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Scientists outline stategy for AIDS cure

by Marlowe HOOD PARIS, France | AFP | Calling the AIDS epidemic “the most important global health challenge in modern history,” more than

Meds lower risk of HIV in couples having condomless sex

MIAMI | AFP | Tuesday 7/12/2016 – Antiretroviral therapy vastly lowers the risk of spreading HIV for couples in which one partner has

Age, sex of blood donor may impact patient outcome: study

Miami, United States | AFP | Monday 7/11/2016 – 15:00 GMT | 348 words

Blood that comes from donors who are young or

Female doctors earn $20k/yr less than men: US study

MIAMI- (AFP) Female doctors at public medical schools across the United States earn about $20,000 less per year than men, a study found

Facebook to put friends, family ahead of media

by Rob Lever Facebook said Wednesday it would give friends and family more prominence on user feeds, a move that may hurt media

Apple will promote organ donations in Health app

SAN FRANCISCO – Apple on Tuesday announced that the coming version of software for iPhones will include an easy way for people in

Very hot drinks ‘probably’ cause cancer: UN agency

by Mariëtte Le Roux Very hot drinks probably increase the risk of cancer, a UN agency said Wednesday, but coffee — once feared

Whole grain consumption could lead to longer life: study

WASHINGTON, | AFP | 6/13/2016 – A diet that includes three daily servings of whole grains appears to help people live longer, including

Study places air pollution among top 10 stroke risks

Paris, | AFP | 6/9/2016 – Air pollution was fingered for the first time as a major contributor to death and disability caused

The Healing Power of Onions – Part I

by Prof. Meenakshi Bhattacharjee, Onions are best known for two things: bad breath and tears. The popular vegetable found in most