2019. Picture taken September 4, 2019. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-CULTURE/SPA
RTS2QA7Z
September 12, 2019
Massage therapist Abdel Rehim Saeid performs the "fiery towel" method to ease a patient's muscle pain...
GHARBIA, Egypt
Massage therapist Abdel Rehim Saeid performs the "fiery towel" method to ease a patient's muscle pain...
Massage therapist Abdel Rehim Saeid performs the "fiery towel" method to ease a patient's muscle pain in Gharbia, Egypt September 4, 2019. Picture taken September 4, 2019. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
INDIA-HEALTH/
RTS1PH2
September 18, 2015
A patient awaits routine check-up as he sits under a mosquito net inside a dengue ward of a government...
New Delhi, India
A patient awaits routine check-up as he sits under a mosquito net inside a dengue ward of a government...
A patient awaits routine check-up as he sits under a mosquito net inside a dengue ward of a government hospital in New Delhi, India, September 18, 2015. Dengue is common in India and the number of cases generally peaks in October, after the end of the monsoon rains. Symptoms include a sudden fever, headache, muscle and joint pains. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee
INDIA-HEALTH/
RTS1PGO
September 18, 2015
A patient awaits routine check-up as he lies under a mosquito net inside a dengue ward of a government...
New Delhi, India
A patient awaits routine check-up as he lies under a mosquito net inside a dengue ward of a government...
A patient awaits routine check-up as he lies under a mosquito net inside a dengue ward of a government hospital in New Delhi, India, September 18, 2015. Dengue is common in India and the number of cases generally peaks in October, after the end of the monsoon rains. Symptoms include a sudden fever, headache, muscle and joint pains. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee
GREECE/
RTR31F0X
April 30, 2012
Vicky, a 40-year-old, Canadian-born, Greek drug addict, injects herself with a narcotics cocktail known...
Athens, Greece
Vicky, a 40-year-old, Canadian-born, Greek drug addict, injects herself with a narcotics cocktail in...
Vicky, a 40-year-old, Canadian-born, Greek drug addict, injects herself with a narcotics cocktail known as speedball, a cocaine and heroin mix, on a central Athens side street April 30, 2012. The WHO (World Health Organization) recommends that 200 clean syringes are provided per drug user per year to limit HIV infection. Greece has been providing three, the Hellenic Centre for Infectious Diseases Control says. Greece's financial crisis has resulted in a drop in its health spending by 36 percent last year, according to the National School of Public Health. In the first five months of 2010, Greece had 255 new HIV cases. Over the same period in 2011, there were 384 new cases -- an increase of more than 50 percent. The Hellenic Center predicts the rate of increase will rise to 60 percent by the end of 2011. By comparison in the United States, cases are increasing by around 7 percent annually. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS DRUGS SOCIETY)
TENNIS-OPEN/
RTXWV5N
January 21, 2011
Venus Williams of the U.S. reacts in pain after her match against Andrea Petkovic of Germany at the Australian...
Melbourne, Australia
Williams of the U.S. reacts in pain after her match against Andrea Petkovic of Germany at the Australian...
Venus Williams of the U.S. reacts in pain after her match against Andrea Petkovic of Germany at the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne January 21, 2011. Seven-times grand slam winner Williams retired injured during her third round match against Andrea Petkovic at the Australian Open on Friday.The number four seed, who strained a muscle in her lower body during her second-round match against Czech Sandra Zahlavova on Wednesday, pulled out after losing the first game of the match REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SPORT TENNIS)
DOMINICAN/
RTXR7R3
November 27, 2009
Mosquitoes with the ability to transmit dengue are seen in a cage inside a laboratory in Santo Domingo...
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Mosquitoes with the ability to transmit dengue are seen in a cage inside a laboratory in Santo Domingo...
Mosquitoes with the ability to transmit dengue are seen in a cage inside a laboratory in Santo Domingo November 27, 2009. At least 40 residents died of dengue in the Dominican Republic in 2009, according to local media. Dengue, an acute viral disease transmitted by the bite of the Aedes aegypti mosquito, is characterized by high fever, severe headaches, gastrointestinal disorders, skin rashes and muscle pain. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (DOMINICAN HEALTH SOCIETY)
DOMINICAN/
RTXR7QZ
November 27, 2009
The larvae of mosquitoes with the ability to transmit dengue are seen through a microscope inside of...
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Larvae of mosquitoes with the ability to transmit dengue are seen through a microscope inside of a laboratory...
The larvae of mosquitoes with the ability to transmit dengue are seen through a microscope inside of a laboratory in Santo Domingo November 27, 2009. At least 40 residents died of dengue in the Dominican Republic in 2009, according to local media. Dengue, an acute viral disease transmitted by the bite of the Aedes aegypti mosquito, is characterized by high fever, severe headaches, gastrointestinal disorders, skin rashes and muscle pain. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (DOMINICAN HEALTH SOCIETY)
