health & medicine
It seems that everything involving watching TV is bad for you -- but could there be anything TV does that positively affects your health?
Exploring the effective and controversial strategies that have reduced the spread of HIV in Brazil in the last decade.
The South African military is now allowing HIV-positive soldiers to serve in foreign deployments and be promoted.
South Africa has the largest number of HIV-infected people on the planet, but the country is taking aggressive new steps to fight AIDS.
New guidelines for mammograms -- screenings at 50, every 2-3 years -- consistent with many other countries around the world.
The Venezuelan government has sealed off part of the country to stop H1N1 from devastating the Yanomami Indians.
Badakhshan in northeast Afghanistan now ranked second worst in the world in maternal mortality -- how NGOs are stepping in to help.
An AIDS vaccine trial in Thailand showed the vaccine cut the risk of infection by as much as a third; scientists encouraged by results.
New research says just how addictive smoking is for you depends on the color of your skin, and reveals the link between nicotine and melanin.
The U.S. and WHO encourage African countries to use DDT to fight the spread of malaria, but some Ugandans are protesting.