Eternity in Medical Information -- Medisurf
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More family doctor services for deprived areas
- Changes will make registration with a GP easier for thousands -
03.19.2007 U.K. Department of Health (DH)
Americans still not eating enough fruits and vegetables, according to two recent studies
[Eat your vegetables] has been heard at the dinner tables of America for a long time. Has the message gotten through? Since 1990 the Dietary Guideline...
03.19.2007 American Journal of Preventive Medicine, EurekaAlert!-AAAS
Acute Viral Hepatitis Cases Down; Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B at Lowest Levels Ever Reported
03.15.2007 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Vietnam Planning to Keep HIV Rate Below 0.27%
Vietnam will nearly double the money spent last year to treat people with HIV and prevent
03.12.2007 World AIDS News by Mark Mascolini, International AIDS Society (IAS)
Doctors Lax in Monitoring HBV in People With HIV
Physicians in Dallas, Texas rarely measured hepatitis B virus (HBV) markers in people starting or continuing anti-HBV therapy, but they regularly moni...
03.07.2007 World AIDS News by Mark Mascolini, International AIDS Society (IAS)
Blood Selling Poses HIV Risk in Rural China Region
Legal but sometimes poorly managed blood selling still poses a risk of HIV transmission in remote Chinese provinces like Guizhou, the Boston Globe rep...
03.06.2007 World AIDS News by Mark Mascolini, International AIDS Society (IAS)
Starting ART Earlier Could Double Survival in India
Starting antiretroviral therapy (ART) at a CD4 count below 200 cells/ μL would prolong survival 34 months compared with no treatment in an Indian po...
03.03.2007 World AIDS News by Mark Mascolini, International AIDS Society (IAS)
Faster ART in South Africa Could Save 650,000 Lives
Faster scale-up of antiretroviral therapy (ART) in South Africa could avert 300,000 to 650,000 deaths, according to a simulation model devised by Roch...
03.03.2007 World AIDS News by Mark Mascolini, International AIDS Society (IAS)
   
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