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February 18, 2017

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3. AIDS Vaccine Trial Begins in South Africa
December 02, 2016

Just before this year's World AIDS Day, South Africa launched a multiyear trial of a vaccine that might save millions of lives and help put an end to AIDS. VOA's Carol Pearson reports expectations are high.... (read more)

4. AIDS Vaccine Trial Begins in South Africa
December 02, 2016

South Africa has just launched a multi-year trial of a vaccine that might save millions of lives and help put an end to AIDS. It’s the first AIDS vaccine trial in seven years, and hopes are high, not just in South Africa, but around the world. The search for an AIDS vaccine has been long and frustrating. Dr. Anthony Fauci at the National Institutes of Health has spent his career studying HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. His agency is co-funding the trial. “The challenge that we have...... (read more)

5. For This World AIDS Day, Hope is High
November 30, 2016

For nearly three decades every December 1, we’ve heard about the tragedy of AIDS. Activists the world over put a spotlight on the AIDS virus on this day. They encourage testing and distribute leaflets with information on HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, including how it spreads and how to keep from getting it. The United Nations Secretariat Building in New York is lighted with the red AIDS ribbon. AIDS has killed 35 million people since the start of the pandemic. It’s left millions of...... (read more)

6. AIDS Vaccine Trial Underway in South Africa
November 30, 2016

For nearly three decades, every December 1, we've heard about the tragedy of AIDS. And it is tragic. The virus has tens of killed millions of people, often in the prime of life, and it's left behind millions of orphans. But now, on this World AIDS Day, VOA's Carol Pearson has a message of hope... (read more)

7. Antibodies Offer Hope in Battling AIDS
November 29, 2016

As World AIDS Day approaches Dec. 1, new research is offering hope for further treatment options and, perhaps, even a vaccine.   When the first World AIDS Day was held in 1988, infection was a death sentence. Today, there is lifesaving treatment. In Thailand, researchers eliminated mother-to-child HIV transmission, the first country in Asia to do so. In South Africa, a major clinical trial of an experimental AIDS vaccine aims to reduce the risk of HIV infection by 50 percent. In...... (read more)

8. Teenage Entrepreneur is Role Model for Children and Adults
November 24, 2016

There is a saying that it's never too late to pursue your dream. But Gabrielle Jordan says it's never too early. The teenager started her own jewelry business at age 9, published a book at 11, and started traveling across the country as an inspirational speaker when she was 12. VOA’s June Soh has more on this ambitious young woman who is on a fast track to become a successful entrepreneur. Carol Pearson narrates.... (read more)

9. Technology Better Than Regular Treatment for 'Lazy Eye'
November 19, 2016

Amblyopia is a Greek word that means "blunt vision." It's often called "lazy eye" and is one of the most common vision problems in children. If left untreated, it can affect a child's reading and fine motor skills or cause blindness. VOA's Carol Pearson reports on a new treatment for children with this condition that shows promise.... (read more)

10. Kids' Love of Video Games Can Help Treat Vision Problems
November 17, 2016

Amblyopia is a Greek word that means "blunt vision." It's often called "lazy eye," and is one of the most common vision problems in children. Amblyopia is usually treatable, but if left untreated it can affect a child's reading and fine motor skills, which can negatively impact academic success and self-esteem. Untreated amblyopia can also lead to blindness. With amblyopia, one eye sends stronger electrical signals to the brain than the other one does. If...... (read more)

11. World Health Organization Suggests Doubling New Mothers' Prenatal Health Care Visits
November 09, 2016

The World Health Organization has come out with nearly 50 recommendations for pregnant women; among them is doubling the number of visits with a doctor or midwife. VOA's Carol Pearson reports that the measures are meant to increase the health of both mothers and their babies and reduce the risk of death.... (read more)

12. WHO Doubles the Number of Prenatal Visits, Changes Guidelines for Care
November 07, 2016

Pregnant women worldwide should have at least eight visits with competent midwives or health workers before giving birth. That's double the previous recommendation by the World Health Organization (WHO). The WHO revised and consolidated its recommendation to ensure babies not only have everything they need to thrive, but also to be sure expectant mothers remain healthy. Dr. Ian Askew, Director of Reproductive Health and Research at the World Health Organization, told VOA,...... (read more)

13. Opioid Addiction in US Afflicts All Ages
November 02, 2016

For nearly 20 years, an opioid addiction has been spreading in the United States, to the point where it's now an epidemic, fueled by both legal and illegal drugs. Prescription painkillers containing narcotics, or opioids, have led to thousands of overdose deaths and hospitalizations. But until now, researchers have not studied how this epidemic affects the youngest members of society. VOA's Carol Pearson has more.... (read more)

14. Complacency Has Allowed TB to Explode
October 22, 2016

This year's UN report on TB is a shocker. The reported number of new infections drastically increased over the past year, and doctors know at least four million people with TB are not being treated at all. VOA's Carol Pearson has more about this disease, which the UN says is at epidemic levels.... (read more)

