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NIGERIA-HEALTH/NEWBORNS
RTS30N59
February 03, 2020
A Crib A'Glow phototherapy unit is seen at the Tiny Hearts Foundation office in Yenagoa, Bayelsa state,...
Yenagoa, Nigeria
A Crib A'Glow phototherapy unit is seen at the Tiny Hearts Foundation office in Yenagoa, Bayelsa state...
A Crib A'Glow phototherapy unit is seen at the Tiny Hearts Foundation office in Yenagoa, Bayelsa state, Nigeria January 9, 2020. Picture taken January 9, 2020. REUTERS/Seun Sanni
NIGERIA-HEALTH/NEWBORNS
RTS30N57
February 03, 2020
Crib A'Glow phototherapy units are seen arranged in a cupboard at the Tiny Hearts Foundation office in...
Yenagoa, Nigeria
Crib A'Glow phototherapy units are seen arranged in a cupboard at the Tiny Hearts Foundation office in...
Crib A'Glow phototherapy units are seen arranged in a cupboard at the Tiny Hearts Foundation office in Yenagoa, Bayelsa state, Nigeria January 9, 2020. Picture taken January 9, 2020. REUTERS/Seun Sanni
VIETNAM/
RTR26O0J
August 13, 2009
A nurse looks at a prematurely born baby lying inside a phototherapy unit at a hospital in Hanoi August...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A nurse looks at a prematurely born baby lying inside a phototherapy unit at a hospital in Hanoi
A nurse looks at a prematurely born baby lying inside a phototherapy unit at a hospital in Hanoi August 13, 2009. Vietnam's population has now reached 86.5 million, up 1.5 percent from 2007, making its the 13th most populous nation in the world. The Communist-ruled country has restricted families of state employees to two children, and threatens violators with punishments that range from fines to suspension from the political party. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM HEALTH POLITICS SOCIETY)
VIETNAM/
RTR26O02
August 13, 2009
A prematurely born baby lies inside a phototherapy unit at a hospital in Hanoi August 13, 2009. Vietnam's...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A prematurely born baby lies inside a phototherapy unit at a hospital in Hanoi
A prematurely born baby lies inside a phototherapy unit at a hospital in Hanoi August 13, 2009. Vietnam's population has now reached 86.5 million, up 1.5 percent from 2007, making its the 13th most populous nation in the world. The Communist-ruled country has restricted families of state employees to two children, and threatens violators with punishments that range from fines to suspension from the political party. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM HEALTH POLITICS SOCIETY)
CUBA/
RTR1XV4N
March 04, 2008
A premature baby lies in an incubator wile receiving phototherapy at the Neonatal Intensive Care unit...
Havana, Cuba
A premature baby lies in an incubator wile receiving phototherapy at the Neonatal Intensive Care unit...
A premature baby lies in an incubator wile receiving phototherapy at the Neonatal Intensive Care unit at the Ramon Gonzalez Coro maternity hospital in Havana January 24, 2008. Cuba has an infant mortality rate on a par with rich industrialized nations, of 5.3 deaths per 1,000 live births, which it boasts is lower than in the United States. Maternal mortality was down from 49.4 to 31.1 deaths per 100,000 live births. Picture taken January 24, 2008
REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/
RTR1XV3H
March 04, 2008
A premature baby receives intravenous immunoglobulin combined with phototherapy at the Neonatal Intensive...
Havana, Cuba
A premature baby receives intravenous immunoglobulin combined with phototherapy at the Neonatal Intensive...
A premature baby receives intravenous immunoglobulin combined with phototherapy at the Neonatal Intensive Care unit at the Ramon Gonzalez Coro maternity hospital in Havana February 22, 2008. Cuba has an infant mortality rate on a par with rich industrialized nations, of 5.3 deaths per 1,000 live births, which it boasts is lower than in the United States. Maternal mortality was down from 49.4 to 31.1 deaths per 100,000 live births. Picture taken February 22, 2008
REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/
RTR1XV39
March 04, 2008
A premature baby receives phototherapy at the Neonatal Intensive Care unit at the Ramon Gonzalez Coro...
Havana, Cuba
A premature baby receives phototherapy at the Neonatal Intensive Care unit at the Ramon Gonzalez Coro...
