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Liberia: Religious Leaders Vow to Curb HIV and AIDS

Monrovia – As part of efforts to curb the HIV and AIDs virus in the country, a three-day consultation of church leaders and faith actors was held at the Lutheran Church Compound, 13th Street, Sinkor. The event brought together religious leaders,

5 Reasons Why Getting Involved In A Rebound Relationship Is The Worst Thing You Can Do After A Breakup

What is the flip side of a rebound relationship? An intimate romantic association entails huge amounts of emotional investment, lots of moments of togetherness, and an entire journey of ups and downs. The two people involved are so enmeshed with each

Artificial Intelligence can spot depression via sound of your voice

A realistic scenario is to have people use an app that will collect voice samples as they speak naturally. India-the sixth most depressed country in the world-has an estimated 56 million people suffering from depression and 38 million from anxiety disorders,

Group of drug addicts in Punjab village contracts AIDS, Hepatitis after using same needle

At least 8 youngsters in Punjab have contracted AIDS after a group of 16 used the same needle to do substance abuse. This has now revealed 16 such cases of AIDS and Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) caused by usage of the

‘He pulled the wool over our eyes’: workers blame Trump for moving jobs overseas

Donald Trump tours the Carrier factory in Indianapolis in December 2016. Trump promised to stop jobs being sent abroad to Mexico but hundreds of workers have since been let go. Photograph: Mike Segar/Reuters Next Friday, Eddie Martin will work his last

Pose Isn’t Just Giving an AIDS History Lesson

Pose is entertaining as hell, but it also wants to educate the children. At its most exciting, the Ryan Murphy–produced FX series fuses extravagant depictions of queer POC beauty, culture, and real-life history with an inherent art-as-activism ethos, showcasing its LGBTQ+

Rodrigo Duterte’s drug war is ‘large-scale murdering enterprise’ says Amnesty

It has been three years since Rodrigo Duterte gave police unprecedented powers to kill any suspected drug addicts or dealers Photograph: Ezra Acayan/Getty Images The president of the Philippines Rodrigo Duterte is carrying out a “large-scale murdering enterprise” and should be investigated by

Anthropologists Hid African Same-Sex Relationships

Sex between people of the same gender has existed in various forms for millennia. But many people, including academics, often ignored or distorted those relationships. The historian Marc Epprecht looked at one arena where this occurred: Western anthropology in sub-Saharan Africa.

Drug prices persistently rising despite Trump efforts

Prescription drug prices jumped 10.5 percent over the past six months, more slowly than during the same period last year but still four times faster than inflation, despite increasing pressure on drugmakers from the Trump administration and Congress. However, the top

Angered By High Health Care Spending? Here’s What Maryland Is Doing

US healthcare spending is maddeningly high. As in: fifty percent higher than what other wealthy countries spend, with no evidence we’re getting any bang for all those additional healthcare bucks. In 2014, the state of Maryland took direct aim at this