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Five ways nations can create a fairer and healthier world post–COVID-19, according to the World Health Organization
COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths continue to drop in the United States, but a global pandemic cannot be defeated in one country.
A slow vaccine rollout and the emergence of new coronavirus mutations threaten progress in reducing new cases and death.
The vaginal ring, approved in Europe, is not yet available in the United States.
This finding among sub-Saharan Africans is quite concerning since dolutegravir is now the preferred first-line HIV treatment worldwide.
The U.S. is not on track to hit the WHO’S hepatitis C elimination targets.
The finding from a 2018 survey raises concerns that men are accessing PrEP without receiving the recommended medical monitoring.
The World Health Organization coordinates efforts to create flu and COVID-19 vaccines and to fight other global health issues.
The global supply of tenofovir and six other important generic drugs must be ensured, warns a UNAIDS analysis.
A 2018 report had suggested that HIV-positive women’s use of the drug at conception increased the risk of the rare birth defects.
The study randomized women starting HIV treatment during their third trimester to dolutegravir- or efavirenz-based antiretroviral regimens.
This includes progestin-only injectable contraception and intrauterine devices.
New research is emerging about how the respiratory virus spreads and how people can protect themselves and others.
Four key ways countries can prevent infections, save lives and minimize impact
Don’t be lured by phishing messages claiming to be from the World Health Organization, FedEx and others.
Immediate risk of transmission to the American public is still low, according to experts.
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