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The lack of an evidence base in the donor-funded response to Syrian migrant crisis means finances may be allocated to ineffective interventions, say research workers, who call on funders and…
A campaign to convert Latin American countries to do more to tackle a problem which is the leading cause of death in AIDS and yet is poorly understood, often misdiagnosed…
Provisions of the Border Force Act that can imprison doctors for putt patients first must be removed, says expert. In The BMJ today, a doctor is career on the Australian…
A lack of essential amino acids and B-complex vitamin in the diet has been coupled to scrawny growth, says a study published online in EBioMedicine. The collection may offer new…
Researchers behind a new modeling study in The Lancet say it provides the strongest evidence yet of the damage that climate change could have on global food production and public…
Nine countries in sub-Saharan Africa account for over three living quarters of Africa's burden of HIV/AIDS. Now, a new modeling study suggests there is a significant deficit in the funding…
Pluristem medicine Inc., a leading developer of placenta-based cell medical care products, has proclaimed that the National Institute of allergic reaction and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), a part of the U.S.
Scientists from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) investigated the levels of hot Sr and caesium in the coast off Japan in September 2013. hot levels in saltwater were 10…
Refugees face a well higher risk of psychotic disorders, including schizophrenic disorder, compared to non-exile migrants from the same regions of origin, finds a study published in The BMJ.