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by: rika, 5 pages
The Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS
adopted at the special session of the General
Assembly on HIV/AIDS, held in June 2001, acknowledged that prevention of HIV infection ...
by: rika, 16 pages
Pregnant Women Living with HIV/AIDS:
Protecting Human Rights in Programs to Prevent
Transmission of HIV
As governments around the world respond to the ...
by: rika, 62 pages
What is HIV?
HIV is a small germ known as a virus. HIV weakens the body
and makes it unable to fight sickness.
What does HIV mean?
HIV stands for:
: it ...
by: rika, 1 pages
Anemia is a shortage of hemoglobin (HGB). HGB is a protein in red blood cells. It carries oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body. Anemia causes fatigue and shortness of breath. People with ...
by: shinta, 2 pages
Infant feeding in resource-limited settings is a source of controversy and debate in the scientific and public
health communities, which makes it an especially important area to study. ...
by: shinta, 18 pages
Exclusive breastfeeding, that is, feeding the infant breastmilk only, with no added fluids,
solids, or non-sterile medicines has been shown to be the healthiest, most protective
method of ...
by: shinta, 28 pages
Although we usually think of sport as healthy activity, people have become much more
aware and concerned about the transmission of diseases through participation in sport.
A number of ...
by: shinta, 2 pages
HIV/AIDS and malaria are among the most prevalent infectious diseases in sub-Saharan Africa and the
leading causes of morbidity and mortality. HIV/AIDs and malaria together cause more than 4 ...
by: shinta, 4 pages
Throughout the world more than six million people are dying each year from HIV/AIDS,
tuberculosis or malaria. 70% of almost 40 million people in total who are HIV positive
live in ...
by: shinta, 6 pages
Toxoplasma gondii infections can induce serious complications in HIV-infected pregnant women,
leading to miscarriage; favour the mother-to-child transmission of HBV and HIV and birth defects. ...