The news about devastation caused by the Earthquake in Nepal today has caused grief and suffering to a large number of people- the impact of which is yet to be completely assessed. 390 more words
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It’s the last saturday of the month of April, and it’s customary for various states to observe environmental sanitation that lasts up till 10am in the morning. 677 more words
A major highlight of working on the Singapore MRSA evolution and competition study was obtaining the very old MRSA isolates from the 1980’s and 1990’s. One of the biggest issues in the Singapore clinical microbiology scene – to me – is the loss of historical isolates (and the lack of any attempts to correct this to date). 696 more words
New evidence has emerged regarding when to commence antiretroviral therapy (ART), optimal treatment regimens, management of HIV co-infection with opportunistic infections, and management of ART failure. 106 more words
So David Zuckerman gave an emotional speech today.
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Two days after the Vermont Senate voted to end the philosophical exemption for parents who don’t want their kids vaccinated, a senator opposed to the change delivered a tearful address about being attacked online, his father’s death and how scientific uncertainty led him to his decision.