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Disease in the Developing World

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AIDS, SARS, influenza, West Nile fever, cholera, tuberculosis, ebola -- these diseases represent only some of the threats to public health that have exploded over the past decades.

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Faster walking heart patients are hospitalized less Faster walking heart patients are hospitalized less

Faster walking heart patients are hospitalized less

A fat belly is bad for your heart A fat belly is bad for your heart

A fat belly is bad for your heart

Toward a new water paradigm Toward a new water paradigm

Toward a new water paradigm

Exercise after a heart attack -- it could save your life Exercise after a heart attack -- it could save your life

Exercise after a heart attack -- it could save your life

Bedside tests for syphilis and yaws tested in sub-Saharan Africa Bedside tests for syphilis and yaws tested in sub-Saharan Africa

Bedside tests for syphilis and yaws tested in sub-Saharan Africa

New research findings suggest that most vulnerable patients across Africa are at risk of receiving sub-optimal malaria treatment New research findings suggest that most vulnerable patients  across Africa are at risk of receiving sub-optimal malaria treatment

New research findings suggest that most vulnerable patients  across Africa are at risk of receiving sub-optimal malaria treatment

Ebola media coverage impacted how the public perceived the disease and survivors Ebola media coverage impacted how the public perceived the disease and survivors

Ebola media coverage impacted how the public perceived the disease and survivors

Global burden of multiple serious illnesses must be urgently addressed: AMS report Global burden of multiple serious illnesses must be urgently addressed: AMS report

Global burden of multiple serious illnesses must be urgently addressed: AMS report

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