DOMINICAN/
RTXR7QQ
November 27, 2009
A worker from the Secretary of State for Public Health and Welfare (SESPAS) collects mosquitoes with...
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
A worker from the Secretary of State for Public Health and Welfare (SESPAS) collects mosquitoes with...
A worker from the Secretary of State for Public Health and Welfare (SESPAS) collects mosquitoes with the ability to transmit dengue, into a glass tube inside a laboratory in Santo Domingo November 27, 2009. At least 40 residents died of dengue in the Dominican Republic in 2009, according to the local media. Dengue, an acute viral disease transmitted by the bite of the Aedes aegypti mosquito, is characterized by high fever, severe headaches, gastrointestinal disorders, skin rashes and muscle pain. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (DOMINICAN HEALTH SOCIETY)
DOMINICAN/
RTXR6IW
November 27, 2009
A puddle full of mosquitoes is seen in Jimani on the border between Dominican Republic and Haiti in this...
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
A puddle full of mosquitoes is seen in Jimani on the border between Dominican Republic and Haiti
A puddle full of mosquitoes is seen in Jimani on the border between Dominican Republic and Haiti in this picture taken October 10, 2009. At least 40 residents died of dengue in the Dominican Republic in 2009, according to local media. Dengue, an acute viral disease transmitted by the bite of the Aedes aegypti mosquito, is characterized by high fever, severe headaches, gastrointestinal disorders, skin rashes and muscle pain. Picture taken October 10, 2009. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (DOMINICAN SOCIETY HEALTH)
DOMINICAN/
RTXR6IP
November 27, 2009
A Secretary of State for Public Health and Welfare (SESPAS) worker holds a container of mosquito larvae...
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
A SESPAS worker holds a container of mosquito larvae during a patrol to control dengue in a neighborhood...
A Secretary of State for Public Health and Welfare (SESPAS) worker holds a container of mosquito larvae during a patrol to control dengue in a neighborhood in Santo Domingo November 26, 2009. At least 40 residents died of dengue in the Dominican Republic in 2009, according to local media. Dengue, an acute viral disease transmitted by the bite of the Aedes aegypti mosquito, is characterized by high fever, severe headaches, gastrointestinal disorders, skin rashes and muscle pain. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (DOMINICAN SOCIETY HEALTH)
DOMINICAN/
RTXR6IM
November 27, 2009
A Secretary of State for Public Health and Welfare (SESPAS) worker fumigates a house to control dengue...
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
A SESPAS worker fumigates a house to control dengue in a neighborhood in Santo Domingo
A Secretary of State for Public Health and Welfare (SESPAS) worker fumigates a house to control dengue in a neighborhood in Santo Domingo November 26, 2009. At least 40 residents died of dengue in the Dominican Republic in 2009, according to local media. Dengue, an acute viral disease transmitted by the bite of the Aedes aegypti mosquito, is characterized by high fever, severe headaches, gastrointestinal disorders, skin rashes and muscle pain. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (DOMINICAN SOCIETY HEALTH)
DOMINICAN/
RTXR6IJ
November 27, 2009
A woman turns away from the fumes as a Secretary of State for Public Health and Welfare (SESPAS) vehicle...
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
A woman turns away from the fumes as a SESPAS vehicle is used to fumigate a street to control dengue...
A woman turns away from the fumes as a Secretary of State for Public Health and Welfare (SESPAS) vehicle is used to fumigate a street to control dengue in a neighborhood in Santo Domingo November 26, 2009. At least 40 residents died of dengue in the Dominican Republic in 2009, according to local media. Dengue, an acute viral disease transmitted by the bite of the Aedes aegypti mosquito, is characterized by high fever, severe headaches, gastrointestinal disorders, skin rashes and muscle pain. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (DOMINICAN SOCIETY HEALTH IMAGES OF THE DAY)
DOMINICAN/
RTXR6IF
November 27, 2009
A worker from the Secretary of State for Public Health and Welfare (SESPAS) holds a bucket containing...
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
A SESPAS worker holds a bucket with grubs of mosquito larvae during a patrol to control dengue in a neighborhood...
A worker from the Secretary of State for Public Health and Welfare (SESPAS) holds a bucket containing mosquito larvae during a patrol to control dengue in a neighborhood in Santo Domingo November 26, 2009. At least 40 residents died of dengue in the Dominican Republic in 2009, according to local media. Dengue, an acute viral disease transmitted by the bite of the Aedes aegypti mosquito, is characterized by high fever, severe headaches, gastrointestinal disorders, skin rashes and muscle pain. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (DOMINICAN SOCIETY HEALTH)
