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There is a chance the Aids epidemic can be brought under control by 2030, according to a report by the United Nations Aids agency.It said the number of new HIV infections and deaths from Aids were both...

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In a world where knowledge is power, there seems to be an increasing knowledge gap with science and medical students. It seems that there is a plethora of reasons why this is the case. Recent studies into...

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Scientists say they have developed the world’s first vaccine against dengue fever seen to work in large-scale trials.Research in the Lancet journal suggests more than 50% of children who are given the...

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More than 650,000 children worldwide develop tuberculosis each year, research in the journal Lancet Global Health suggests.The figure stands almost 25% higher than current predictions made by the World...

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Memory loss can be something of a burden. If you are suffering from memory loss, you are undoubtedly looking at ways that you can improve your memory for the better. While the feeling of memory loss can...

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More and more people are becoming increasingly concerned about employee safety on construction sites. A naturally dangerous workplace, some are requesting that workers are being made a priority and that...

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We have all found ourselves injured at the behest of someone else yet very few of us have claimed for the injury. According to new government statistics, more people than ever in 2014 are claiming for...

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Health care systems vary greatly from country to country. The UK was voted as having the best system in the world many times as they allow any resident of their country access to free treatment, regardless...

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Governments around the world have recently announced massive cuts in healthcare funding. In the UK, the National Health Service has taken a real battering, which means one of the only free healthcare solutions...