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World Malaria Day 2010

This Sunday is World Malaria Day. A day to celebrate all of the positive action that has been made towards the reduction and eradication of this disease (which still infects.

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Better health for the children in Africa? – Simple programmes will suffer from the global economic woes

Written by: Guest Blogger, Professor Alan Fenwick, Professor of Tropical Parasitology at Imperial College Professor Alan Fenwick is the director of the Schistosomiasis Control Initiative in the Department of Infectious.

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Comic Relief – Social litmus test on charitable giving in the recession

Friday sees the twelfth Red Nose Day celebrated in Britain for Comic Relief. Last year’s Red Nose Day smashed all records, raising a massive £40.2m. I will be intrigued to.

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TED 2009: Seems ideas aren’t the only things worth spreading

The audience’s thumbs were hammering out the Tweets just now when reports started coming in that Bill Gates had released mosquitoes into the crowd at this year’s TED conference in.

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The Lazarus Effect

In an experiment put forward on her Global Health Report blog, renowned health journalist and blogger Christine Gorman called on the global health blogosphere to all post on the same.

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Community Chest

I’m really excited about the launch of the Dot Org. blog as it joins the community of people who are passionate about using innovative communications to help improve people’s lives.

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Global Health Presidential Election 08

Tina Fey, make up artists and $150,000 on a new wardrobe. Amidst the gags and sketches that are admittedly largely directed at the Sarah ‘the Pitbull’ Palin, it’s easy to.

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Exciting? Or merely optimistic?

‘Exciting. People are dying out there. I don’t think exciting is the word I’d choose to describe it” The words of the US President on hearing the news of a.

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