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1 min ago | Times Educational Supplement
It is a piece of good news that has probably escaped the attention of all but those with the most vested of interests: mortality rates for some of the world's most lethal diseases are falling.
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4 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
Speaking Monday at an annual conference on Africa sponsored by U.S. Sen. Chris Coons, Clinton said issues such as food insecurity, disease and resource management have to be confronted in order to improve the lives of Africans in a continent often torn by ethnic and tribal conflicts.
6 hrs ago | Genesee Country Express
A: Many things can be done to help ensure a traveler's health and safety. See your healthcare provider well before your planned departure date.
10 hrs ago | India Talkies
New Delhi, March 10: India and the African countries should mull forming a working group to explore healthcare cooperation, stakeholders and experts said here Monday.
14 hrs ago | MBendi
A woman in dies every 2 hours while giving birth. High maternal and neonatal death rates are primarily due to poor access to quality delivery and emergency obstetric and neonatal care and low use of available services.
A new study published in the Science journal has advised governments and health authorities as well as travelers wishing to visit Africa, Asia, Central and Southern America to up their proactive measures against the malaria-carrying mosquitoes as cases of the disease will multiply each year due to global warming.
Yes, this is a scary headline. Almost sounds sensational. It isn't. It is a cold hard fact.
As the saying goes, "If you want something said, ask a man. If you want something done, ask a woman."
You're about to set foot on foreign soil. Are you prepared to be there? If you've done the following, you're in good shape: 1. Fill out the emergency information page of your passport.
Raymond Akers Jr. says he was one of those "techie, nerd kids with the pocket protector."
Doctors have long suspected that natural killer cells may play a role in some recurrent pregnancy losses.
This native wildflower is a delight to notice on a hike through Florida's pine woods or sandy uplands.
In the tropical highlands of South America and East Africa, cool temperatures have historically kept mosquito-borne diseases, such as malaria, at bay.
Researchers have found that people living in the highlands of Africa and South America are at an increased risk of catching the mosquito-borne disease during hotter years.
Representing the NHS and helping those who do not have easy access to health care is the aim of a Leamington medical student who is travelling to Tanzania this month.
A man in Canada holds an umbrella for his friend in British Columbia on Thursday, March 6. Gary Nylander/Kelowna Courier/The Canadian Press/AP Relief may be on the way for a weather-weary United States with the predicted warming of the central Pacific Ocean brewing this year that will likely change weather worldwide.