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Liberia Is Ebola-Free
World Health Organization declares outbreak in West African nation over, after 42 days of no new ca...


Health Hero: Organization Provides Emergency Care When Police Refuse
People's Community Medics empower Oakland residents....


Two More Aid Workers Flown Back to US For Ebola Monitoring
Fifteen workers have been sent home since last week....


December 1 Is World AIDS Day!
Do you know your HIV status?...


Gonorrhea Growing Resistant to Drugs, WHO Warns
Gonorrhea is growing resistant to drugs and could soon become untreatable, the World Health Organiz...


Doctor Gives Blood for Ebola-infected Dallas Nurse
Kent Brantly donated blood for a transfusion....


After First U.S. Diagnosis, Up to 18 Being Monitored for Ebola in Dallas
AP has identified the patient as Thomas Eric Duncan....


Liberian Doctors to Receive Experimental Ebola Drug
Some critics claim that more Africans should be given access to the treatment....


As Ebola Spread Outpaces Control Effort, WHO Plans $100 Million Response
Since March 2014, about 1,323 confirmed and suspected cases have been reported and more than 700 pe...


WHO: Violence Against Women a Global Health Epidemic
One-third of women across the world are victims of intimate partner abuse....


Health Hero: Improving the Health and Lives of Women in NOLA
Deon Haywood’s organization helps the most vulnerable....


Report: Severe Sudan Floods Affect 300,000 People
Rarely seen flash flooding in Sudan has affected more than 300,000 people and killed at least 48, a...


Clinton, Gates: Fight AIDS more efficiently
Clinton | Gates: Fight AIDS more efficiently...


WHO, UNICEF Seek to Save Lives During Africa’s Hunger Epidemic
In an effort to save lives during Horn of Africa’s current hunger crisis, workers from two top glob...


National Science Organization Discriminates Against Blacks
The National Institutes of Health, a new study finds, gives Blacks fewer grants than whites....


UN Report: AIDS-Related Deaths Down 21 Percent
A new UNAIDS report shows that, worldwide, deaths from AIDS are at their lowest level since 2005, s...


Haiti Cholera Vaccine Blocked by Bureaucracy
Although a life-saving cholera vaccine is ready for distribution in Haiti, the rollout has been sta...


South Africa Recalls Faulty HIV Test Kits
South Africa has announced a recall of 500,000 HIV test kits made by SD Bioline after some proved t...


Obama Names Ebola 'Czar' as Precautions Expand
Former White House staffer Ron Klain will report to national security adviser Susan Rice....


UN: Cholera Eases in Haiti But Rural Deaths High
Haiti's cholera outbreak appears to be diminishing nationwide but the death rate in rural areas rem...

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