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UN: AIDS-related Deaths Decline

The scales have tipped for the first time in the fight against AIDS as more than half of all people living with the HIV virus now have access to treatment, while AIDS-related deaths have nearly halved since 2005, according to a new United Nations report.

SOP newswire3Cholera Eradication in Haiti Will Take Years - While some 16,000 new cases of cholera have been reported in Haiti so far this year, the disease is now under control but it will not be eradicated unless improving water and sanitation conditions are given a higher priority by both the Government and donors.
SOP newswire3The Supreme Court Upholds A Key Part of Obamacare - Today, in a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court upheld a critical part of the Affordable Care Act, historic health care reform that the President signed into law five years ago. Now, millions of Americans who got covered in health insurance marketplaces can stay covered, no matter where they live.
SOP newswire2Let Your Patients Be Your Motivation - There`s no doubt that Psychiatry can be emotionally taxing, and Orloff warns against going into it for the wrong reasons: You`ve got to[and] the work let the patients be your motivation
SOP newswire3UN Celebrates First 'International Yoga Day' - The first International Day of Yoga is being celebrated around the world today following recognition by the United Nations General Assembly that the holistic benefits of the ancient Indian practice and its inherent compatibility with the principles and values of the UN.
SOP newswire3Thailand Confirms First MERS Case - Thailand has confirmed its first case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, or MERS.
SOP newswire3Face of Defense: Nurse Beats Cancer, Readies for Warrior Games - Army Capt. Kelly Elmlinger, a fierce competitor, mother and cancer survivor, will be competing in all of the women`s wheelchair track events and all of the women`s classified swimming events at this year`s DoD Warrior Games held at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia, today through June 28.
SOP newswire3Military Medical Leaders Express Concerns Over Health Care Reform - Senior Defense Department medical leaders addressed health care reform on Capitol Hill yesterday, expressing concern over potential impacts on military medical readiness and overall readiness.
SOP newswire3UN: World a Long Way From Achieving Universal Health Coverage - Some 400 million people do not have access to health services and 6 per cent of people in low- and middle-income countries are tipped into or pushed further into extreme poverty because of the high cost of health spending.
SOP newswire3Yoga: Ancient Practice Helps Today`s Patients - It appears centuries-old practice involving postures, stretches, meditation and breathing provides benefits today at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
SOP newswire3Liberia's School Systems Recover After Ebola Outbreak - The UN has begun distributing the first batches of 700,000 teaching and learning kits to thousands of schools across Liberia, where last year`s Ebola outbreak disrupted the education of over one million children.
SOP newswire3UN Warns Rainy Season Hampering Ebola Response in West Africa - The United Nations World Health Organization reported an increase in the intensity and geographic area of Ebola transmission in Guinea and Sierra Leone.
SOP newswire3Ban Set to Convene International Ebola Recovery Conference in New York - To help mobilize needed resources against the Ebola outbreak,Ban Ki-moon announced he will convene an international conference next month.
SOP newswire3UN Urges World to Seek End of Obstetric Fistula - Obstetric fistula is a devastating yet completely preventable and, in many cases, treatable injury of childbirth, affecting at least two million women and girls worldwide and leaving them isolated from communities.
SOP newswire3In Tanzania UN Working to Halt Cholera Outbreak Among Burundian Refugees - The UN is rushing critical relief supplies to Tanzania`s north-western border with Burundi amid a devastating cholera outbreak affecting tens of thousands of refugees there.
SOP newswire3UN: Health Services for Palestine Refugees Extended Despite Regional Turmoil - A newly published report by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East spotlights improved health services being delivered to millions in five fields across the Middle East.
SOP newswire3World Learns Lessons From Ebola Epidemic - The World Health Organization concluded a meeting on Ebola research and development to look at lessons learned from the outbreak.
SOP newswire3UN: Ebola Transmissions End in Liberia - The World Health Organization has declared Liberia free of Ebola virus transmission.
SOP newswire3UN: World`s Rural Populations Excluded from Healthcare Access - The majority of the world`s rural populations continue to live and work without essential healthcare services.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban: Ebola Remains a Pressing Challenge - While there has been important progress over recent months, the Ebola epidemic remains a pressing challenge, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said.
SOP newswire3UN: Ebola Outbreak Still a Global Emergency - A meeting convened by the United Nations World Health Organization has confirmed that the Ebola outbreak in West Africa still poses a threat to international peace and security.
SOP newswire3UN: Ebola-affected Countries Need to Intensify Routine Immunization Services - Any disruption of immunization services will increase the likelihood of vaccine-preventable disease outbreaks.
SOP newswire3UN Fights Hepatitis B - With 650,000 deaths caused by hepatitis B each year, and with up to 240 million people worldwide infected with the virus`s chronic strain, the United Nations health agency today issued its first ever official guidance for treating the disease.
SOP newswire3UN: Eeffects of Ebola Felt Outside Worst-affected Countries - The effects of Ebola, which has infected nearly 24,000 people and killed nearly 10,000, mainly in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea, extend beyond the people who suffer from the virus and even beyond the borders of the worst-affected countries.
SOP newswire3UN Announces Start of Ebola Vaccine Testing in Guinea - The UN announced that it will begin conducting Ebola vaccination trials in Guinea this week.
SOP newswire3UN: Measles Resurfaces in Europe - European policymakers, healthcare workers, and parents must step up their efforts to vaccinate children against measles amid an ongoing outbreak across the continent.
SOP newswire3Saudi Arabia Invites UN Health Team in Precautionary Measure Against Spread of Respiratory Virus - The UN is dispatching a mission to Saudi Arabia to take preventive measures for a possible upsurge of cases of a respiratory virus.
SOP newswire3UN: West African Communities Receiving Ebola`s Orphans With Open Arms - Grief among the more than 16,000 children orphaned by the Ebola outbreak in West Africa runs deep, but most of them have been taken in by families.
SOP newswire3UN Marks 'World Cancer Day' - A huge percentage of the world`s cancer deaths occurring in developing countries can be prevented.
SOP newswire3UN Warns Against Complacency in War Against Ebola - There is certainly still a lot to be done for Liberia to be free of Ebola.
SOP newswire3UN: No Plan B, We Have to Get Rid of Ebola Virus - This is a global crisis. We definitely have a difficult time ahead of us, but we can achieve it, Mr. Ould Cheikh Ahmed said. We have no plan B, we have to get rid of this virus.
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