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Many older adults do not have good quality of life. Also, health care law will affect U.S. elections | As It Is
The first case of Ebola virus was reported last month in Guinea’s southeastern forest area. The outbreak has caused widespread fear that the deadly virus will spread across borders. Also, experts suggest why the U.S. Congress gets so little work done | As It Is
Some Pakistanis need rain. Others use water and small machines to make electricity | As It Is
Today on the program, we report on how antibacterial soap manufacturers must prove their products are more effective than normal soap and water.
But first, researchers have developed a medical device which they say can find malaria infections in the human body. | As It Is
If you think Smartphone apps are just for sharing photos and playing games, think again. Two new apps make it easier for you to share potentially life-shaving medical information. | As It Is
And, “Walking with Dinosaurs” Blends Entertainment, Science | As It Is
Studies offer better understanding of when and how babies learn, the importance of exposure to language early in a baby’s life and the effect of high-quality child care | SCIENCE IN THE NEWS
Study finds as chimps grow, they increase their ability for empathy, learning to recognize the emotions of others | As It Is
But the number of hungry worldwide declines | As It Is
And, Iraqi law professor visits American law schools | As It Is
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Adding water to some very dry areas can increase malaria risk | As It Is
The latest news in the fight against the three deadly diseases | As It Is
A British study examines the connection between social activity and death rates among older people
Scientists have developed an experimental vaccine that may help heroin users end their dependency on the drug | As It Is
Around the world, 22 million children are not protected from dangerous diseases with basic vaccines | HEALTH REPORT
Thousands of troops have lost arms and legs in the fight against terrorists and militants | HEALTH REPORT
Electronic medical records are not just for rich countries | HEALTH REPORT