15. Global Efforts to Control TB Are Falling Shot
October 22, 2016

This year's U.N. report on tuberculosis was a shocker. The World Health Organization's Global TB Report 2016 said the spread of the disease is larger than previously estimated, and that global efforts to beat it are falling far short of what is needed. Although the overall number of TB deaths continues to fall across the globe, new data showed 50 percent more cases exist in India than previously thought, so the total number of cases worldwide has increased from 9.6 million to 10.4...... (read more)

16. After a Stroke, Time is Critical, Even More Than Previously Thought
September 28, 2016

After a large vessel stroke, a new study finds that a shorter time to treatment after a stroke is critical to having the best recovery. Stroke is the second leading cause of death worldwide and the third leading cause of disability according to the World Health Organization. Researchers from the University of California, Los Angeles, wanted to find out what window of time could provide the best recovery rate for stroke patients, along with which treatment also worked best. So they...... (read more)

17. New Study: After a Stroke, Time is of the Essence
September 28, 2016

The faster a stroke victim is treated, the better the chances are for recovery. A new study assesses that time frame, and identifies a device that can restore blood flow to the brain faster for a better outcome. VOA's Carol Pearson has more.... (read more)

18. Elders Radiate Energy and Enthusiasm at Senior Olympics
September 15, 2016

This is Olympics season. The 2016 Summer Olympics ended a few weeks ago in Rio de Janeiro, and the Paralympic Games there are still underway (eds: through 9/18). Other Olympians are competing this week and next outside Washington, DC. These athletes may not set any speed or strength records, but their spirit is the same as the Olympians' in Rio: do your best. VOA’s June Soh takes us to the Northern Virginia Senior Olympics. Carol Pearson narrates.... (read more)

19. Doctors Hope to Predict Patients’ Suicide Risk
September 15, 2016

Suicide is hard to predict, even for close friends and family of victims. When Dorothy Paugh's son, Peter, took his life at the age of 25, her family was devastated. "We had no idea. None of us," she said. "We had gotten together a week or so before for his older brother's birthday. There were really no signs. He never said a word to anybody." Suicide is shrouded in stigma and secrecy, even though it impacts countless individuals, families and...... (read more)

20. Pneumonia Nothing to Sneeze At
September 12, 2016

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has pneumonia and is being treated with antibiotics. The issue brings up questions about her health and about the seriousness of pneumonia itself. VOA's Carol Pearson asked an expert to answer a few questions about the disease.... (read more)

21. Pneumonia is Nothing to Sneeze At
September 12, 2016

After Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton stumbled as she was getting into a car last weekend, the world started talking about pneumonia. She has been diagnosed with pneumonia and is being treated with antibiotics. The issue brings up questions about Clinton's health and about the seriousness of pneumonia itself. Pneumonia is a common and sometimes lethal lung infection. Dr. Matthew Schreiber, who specializes in lung disease at Medstar Washington Hospital, said the...... (read more)

22. Suicide Has Ripple Effect on Families, Communities, Societies
September 10, 2016

Dorothy Paugh was nine when her father took his life. "I count that day as the last day of my childhood. Because from that moment on, I had no sense of security. I had no sense that the world was a safe place," she said.  Her father was buried at Arlington National Cemetery, a place of repose for presidents and military heroes. Paugh's father served bravely in World War II. After his death, the White House sent a letter from "a grateful nation" that her mother...... (read more)

23. World Health Organization Says Suicide Can Be Prevented
September 10, 2016

Suicide happens in every country, rich and poor. In fact,the World Health Organization says about 75 percent of suicides happen in low and middle income countries, and those who are particularly vulnerable are teenagers and those in their 20's. But medical experts say suicide is preventable, and are using World Suicide Prevention day to try and make that clear. VOA's Carol Pearson reports.... (read more)

24. Airport Taxi Fares to & from Toronto Pearson International
September 02, 2016

Pearson Airport is the largest and most busy airport in Canada. In 2015, 41,036,949 passengers and 443,786 aircraft landed and took off. It is the world's thirty third most busiest airport by total pass traffic, 15th most busiest airport by flights. it handles more international Flyers than any airport in North America other than JF Kennedy International Airport Airport Taxi & Limousine Service: Looking for a affordable, reliable, clean and professional limousine service can be hard at times when you are away from home. It can be very busy most of the times at Toronto Pearson Airport... (read more)

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25. City of Toronto Ontario
September 02, 2016

Toronto is the third largest city in between U.S and Canada after New York and L.A. Native people have inhabited this area known as Toronto for several hundred of years. The City history of Toronto goes back to 1787, British officials Purchased the land of Toronto with the Mississauga's of the New Credit. Town of York was established, and later designated to as capital of Upper Canada. During the War of 1812, town was the site of the Battle of York and suffered heavy damage by U.S. army. York was renamed and in-corporated as the City of Toronto in 1834, then became to be the capital of the p... (read more)

Author: saad khan

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