A popular belief about obesity is that it affects only western or developped societies where food is available aplenty. It is the curse of the rich and the poor of the developed world epitomized by hulking...
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"The Harpocrites would rather hide in Quebec during the nationalist festival of St. Jean Baptiste, hidden in the old Quebec Fortress than appear anywhere near Toronto this weekend. Conservatives, anti-gay sentiment colour this year's pride parade ..."
Phnom Penh, May 2006. Standing at the intersection of Moniwong Boulevard and Charles de Gaulle I watch the traffic, oblivious of where I am. In the hot and sticky weather of this month of May I only want to cool...
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"A BITTER blonde infected with the Aids virus went on a vengeful mission to spread the disease.
Sarah Jane Porter, 43, was made HIV positive by a black lover — and set out to pass it to other Afro-Caribbean men.
"Reuters - Mutations in a single gene may have
turned the AIDS virus from a fairly benign infection of monkeys
and apes into a global pandemic that has killed more than 25
million people in 25 years, researchers said on Thursday."
"ARCHENA is 13 years old. Her mother is dead, her father is long gone.
She lives with her grandmother and aunt in a mud-grey house set apart from the rest of her village and yearns to be a teacher.
But her relatives won't hear of it. They are...
"Though the first detection of HIV in Bangladesh in 1959 the rate of infection has not been. increased in comparison to our neighbors. A total of 8% AIDS cases were detected of which 43 have already died and most...
"AP - India now has the largest number of AIDS infections as the spread of the disease shows no sign of letting up a quarter-century into an epidemic that has claimed 25 million lives, the U.N. reported Tuesday."
"AP - Testing for the AIDS virus could become part of routine physical exams for adults and teens if doctors follow new U.S. guidelines expected to be issued by this summer. Federal health officials say...
"The well being and life of 600.000 Thais living with HIV, including 200,000 women and 12,000 children, depends on readily available and affordable antiretroviral therapies. Currently, only 80.000 people have...
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"HIV infection rates have fallen by a third in the worst hit regions of south India, research suggests. The joint Indian and Canadian team say the figures show safe sex awareness campaigns can have a dramatic...
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