DOMINICAN/
RTXR6IA
November 27, 2009
A worker from the Secretary of State for Public Health and Welfare (SESPAS) fumigates a house to control...
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
A SESPAS worker fumigates a street to control house in a neighborhood in Santo Domingo
A worker from the Secretary of State for Public Health and Welfare (SESPAS) fumigates a house to control dengue in a neighborhood in Santo Domingo November 26, 2009. At least 40 residents died of dengue in the Dominican Republic in 2009, according to local media. Dengue, an acute viral disease transmitted by the bite of the Aedes aegypti mosquito, is characterized by high fever, severe headaches, gastrointestinal disorders, skin rashes and muscle pain. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (DOMINICAN SOCIETY HEALTH)
ATHLETICS-WORLD/
RTR26QQB
August 15, 2009
Simon Magakwe of South Africa reacts in pain after he pulled a muscle after finishing in the men's 100...
Berlin, Germany
Magakwe of South Africa reacts in pain after he pulled a muscle after finishing in the men's 100 metres...
Simon Magakwe of South Africa reacts in pain after he pulled a muscle after finishing in the men's 100 metres second heats quarter-final during the world athletics championships at the Olympic stadium in Berlin, August 15, 2009. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY)
DENGUE-CAMBODIA/
RTR1UZUK
October 17, 2007
A child suffering from Dengue fever lies on a bed at Kantha Bopha hospital Phnom Penh in this June 18,...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
To match feature DENGUE-CAMBODIA/
A child suffering from Dengue fever lies on a bed at Kantha Bopha hospital Phnom Penh in this June 18, 2007 file photo. Dengue -- which causes fever, headaches and agonising muscle and joint pains -- has killed 389 people in Cambodia this year, nearly all of them children, in what is believed to be one of the worst outbreaks in years. There is no vaccine for dengue but even if a treatment existed, the Health Ministry, which has an annual budget of $3 for each of Cambodia's 13 million people, would struggle to afford it. To match feature DENGUE-CAMBODIA/ REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea/Files (CAMBODIA)
DENGUE-CAMBODIA/
RTR1UZUJ
October 17, 2007
Children suffering from dengue fever are held by their parents under a tree, outside a hospital which...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
To match feature DENGUE-CAMBODIA/
Children suffering from dengue fever are held by their parents under a tree, outside a hospital which ran out of housing, in Cambodia's Kandal province in this July 4, 2007 file photo. Dengue -- which causes fever, headaches and agonising muscle and joint pains -- has killed 389 people in Cambodia this year, nearly all of them children, in what is believed to be one of the worst outbreaks in years. There is no vaccine for dengue but even if a treatment existed, the Health Ministry, which has an annual budget of $3 for each of Cambodia's 13 million people, would struggle to afford it. To match feature DENGUE-CAMBODIA/ REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea/Files (CAMBODIA)
DENGUE-CAMBODIA/
RTR1UZUG
October 17, 2007
A mother prays over her child, who is suffering from dengue fever, at Phnom Penh's Kantha Bopha VI hospital...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
To match feature DENGUE-CAMBODIA/
A mother prays over her child, who is suffering from dengue fever, at Phnom Penh's Kantha Bopha VI hospital in this July 4, 2007 file photo. Dengue -- which causes fever, headaches and agonising muscle and joint pains -- has killed 389 people in Cambodia this year, nearly all of them children, in what is believed to be one of the worst outbreaks in years. There is no vaccine for dengue but even if a treatment existed, the Health Ministry, which has an annual budget of $3 for each of Cambodia's 13 million people, would struggle to afford it. To match feature DENGUE-CAMBODIA/ REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea/Files (CAMBODIA)
DENGUE-CAMBODIA/
RTR1UZUE
October 17, 2007
A mother holds the hand of her infant , who is receiving treatment for dengue fever, at Phnom Penh's...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
To match feature DENGUE-CAMBODIA/
A mother holds the hand of her infant , who is receiving treatment for dengue fever, at Phnom Penh's Kantha Bopha VI hospital in this July 4, 2007 file photo. Dengue -- which causes fever, headaches and agonising muscle and joint pains -- has killed 389 people in Cambodia this year, nearly all of them children, in what is believed to be one of the worst outbreaks in years. There is no vaccine for dengue but even if a treatment existed, the Health Ministry, which has an annual budget of $3 for each of Cambodia's 13 million people, would struggle to afford it. To match feature DENGUE-CAMBODIA/ REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea/Files (CAMBODIA)
DENGUE-CAMBODIA/
RTR1UZUD
October 17, 2007
An infant suffering from dengue fever receives treatment in Phnom Penh's Kantha Bopha VI hospital in...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
To match feature DENGUE-CAMBODIA/
