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Bob Johnson Fights Malaria With Necktie Line
BET founder Bob Johnson is partnering with malaria prevention and awareness organization Malaria No...


Commentary: 5 Lessons From Africa About Fighting AIDS
Africa hasn't done everything right, but America should take note of these strategies....


Boko Haram Offers to Swap Kidnapped Girls for Detainees
Extremist group offers to free more than 200 young women and girls....


Researchers Make Breakthrough With Malaria Vaccine
The disease kills nearly one million people each year, mostly children in Africa....


Fighting AIDS in Obama's Ancestral Land
A chronicle of daily life in Kenya's Nyanza Province paves the way for medical breakthroughs. How O...


Fascinating Black Gene Research Emerges From China
A new study out of Shanghai suggests that some of African-Americans’ most troublesome diseases are ...


New Mosquito Type Seen Making Malaria Fight Harder
LONDON (Reuters) - Scientists have discovered a new type of mosquito in Africa unlike any documente...


Global Fund Announces New Anti-Corruption Measures
GENEVA (AP) -- A $21.7 billion global health fund and the U.N.'s main development arm launched new ...


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...


Children Suffer Abuse, Army Recruitment in Central African Republic Crisis
A rebel takeover in March has threatened the health and safety of more than 100,000 children in Cen...


In Liberia, The Threat of Ebola Is No Laughing Matter
In Liberia, fears are mounting about the Ebola virus, which has spread from Guinea....


African business takes on malaria
African business takes on malaria...


Africans Text Message to Check if Drugs Are Real
LONDON (AP) — For Africans wondering whether the malaria drugs they've bought are real, there...


Was Karl Rove's Fried Chicken Joke Racist?
Karl Rove's joke that Black strategist Donna Brazile owes him some fried chicken falls flat....


This Day in Black History: Feb. 6, 1820
On Feb. 6, 1820, 88 free Black men and women set sail for the British colony of Sierra Leone aboard...


Commentary: Let’s Not Compare African Poverty to Black American Poverty
A new awareness campaign by Bread for the World seeks to draw a connection between Africans struggl...


Jourdan Dunn to Bring Awareness to Sickle Cell Anemia
The supermodel's son was diagnosed with the blood disorder....


Commentary: The Shame of Hunger
The global community needs common sense strategies to combat hunger, not the most novel ones....


Serena Williams Appointed Goodwill Ambassador
The tennis superstar will use her celebrity to help at-risk children get a quality education....


Mutant mosquitoes fight dengue in Cayman Islands
Scientists have released genetically modified mosquitoes in an experiment to fight dengue fever in ...

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