Eliminating the cause of headaches

Headache disorders are extraordinarily common, yet very few population-based studies exist in spite of the high rates of occurrence in developing countries. This lack of statistics is due to limited funding and large, often rural populations

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World Diabetes Day targets prevention

The prevalence of type 2 diabetes is skyrocketing in countries around the world. Children and teenagers are now being affected by what was once classified as an adult condition. Unfortunately, there are more than 366 million people worldwide who currently have diabetes

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Workshop on Reproductive Health and Sexual Rights opens

Professor Fred T. Sai, a former Presidential Advisor on Population Issues, Reproductive Health, and HIV/AIDS has called on Governments in Sub-Saharan Africa to implement the Maputo Protocol on the Rights of Women, especially the section dealing with conditions under which abortion should be legally permitted

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