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Mosquitoes prowling for a blood meal are drawn to the plumes of carbon dioxide exhaled with each human breath.
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Japan boasts the second-largest pharmaceutical industry in the world. With its rich background in medical research, the country has turned its attention to diseases of the developing world with this year's launch of the Global Health Innovative Technology Fund—a new public-private partnership between five Japanese pharmaceutical ... (more)
Nicole Kidman and Colin Firth stood by the cutting at Kanchanaburi in Thailand - site of the infamous Death Railway - lost in a moment of reverence.
Archeologists sift through the sand with a sifter to find smaller artifacts and bones.
But once they get close to us, they often steer away toward exposed areas such as ankles and feet, being drawn there by skin odors.
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said a recent spike in measles cases is a threat to health security.
Hostway , a leading provider of cloud, managed and hybrid hosting services, today announced a new approach to the company's gift-giving tradition: This year, the company will provide website visitors an opportunity to vote for one of five charities , with the organization that gets the most votes receiving a donation of $10,000 from Hostway.
You're about to set foot on foreign soil. Are you prepared to be there? If you've done the following, you're in good shape: 1. Fill out the emergency information page of your passport.
This happens via email, websites and telephone calls. The key is to never give out personal and financial information unless you initiated a business transaction.
The spin-masters are already at work putting all of the sugar coating on it, but the reality is shocking and revealing.
HIV patients watch television during their rest hour at Pakistan Society, a non-governmental organization Rehabilitation Centre, in Karachi.
YAOUNDE, 4 December 2013 - Warmer weather, low bed nets use and heavy rains have been blamed for a recent upsurge in malaria in northern Cameroon, but public health in this region has also been undermined by weak medical services and widespread poverty.
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Opposition Foreign Affairs spokeswoman Tanya Plibersek has slammed the Government over the amount of money it is donating to an international fund to fight communicable diseases.
CMC Biologics has entered into an agreement with the University of Copenhagen for the process development and cGMP clinical production of VAR2CSA, a vaccine for placental malaria.
Bedding retailer Got Sleep? has partnered with the United Nations Foundation's Nothing But Nets campaign to provide mosquito nets to families in Africa.