Hazel Parry Monsters and Critics.com 27.12.2010
Rachel Rickard Straus The Times of India 27.12.2010
Diane Suchetka Cleveland.com 21.12.2010
Sophie Borland Daily Mail 21.12.2010
LAKEWOOD, Ohio -- They were a perfect match. Anna Kasper, who took care of nursing home patients, delivered pizza and cleaned offices, had a down-to-earth goodness, a love of life, a spirit of giving. Connie Culp, who waited tables and painted restaurants before she became the recipient of the first near-total face transplant in the United States, rose above life's hardships, and kept her sense of humor no matter how rough things got. Today, their connection becomes public.
Nearly 200 swine flu victims were fighting for their lives last night.The number of patients in intensive care has doubled in a week and many of them are either elderly or pregnant. Seventeen of the 190 are being kept alive by highly-specialised heart and lung machines – three times the usual number.
Lyndsey Layton The Washington Post 20.12.2010
The Nation 17.12.2010
FOX News 15.12.2010
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Elizabeth Cohen CNN 10.12.2010
My FOX NY 02.12.2010
Pongphon Sarnsamak The Nation 02.12.2010
Got milk? You may need a couple cups more than today's food labels say to get enough vitamin D for strong bones. But don't go overboard: Long-awaited new dietary guidelines say there's no proof that megadoses prevent cancer or other ailments — sure to frustrate backers of the so-called sunshine vitamin.
Samlee Plianbangchang Bangkok Post 01.12.2010
Ekkapong Praditpong The Nation 29.11.2010
Taking antiretroviral (ARV) drugs could significantly reduce the chances of sexually active gay men getting HIV, the director of Chiang Mai University's Research Institute for Health Sciences (Rihes) Suwat Chariyalertsak said yesterday.
Jane Lee My FOX DC 27.11.2010
VERONIKA OLEKSYN The Washington Post 25.11.2010
An Australian company will sell the world's first armpit testosterone lotion in American stores next year after receiving approval from the US Food and Drug Administration, news.com.au reported Friday.
A near tripling of new HIV infections in Eastern Europe and Central Asia over the past nine years is frightening, the U.N.'s top AIDS official said Wednesday.
Pongphon Sarnsamak The Nation 25.11.2010
More than a million Thais had caught HIV since the first case was reported in 1984 and two thirds of these - some 644,128 people - had died of Aids, the Public Health Ministry revealed yesterday.
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