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HIV Self-Testing Safe and Accurate: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

HIV Self-Testing Safe and Accurate: London School of Hygiene a...

New research has found that HIV self-testing (HIVST) that involves training individuals to perform and interpret their own HIV test may prove to be a widely used, safe and accurate method of controlling the epidemic. These findings suggest that ... MedIndia, 1 month ago
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Study: bread better for Vitamin D fortification

A study undertaken by researchers from the UK's Department of Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine set out to answer the question: does fortification of staple foods improve vitamin D intakes and status of groups at risk of ...
 IFI Online2 months ago Strengthening maternal and child health in Asia  Overseas Development Institute2 months ago
Arab News

3 share Nobel medicine prize for new tools to kill parasites

STOCKHOLM: Three scientists from the US, Japan and China won the Nobel Prize in medicine on Monday for discovering drugs to fight malaria and other tropical diseases that affect hundreds of millions of people every year. The Nobel judges in ...
 Arab News6 hours ago Nobel Prize in Medcine goes to pioneers in parasitic diseases  Club of Mozambique3 days ago Nobel Prize | 3 share medicine award for new tools to kill parasites  Macau Daily Times4 days ago Nobel prize for medicine goes to parasite research  Radio New Zealand4 days ago

Ticks Known to Carry Lyme Disease Discovered in London Parks

Still, researchers say nature enthusiasts shouldn't worry A report published in today's issue of the journal Medical and Veterinary Entomology cautions that, as revealed by a recent investigation carried out by scientists at the London School of ...
 Softpedia2 weeks ago

Ebola's persistence causes concern

London - A growing awareness of how the Ebola virus can hide in parts of the body such as eyes, breasts and testicles long after leaving the bloodstream raises questions about whether the disease can ever be beaten. Virologists said Friday's ...
 IOL14 hours ago Ebola's persistence in survivors fuels concerns over future risks  Business Insider18 hours ago Scots Ebola nurse seriously ill in hospital after falling sick again  STV.tv18 hours ago British Ebola nurse back in hospital  Canberra Times7 hours ago
Daily Nation

Chinese herbal expert among Nobel medicine prize winners

Derived from a herb used to treat fevers some 1,700 years ago, the anti-malaria drug artemisinin is one of many treatments plucked from the treasure chest of ancient Chinese medicine and repackaged for a modern age. The compound revolutionised ...
 Daily Nation3 days ago 'Gifts' from Chinese herbal medicine  Qatar Peninsula4 days ago Gifts from Chinese herbal medicine  Malaysian Insider4 days ago China's Tu Youyou took 1,700-year-old hint for Nobel Prize breakthrough  Japan Times3 days ago
Washington Post

The Latest: Traditional medicine inspired Nobel laureates

By , STOCKHOLM — Latest developments in the announcement of the Nobel Prize in Medicine (all times local): ___ 2:45 p.m. Nobel Prize-winner Satoshi Omura has revealed that the key to developing ivermectin was found on a golf course. ...
 Washington Post4 days ago The Latest: Discovery on Golf Course Inspired Nobel Winner  ABC News4 days ago The Latest: Disease experts hail impact of Nobel laureates  Mail.com4 days ago Discovery on golf course inspired Nobel winner  Mail.com4 days ago
Christian Science Monitor

School gardens help fruit, vegetables to flourish in low-income food deserts

High school students nationwide are learning more about nutrition and gardening in neighborhoods which lack ready access to fresh, healthy, and affordable food. First lady Michelle Obama takes the watering can from student Nare Kande, 9, of the New ...
 Christian Science Monitor1 month ago
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Pauline Cafferkey contracts Ebola again and returns to London hospital isolation unit

Pauline Cafferkey, 39, flown from Glasgow to Royal Free Hospital by RAF She is in a 'serious condition' in isolation unit she was in ten months ago Ten days ago she met PM's wife at Downing Street reception for heroes N urse fell ill last year after ...
 Social Dashboard4 hours ago Pauline Cafferkey who contracted Ebola is back in isolation after meeting Samantha Cameron  Social Dashboard17 hours ago

Antiparasitic drugs derived from natural products take 2015 medicine Nobel

William Campbell (left) and Satoshi Omura (centre) received half the prize for discovering avermectin and Youyou Tu (right) received the other half for isolating artemisinin Nobel Foundation The 2015 Nobel prize in physiology or medicine has been ...
 RSC4 days ago The Latest: China 'awarded' by Nobel prize in medicine  Mail.com4 days ago Campbell, Omura, Tu awarded Nobel prize for medicine  The Korea Herald Business3 days ago
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