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U.S. Anti-AIDS Abstinence Efforts in Africa Fail to Prevent HIV
Scientific American

U.S. Anti-AIDS Abstinence Efforts in Africa Fail to Prevent HIV

Over the past 15 years the U.S. has spent $1.4 billion promoting abstinence before marriage as a way of preventing HIV in 14 countries in sub-Saharan Africa. Unfortunately, according to the most comprehensive, independent study conducted to date of ... Scientific American, 3 hours ago
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Irish Independent

Three prison officers wait on HIV tests after convicted rapist's bite attack

Three prison officers face a nervous wait for HIV tests after they were bitten by a convicted rapist during a shocking attack behind bars. Three prison officers face a nervous wait for HIV tests after they were bitten by a convicted rapist during a ...
 Irish Independent3 hours ago Officers' HIV terror after savage, biting attack  Sunday World Ireland4 hours ago Three prison officers wait on tests after bite attack by 'HIV-Positive' rapist  Irish Independent2 hours ago
FOXNews.com

Abstinence Programs Don't Stop HIV, Study Finds

The U.S. funds abstinence and faithfulness education in sub-Saharan Africa to prevent HIV transmission, but a new study suggests the investment doesn't lead to less risky sexual behaviors in that area. When researchers looked at the number of ...
 NBCNews.com14 hours ago US-funded abstinence programs not working in Africa  Channel NewsAsia16 hours ago News Outlets Continue To Report On Health Affairs Study Showing U.S. Funding For Abstinence Programs Not Associated With HIV Risk Reduction In Africa  Kaiser Network.org5 minutes ago Abstinence Programs Not Effective Against Spread Of HIV, Stanford Study Finds  California Healthline23 hours ago
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AlertNet

Pat for Lanka HIV order

The United Nations has welcomed a landmark ruling by Sri Lanka's highest court prohibiting the discrimination of people living with HIV in education, saying the judgment would set a precedent and help victims seek justice for other forms of prejudice.
 The Telegraph16 hours ago U.N. hails landmark ruling by Sri Lanka's top court to outlaw HIV discrimination  Reuters India22 hours ago U.N. Voices Support For Sri Lankan Top Court's Ruling Prohibiting HIV Discrimination In Education  Kaiser Network.org5 minutes ago UN hails landmark HIV discrimination ruling by Sri Lanka court  AlertNet22 hours ago
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Ghanaians still struggle under the weight of HIV/AIDS

HIV-positive Ghanaians are worried that their supply of life-saving medicines will dry up as donor funds dwindle. Five million AIDS sufferers in central and western Africa still have no access to treatment. Langah Amadu is one of those living ...
 Deutsche Welle6 minutes ago
Scottish Daily Express

Anger as Google is given access to confidential health data of 1.6 MILLION NHS patients

GOOGLE has been given access to 1.6million NHS patients' records - including information on people who are HIV positive
 Scottish Daily Express1 hour ago If Google has nothing to hide about NHS data, why so secretive?  New Scientist2 hours ago Google 'given access to 1.6 million NHS patient records'  STV.tv3 hours ago NHS to share 1.6 million medical records with Google  The Week UK5 hours ago

Man infects his daughter with HIV

A 60-year-old man on Wednesday appeared in a Narok court charged with defiling and deliberately infecting his 10 year old daughter with Aids. Benedictus Alambo Anzaya however, denied committing the offence on diverse dates between October 2014 and ...
 Kenya News Agency3 hours ago

NHIF applauded for according HIV/Aids patients medical cover

The National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) management has been applauded for including HIV/Aids treatment in its medical cover. A Nakuru Christian Organization, The Good Samaritan Group Chairman, James Omondi, said the initiative was proof that the ...
 Kenya News Agency3 hours ago
MSN Philippines

Germany is about to legalize marijuana

Medicinal marijuana is gaining popularity to ease suffering from cancer, glaucoma, HIV or AIDS, Hepatitis C, Parkinson's disease and other conditions See Also Here's why the opioid epidemic is so bad in West Virginia — the state with the ...
 Business Insider UK14 hours ago Germany to legalise medicinal cannabis: minister  France2420 hours ago Germany to legalize medicinal cannabis minister  Rappler20 hours ago Cabinet approves MoU between India and Papua New Guinea on cooperation in the field of health area and medical science  Business Standard6 days ago
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Launching HIV/Aids Forum to give hope

uThukela Mayor Dudu Mazibuko encouraged people to get tested for HIV, know their status, and take precautions and medication
 Look Local6 hours ago
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