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A much-needed shot in the arm for HIV vaccine development

... greater cohesion andcoordination to the field."Ho urges the Enterprise not to ignore the important contributions madeby scientists outside of the collaboration. "It is my contention thatgreat new ideas are as likely to come from curiosity-driven basicstudies as from the mission-oriented approach that is r...

BioMed Central welcomes the new National Institutes of Health public access policy

...ed Central's Open Access journals. BioMed Central urges all researchers in the life and medical sciences to fulfil the NIH request and to submit their future manuscripts to one of the 130 Open Access journals published by BioMed Central. ...

AIDS Public Awareness Campaign Expands Following Report Of Rapidly Progressive HIV

...heir quality of life. The State Health Department urges individuals to get tested for HIV if they: * Had unprotected sex, especially with someone who has injected drugs; * Shared needles for drug use, body piercing or tattooing; * Had a sexually transmitted disease (STD); and/or * Have engaged in sex ...

Penicillin, amoxicillin: Step aside for strep throat treatment

... feeling better, despite the medication label that urges parents to make sure the child finishes all the medications. The good intentions directly lead to children becoming sick on and off for weeks or months, as the strep germ isn't quite killed off but instead lingers in the child's body. The children a...

Protecting endangered species helps reduce poverty

...cal Diversity opens today in Curitiba, Brazil, WWF urges the CBD and member governments to integrate species conservation work into efforts to alleviate poverty. "Now's the time to recognize the strong connections between sustainable economic development, a healthy environment, and successful species con...

World's pledge to halve hunger by 2015 looks like empty promise

...l areas in developing countries, Pinstrup-Andersen urges the adoption of policies that promote economic growth and poverty alleviation in these areas. "They will be the most important approach for a long time to come and need to include investments in rural roads, markets, agricultural research and technol...

US infant mortality rate fails to improve

...nd low birthweight births. The March of Dimes also urges women to take a multivitamin containing folic acid prior to and during early pregnancy to reduce the risk of serious birth defects; abstain from drinking alcohol during pregnancy and see their doctors to help manage chronic health conditions such as ...

A potential biological cause for sudden infant death syndrome

...despite the national Back to Sleep campaign, which urges caregivers to put babies to bed on their backs, 65 percent of the SIDS infants in this study were found sleeping on their stomach or side....

Will the plague pathogen become resistant to antibiotics?

...n we cannot answer in this paper," Ravel notes. He urges a new monitoring program to track MDR in Y. pestis. MDR Salmonella and E. coli have been found in droppings from wild geese, raising the possibility that wild animals might be able to spread MDR far beyond the livestock where it originated, Ravel ...

Millions of children denied drug that costs less than $3 a year

...rial in this week’s BMJ. Professor Emilio Perucca urges governments and non-governmental organisations in developing countries to ensure that effective treatment is available for all. Of the 35 million people with epilepsy who live in developing countries, around 85% receive no treatment at all. As a r...

Threats to wild tigers growing

...iger's population trajectory as "catastrophic" and urges international cooperation to ensure the animal's continued existence in the wild. Despite the discouraging numbers--there are believed to be only about 5,000 wild tigers left--some conservation programs have been successful. Dinerstein and his coaut...

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