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People in poorer nations are as exposed to potentially harmful bisphenol A as those in richer ones, review finds.
Patients will still be paying for much of their care in 2040 as state spending falls behind demand, study warns.
Pocket-sized ophthalmoscope could improve medical care and training in developing countries.
The virus is infectious for much longer in semen than in the bloodstream, Brazilian researchers find.
Official reports that show they cause permanent disability are just the tip of the iceberg, says Rohini Haar.
Syrians cannot catch the disease from the corpses of infected people dumped by the terrorist group, says paper.
Contaminated water corrodes surgical instruments, but this problem gets lost among so many others.
Neglected tropical diseases affect poor people in all types of nations, so we need global teamwork, event hears.
They should be trained and their impact evaluated to see if it improves care for poor people, says Jishnu Das.
Vaccine programmes can trigger fears of conspiracies and oppression. It’s time they got more collaborative.
A project in Mozambique and Tanzania uses giant rats to detect TB at a faster rate than conventional methods.
Kenya and Tanzania remain hotbed for Brucellosis, which is spread through unprocessed milk.
Two months after leaks, local people do not know if it is safe to drink, bathe in or fish in river water.