“The public may be interested in the finding that virus may persist in an infectious state, on foods and food packaging surfaces, for several days under certain common conditions.”
What the world needs to do to end Aids
And nearly four decades into the HIV response, inequalities still persist for the most basic services like testing, treatment, condoms, and even more so for new technologies
India seizes opportunities in African healthcare
India is keen to strengthen such ties with Africa. It has identified the healthcare sector as one area where trade between the continents can flourish.
WHO renames monkeypox due to racism concerns with the name
Monkeypox disease has been renamed ‘mpox’ due to racism concerns with the name, the world health body said in a statement recommending the name change.
Kabarole outlier in HIV/Aids fight
As far as the HIV/Aids prevalence rate is concerned, Kabarole sticks out like a metaphorical sore thumb.
Bird flu: What is it and what’s behind the outbreak?
The highly infectious H5N1 strain of the disease is responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of wild birds and millions of domestic ones.
Lifestyle practices that lower male reproductive potency
While there are many factors that can impact reproductive health, making some lifestyle changes can help to improve it.
Why drop in HIV/Aids donor funds matters
Forty years since the virus was identified in the country, the huge chunk of funding dedicated to combating the epidemic has come from donors. Petitions to the government to match up their contributions have not yielded.
“Long COVID” exposes long-term challenges
The increasing reports of people getting “long COVID” have exposed the challenges in combatting the pandemic.
Want to live longer?
A growing body of evidence suggests that living with purpose may help you live longer.
Recently, researchers wondered whether this effect would apply equally across genders, ethnicities, and races