Friday, February 23, 2018

Largest HIV outbreak in Indiana history: A toxic mix of drug addiction, poverty, hopelessness

"There's a drug house they just tore down," said 18-year-old Chandler Bowman, behind the wheel of his Chrysler Sebring. "Someone just hit this house recently...

Premier League footballers are joining forces against ebola

Carlton Cole and Nathaniel Clyne of the Premier League are behind a fundraising reception to help tackle ebola in Sierra Leona and those orphaned...

Why is E-Cigarettes Use Among Teen Increasing?

Newly-released federal data revealed that use of e-cigarettes among middle and high school students tripled from 2013 to 2014.   The latest National Youth Tobacco Survey...

Cancer breakthrough: Kansas researchers testing compound that inhibits tumors

It’s not a cure just yet, but a new treatment being tested at the University of Kansas is holding out for the promise of...

West Africa Presidents Appeal for Post-Ebola Aid Ahead of Obama Talks

The leaders of the West African countries hardest hit by the Ebola outbreak of the past year have called on the international community to...

Scientists find potential cause of Alzheimer’s in immune system

While there is growing evidence that the immune system is involved in Alzheimer's disease, it is not clear how. Now a new study finds...

Divorcees ‘have more heart attacks’

Divorcees are more likely to have a heart attack than their peers who stay married, US research suggests. An analysis of 15,827 people showed women...

World Health Organization warns against unnecessary C-section

The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a global warning asking women to refrain from unnecessary Cesarean section (C-section) to give birth. “In a lot of developing and...

Genes May Mean Short People Prone to Heart Disease

Researchers suggest a link between stature and cardiovascular risk Short people may be more likely to have heart disease, and that increased risk could be...

HIV Is Like ‘Internet Malware’ And Early Detection Is Key To Stop It From...

The HIV virus behaves like Internet malware, spreading through bodies utilizing a two-pronged approach, a new study reveals. Like its electronic equivalent, early treatment...

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Ethiopian Prime minister’s resignation part of EPRDF’s ongoing reform to address legitimate public demands...

The Consular-General of the Ethiopian Government to Somaliland, General Berhe Tesfaye released the below-copied statement to the local press Wednesday. It reads: Hargeisa: In the last...

‘Somalia’ Highest Ninth In World Corruption Index 2017 of Transparency International

Somalia ranks highest in the Transparency Corruption Perception Index of 2017 by scoring 9th (#180) - the lowest in the table for the 11th...

University of Hargeisa Goes DotSo of the Somalia Federal Government!

The Republic of Somaliland's state-owned, state-run University of Hargeisa (UOH) goes under the official Somalia Federal Government domain DotSo (.so). Permission for use of FGS...