A premature baby receives phototherapy at the Neonatal Intensive Care unit at the Ramon Gonzalez Coro maternity hospital in Havana January 24, 2008. Cuba has an infant mortality rate on a par with rich industrialized nations, of 5.3 deaths per 1,000 live births, which it boasts is lower than in the United States. Maternal mortality was down from 49.4 to 31.1 deaths per 100,000 live births. Picture taken January 24, 2008 REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/
RTR1XV2L
March 04, 2008
A doctor touches a premature baby receiving phototherapy at the at the Neonatal Intensive Care unit at...
Havana, Cuba
A doctor touches a premature baby receiving phototherapy at the at the Neonatal Intensive Care unit at...
A doctor touches a premature baby receiving phototherapy at the at the Neonatal Intensive Care unit at the Ramon Gonzalez Coro maternity hospital in Havana February 22, 2008. Cuba has an infant mortality rate on a par with rich industrialized nations, of 5.3 deaths per 1,000 live births, which it boasts is lower than in the United States. Maternal mortality was down from 49.4 to 31.1 deaths per 100,000 live births.
Picture taken February 22, 2008
REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CANADA
RTR1OZQN
April 24, 2007
Four-day-old Abby wears an eye shade as she undergoes light therapy to treat jaundice at a hospital in...
Winnipeg, Canada
A premature baby wears an eye shade as she undergoes light therapy to treat jaundice at a hospital in...
Four-day-old Abby wears an eye shade as she undergoes light therapy to treat jaundice at a hospital in Winnipeg, Canada, December 19, 2005. Abby was born six weeks premature. Picture taken December 19. REUTERS/Shaun Best BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
CHINA/
RTR1NSNG
March 23, 2007
A baby receives phototherapy to treat infant jaundice at a hospital in Xining, northwestern China's Qinghai...
Xining, China
A baby receives phototherapy to treat infant jaundice at a hospital in Xining
A baby receives phototherapy to treat infant jaundice at a hospital in Xining, northwestern China's Qinghai province, March 23, 2007. REUTERS/Simon Zo (CHINA)
LIGHT THERAPY BELGIUM
RTR1IOA3
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)
CUBA CHERNOBYL
RTRGETI
April 26, 2005
Ukrainian girl Natalia, 10, victim of Chernobyl explosion, receives treatment for alopecia in Tarara,...
Tarara, Cuba
Ukrainian girl Natalia, 10, victim of Chernobyl explosion, receives treatment for alopecia in Tarara,...
Ukrainian girl Natalia, 10, victim of Chernobyl explosion, receives treatment for alopecia in Tarara, outside of Havana. Ukrainian girl Natalia, 10, a victim of radiation fallout from the 1986 power plant explosion in Chernobyl, receives treatment for alopecia at the Pediatric Hospital in Tarara, outside of Havana, April 26, 2005. Since 1990, Cuba has treated 18,000 Ukrainian children free of charge for loss of hair, skin disorders, cancer, leukemia 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
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
PHILIPPINES
RTR8PZ5
August 12, 2004
Filipino premature babies get a phototherapy at a Kangaroo ward in Manila, in this picture taken August...
Manila, Philippines
Filipino premature babies get a phototherapy at a Kangaroo ward in Manila.
Filipino premature babies get a phototherapy at a Kangaroo ward in Manila, in this picture taken August 12, 2004.. Roughly five babies are born every hour during peak season at a hospital known for its reputation as Manila's baby factory. Slowing Philippine birth rate, among Asia's fastest at 2.36 percent a year is key to Arroyo's pledge to create 6 million jobs and remove the country off debt. Picture taken August 12, 2004. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo
PHILIPPINES
RTR8PYY
August 12, 2004
Filipino premature babies get a phototherapy at a Kangaroo ward in Manila, in this picture taken August...
Manila, Philippines
Filipino premature babies get a phototherapy at a Kangaroo ward in Manila.
Filipino premature babies get a phototherapy at a Kangaroo ward in Manila, in this picture taken August 12, 2004.. Roughly five babies are born every hour during peak season at a hospital known for its reputation as Manila's baby factory. Slowing Philippine birth rate, among Asia's fastest at 2.36 percent a year is key to Arroyo's pledge to create 6 million jobs and remove the country off debt. Picture taken August 12, 2004. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo
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