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A medical officer notes a woman's details before she takes an HIV/AIDS test at a mobile testing unit in Ndeeba, a suburb of the Ugandan capital Kampala.
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New research identifies the unhappiest cities in the U.S., but finds that some young people are still willing to relocate to them for a good job opportunity or lower housing prices.
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Sydney, July 22 The number of people with HIV has dropped by 18.7 percent since 2012, according to a report made public at the 20th International AIDS Conference being held in Melbourne.
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The system uses heat detection technology and can detect the malaria parasite in a single blood cell within just four minutes.
Siliguri, July 21: The director of health services today held a meeting with medical officials of all seven north Bengal districts in Uttarkanya to assess the outbreak of Japanese Encephalitis in the region and to determine the steps to be taken to prevent the disease from spreading further.
Today, fewer people are dying from HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria, according to a new, first-of-its-kind analysis of trend data from 188 countries.
New HIV infections dropped by almost one-third from the epidemic peak; TB deaths declined by 3.7 percent between 2000 and 2013; child deaths from malaria in sub-Saharan Africa have dropped 31.5 percent in the past decade SEATTLE-Today, fewer people are dying from HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria, according to a new, first-of-its-kind analysis of ... (more)
Cambodia's six-month malaria report may have jumped to erroneous conclusions, leaving officials yesterday to concede that mixed and matched figures from the past two years potentially created overly positive results.
The CD27 drug is a true alternative against malaria, researchers now report. They have analyzed the crystalline structure of the DNA with the drug by performing X-ray diffraction experiments at the ALBA synchrotron.
It is launching its range into India at the end of August as part of the UK government's GREAT Britain tourism campaign.
Image Caption: Might gene drives be used to render mosquito populations unable to transmit malaria? A team of scientists has outlined a framework for an open, well-informed conversation about this emerging technology.
Massachusetts reports new case of potentially deadly mosquito-borne virus only days after two people were confirmed to have contracted it in Florida The disease is passed from human to human by infected mosquitoes the same way malaria and dengue fever are transmitted Massachusetts health officials have confirmed the state's first case this year of ... (more)
On the eve of the 20th International AIDS Conference taking place in Melbourne, three leading HIV and drugs organisations have issued a stark warning that global funding for HIV prevention for people who inject drugs is in crisis and that achieving an 'AIDS-free generation' will be impossible without concerted action.
She knows it from the members of her family who had it; she can't even count them all.
HE IS A doctor with a gift for treating children with the rarest of diseases who is no stranger to seeing the innocent suffer.
If your wife is a researcher in medical entomology, you'll often hear odd tidbits related to mosquito-borne diseases.
There are a million great reasons to get outside this summer. But one that might keep you locked inside? Mosquitos.
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