An infant suffering from dengue fever receives treatment in Phnom Penh's Kantha Bopha VI hospital in this July 4, 2007 file photo. Dengue -- which causes fever, headaches and agonising muscle and joint pains -- has killed 389 people in Cambodia this year, nearly all of them children, in what is believed to be one of the worst outbreaks in years. There is no vaccine for dengue but even if a treatment existed, the Health Ministry, which has an annual budget of $3 for each of Cambodia's 13 million people, would struggle to afford it. To match feature DENGUE-CAMBODIA/ REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea/Files (CAMBODIA)
DENGUE-CAMBODIA/
RTR1UZUB
October 17, 2007
Mothers line-up outside Phnom Penh's Kantha Bopha VI hospital to seek treatment for their children, of...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
To match feature DENGUE-CAMBODIA/
Mothers line-up outside Phnom Penh's Kantha Bopha VI hospital to seek treatment for their children, of whom most are suffering from dengue fever, in this July 3, 2007 file photo. Dengue -- which causes fever, headaches and agonising muscle and joint pains -- has killed 389 people in Cambodia this year, nearly all of them children, in what is believed to be one of the worst outbreaks in years. There is no vaccine for dengue but even if a treatment existed, the Health Ministry, which has an annual budget of $3 for each of Cambodia's 13 million people, would struggle to afford it. To match feature DENGUE-CAMBODIA/ REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea/Files (CAMBODIA)
DENGUE-CAMBODIA/
RTR1UZUA
October 17, 2007
Cambodian women hold their children as they wait near a hospital in Phnom Penh in this June 18, 2007...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
To match feature DENGUE-CAMBODIA/
Cambodian women hold their children as they wait near a hospital in Phnom Penh in this June 18, 2007 file photo. Dengue -- which causes fever, headaches and agonising muscle and joint pains -- has killed 389 people in Cambodia this year, nearly all of them children, in what is believed to be one of the worst outbreaks in years. There is no vaccine for dengue but even if a treatment existed, the Health Ministry, which has an annual budget of $3 for each of Cambodia's 13 million people, would struggle to afford it. To match feature DENGUE-CAMBODIA/ REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea/Files (CAMBODIA)
SPORT TENNIS
RTRYTV2
August 11, 2005
Russia's Sharapova serves to compatriot Chakvetadze during the JP Morgan Chase Open tennis tournament...
Carson, USA
Russia's Sharapova serves to compatriot Chakvetadze during the JP Morgan Chase Open tennis tournament...
Russia's Sharapova serves to compatriot Chakvetadze during the JP Morgan Chase Open tennis tournament in Carson. Russia's Maria Sharapova displays a bandage on her right pectoral muscle as she serves to compatriot Anna Chakvetadze during the third round of her 4-6 6-4 7-5 win in the JP Morgan Chase Open WTA tennis tournament in Carson, California, August 11, 2005. Sharapova complained of pain when she served and said she may pull out of the tournament. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
SPORT TENNIS
RTRY6K6
July 27, 2005
Belgium's Rochus reacts in pain after tearing a muscle during his second round match against Austria's...
Kitzbuehel, Austria
Belgium's Rochus reacts in pain after tearing a muscle during his second round match against ...
Belgium's Rochus reacts in pain after tearing a muscle during his second round match against Austria's Koubek at ATP Grand Prix tennis tournament in Kitzbuehel. Belgium's Christophe Rochus (front) reacts in pain after tearing a muscle during his second round match against Austria's Stefan Koubek at the ATP Grand Prix tennis tournament in Kitzbuehel, Austria, July 27, 2005. Rochus had to retire at a score of 6-4 4-6 4-5. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler
SPORT TENNIS
RTRY6JJ
July 27, 2005
Belgium's Rochus reacts in pain as he tears a muscle during second round match against Austria's Koubek...
Kitzbuehel, Austria
Belgium's Rochus reacts in pain as he tears a muscle during second round match against Austria's ...
Belgium's Rochus reacts in pain as he tears a muscle during second round match against Austria's Koubek at ATP Grand Prix tennis tournament in Kitzbuehel. Belgium's Christophe Rochus reacts in pain as he tears a muscle during his second round match against Austria's Stefan Koubek at the ATP Grand Prix tennis tournament in Kitzbuehel, Austria, July 27, 2005. Rochus had to retire at a score of 6-4 4-6 4-5. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler
KUWAIT
RTRNHZF
May 14, 2003
Twelve year old, double amputee, Iraqi Ali Ismail Abass, winces in
pain, as his Kuwaiti doctor Ibrahim...
Kuwait City, Kuwait - State of
IRAQI BOMBING VICTIM IS HELPED BY HIS DOCTOR TO SIT UP IN HOSPITAL BED
IN KUWAIT.
Twelve year old, double amputee, Iraqi Ali Ismail Abass, winces in
pain, as his Kuwaiti doctor Ibrahim Ghoneim helps prop him up in his
hospital bed May 14, 2003. Dr. Ghoneim said that if Ali has to be sent
out of the country for further treatment, "he will be sad to see him
leave". Ali had both his upper limbs amputated due to a U.S. misslle
strike that killed his entire famiy in Badhdad, during the U.S-led war.
Ali is now in the rehabilitation stage to strenghten his muscles and to
learn to cope with his wounds.REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee

SEM/AA
SPORT TENNIS
RTR13EPP
May 04, 2003
Venus Williams of the U.S. sits as she retires from the final of the
Warsaw Cup against Amelie Mauresmo...
Warsaw, Poland - Republic of
VENUS WILLIAMS SITS AS SHE PULLS OUT OF THE WARSAW CUP.
Venus Williams of the U.S. sits as she retires from the final of the
Warsaw Cup against Amelie Mauresmo of France May 2003. Amelie Mauresmo
upset Venus Williams 6-7 6-0 3-0 in the Warsaw Cup final on Sunday as
the American was forced to retire because of stomach pains in the third
set. Williams, who will regain her world number two ranking next week
despite the loss, is suffering from strained abdominal muscles and is
not sure if she will play in next week's tournament in Berlin.
REUTERS/Maciej Figurski/FORUM

LC/JDP
SPORT TENNIS
RTR13EPG
May 04, 2003
Venus Williams of the U.S. packs away her racquets as she retires from
the final of the Warsaw Cup against...
Warsaw, Poland - Republic of
VENUS WILLIAMS PACKS AWAY HER RACQUETS IN WARSAW.
Venus Williams of the U.S. packs away her racquets as she retires from
the final of the Warsaw Cup against Amelie Mauresmo of France May
2003.Amelie Mauresmo upset Venus Williams 6-7 6-0 3-0 in the Warsaw Cup
final on Sunday as the American was forced to retire because of stomach
pains in the third set. Williams, who will regain her world number two
ranking next week despite the loss, is suffering from strained
abdominal muscles and is not sure if she will play in next week's
tournament in Berlin. REUTERS/Maciej Figurski/FORUM

