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Research On HIV Vaccine And The Possible Cure Is On The Right Track, Says Australian Researchers, Here's Why
As The Quest For A Possible HIV Cure Continues, A Renowned Team Of Researchers Said That It Is Going Through The Right Track, But Why Is That? What Made Them Say It? Could This Mean The 'Cure' Is Already Here?
The HIV Stigma: Ahead of HIV Awareness Day, Experts Have Revealed The Possible Cure For The Virus To Stop The Undying Stigma
Ahead Of HIV Awareness Day, Is It Still Possible To Put An End To The Undying And Worsening Conditions Of The HIV Stigma? Find Out What Authorities Have To Say
Groundbreaking Discovery: Is The Cure For HIV Finally Here? Find Out What Recent Study Says
With The Rising Number Of HIV Positive Patients, Can This So-Called Groundbreaking HIV Antibody Be Finally Considered As The Cure That Everyone’s Been Waiting For?
November 16 Is World COPD Day
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is the fourth leading cause of death worldwide. About 30 million Indians suffer from COPD.
Tuberculosis Epidemic Worse Than Expected, WHO Warns Disease Not Under Control
The WHO Global Tuberculosis Report 2016 shows disparaging numbers in both reporting and financing. Because of this, the world may not meet it's lofty goals set in the 2014 World Health Assembly.
WHO Declares Americas Measles Free
The Americas is free of measles, as declared by the World Health Organization (WHO)
WHO Reports Says 92 Percent Of World Live In Polluted Air
The World Health Organization (WHO) has said in its report that 92 percent of the world's population is living under air pollution.
Childhood Muscular Fitness Leads to Better Protection Later
A study has shown that childhood muscular fitness could protect children later against deadly diseases.
Zika Virus Is A Threat In Rio’s Olympics In Brazil And Abroad
Zika virus has posted a threat to the upcoming Rio Olympics 2016. The atheletes need to know some important guidelines.
Scientists suggest longer quarantine to stop deadly MERS virus
The MERS Virus is considered by the WHO as a "threat to the entire world". A new study recommends a longer quarantine period for patients suspected of carrying the MERS virus to avoid its further spread.
Novel Coronavirus Spreads Among Humans
The Novel Coronavirus (nCoV) is spreading across humans worldwide, says the World Health Organization (WHO).