LC/JDP
SPORT TENNIS
RTR13EO6
May 04, 2003
Amelie Mauresmo hits a return during her match against Venus Williams
during the Warsaw Cup final May...
Warsaw, Poland - Republic of
AMELIE MAURESMO HITS A RETURN TO VENUS WILLIAMS IN THEIR WARSAW CUP
FINAL.
Amelie Mauresmo hits a return during her match against Venus Williams
during the Warsaw Cup final May 4, 2003. Mauresmo beat Williams 6-7 6-0
3-0 as the American was forced to retire because of stomach pains in
the third set. Williams, who will regain her world number two ranking
next week despite the loss, is suffering from strained abdominal
muscles and is not sure if she will play in next week's tournament in
Berlin. REUTERS/Pawel Babala/FORUM

LC
SPORT TENNIS
RTR13EO4
May 04, 2003
Venus Williams of the U.S. chases down a return during her match
against Amelie Mauresmo during the...
Warsaw, Poland - Republic of
WILLIAMS CHASES DOWN A RETURN DURING HER MATCH AGAINST MAURESMO IN
WARSAW.
Venus Williams of the U.S. chases down a return during her match
against Amelie Mauresmo during the Warsaw Cup final May 4, 2003.
Mauresmo beat Williams 6-7 6-0 3-0 as the American was forced to retire
because of stomach pains in the third set. Williams, who will regain
her world number two ranking next week despite the loss, is suffering
from strained abdominal muscles and is not sure if she will play in
next week's tournament in Berlin. REUTERS/Pawel Babala/FORUM

LC
ENTERTAINMENT ARTHUR
RTRCITX
January 02, 2001
A Space Odyssey" suffers from post-polio syndrome, a condition that strikes polio survivors 10 to 40...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
FILE PHOTO OF SCIENCE FICTION WRITER ARTHUR CLARKE IN COLOMBO.
A Space Odyssey" suffers from post-polio syndrome, a condition that strikes polio survivors 10 to 40 years after their recovery from the disease and causes muscle and joint pain along with fatigue.

BK/HB
BANGLADESH DENGUE
RTR6MLB
July 25, 2000
A Bangladeshi mother takes care of her child, who is suffering from dengue fever, a lethal mosquito-borne...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
MOTHER CARES FOR HER CHILD SUFFERING FROM DENGUE FEVER IN DHAKA.
A Bangladeshi mother takes care of her child, who is suffering from dengue fever, a lethal mosquito-borne viral infection, at a Dhaka hospital July 25, 2000. Doctors said at least 20 people have died and hundreds infected by the disease in the past two weeks. Dengue fever, for which there is not vaccine, causes excruciating muscle and joint pains, high fevers and severe headaches. Its more virulent form can cause internal bleeding and death.

AA/HL
CHINA
RTRKAUR
December 13, 1998
A Qigong master waves her hand in front of a patient's face in an attempt to cure chronic back pain in...
Beijing, China
A PATIENT RECEIVES TRADITIONAL QIGONG TRAETMENT IN BEIJING.
A Qigong master waves her hand in front of a patient's face in an attempt to cure chronic back pain in Beijing December 13. Qigong, a type of traditional Chinese physical exercise, has been practiced for more than 5000 years. The exercise system incorporates special movements and deep breathing combined with muscle clenching.

NB/TAN
CHINA
RTRKAUK
December 13, 1998
A Qigong master waves her hands over a reclining patient in an attempt to cure chronic back pain in Beijing...
Beijing, China
WOMAN RECEIVES QIGONG TREATMENT IN BEIJING.
A Qigong master waves her hands over a reclining patient in an attempt to cure chronic back pain in Beijing December 13. Qigong, a type of traditional Chinese physical exercise, has been practiced for more than 5000 years. The exercise system incorporates special movements and deep breathing combined with muscle clenching.

NB/TAN
RTRWXIE
August 17, 1998
Sprinter Liliana Allen Doll of Mexico cries out in pain after tearing a muscle in the final of the women's...
Venezuela
MEXICAN RUNNER DOLL TEARS A MUSCLE AT CARIBBEAN GAMES.
Sprinter Liliana Allen Doll of Mexico cries out in pain after tearing a muscle in the final of the women's 100 meter dash, at the Pachencho Romero stadium in Maracaibo August 16. Doll injured her leg half way through the race and finished last in the event.

GN/SV
RTRGG3S
August 17, 1998
Sprinter Dwight Ferguson of the Bahamas screams in pain after injuring his hamstring muscle in the final...
Venezuela
SPRINTER FERGUSON OF THE BAHAMAS SCREAMS IN PAIN AT CARIBBEAN GAMES.
Sprinter Dwight Ferguson of the Bahamas screams in pain after injuring his hamstring muscle in the final of the men's 100 meter dash, at the Pachencho Romero stadium in Maracaibo August 16. Obadele Thompson of Barbados won the gold medal with a time of 10:20.

GN/SV
STOJKO
RTXIJQE
February 15, 1998
Canada's Elvis Stojko grimaces in pain at the completion of his performance in the men's free skating...
Canada's Elvis Stojko grimaces in pain at the completion of his performance in the men's free skatin.....
Canada's Elvis Stojko grimaces in pain at the completion of his performance in the men's free skating final at the White Ring in Nagano February 14, venue for the XVIII Winter Olympics. [Stojko, who won the silver medal, tore his right groin abductor muscle and was taken to hospital after the medal ceremony. Russia's Ilia Kulik won the gold medal and France's Philippe Candeloro the bronze]. ??»
RTRBGKG
February 14, 1998
Canada's Elvis Stojko grimaces in pain at the completion of his performance in the Olympic men's free...
Japan
ELVIS STOJKO OF CANADA PERFORMS HIS FREE PROGRAM IN THE WHITE RING STADIUM
Canada's Elvis Stojko grimaces in pain at the completion of his performance in the Olympic men's free skating final at the White Ring in Nagano February 14. Stojko, who won the silver medal, tore his right groin abductor muscle and was taken to hospital after the medal ceremony. Russia's Ilia Kulik won the gold medal and France's Philippe Candeloro the bronze.

OLYMPICS FIGURE SKATING
RTR294D
March 07, 1997
A Filipino street vendor uses a microphone to persuade customers into purchasing what he claims is a...
Philippines
A FILIPINO STREET VENDOR USES A MICROPHONE TO PERSUADE CUSTOMERS INTO BUYING HIS OINTMENT IN MANILA
A Filipino street vendor uses a microphone to persuade customers into purchasing what he claims is a rare ointment, contained in a box held by an assistant to his right, that supposedly cures all muscle pains and removes even body odor in Manila March 7. The salesmen perform magic tricks as well as giving away fake jewelry in a desperate attempt to attract people to sell their product. The ointment sells for 25 pesos (US$1) per piece.

PHILIPPINES
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