This Manual will help to alleviate economic hardships caused by harmful algal blooms, especially in developing countries, but also that it will foster international research collaboration on a fasc
To determine the disease risks to a population, the causes of morbidity and mortalities in that population must be identified.
The book is addressed primarily to medical and public health professionals who provide health advice to travelersht
The most important thing that parents can do for their children is to teach them the fact that although there is no cure for HIV, it can be treated.
This toolkit is designed to assist Government Ministries or Departments to develop a sector-specific response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
The book is meant for people who are searching for answers to questions about HIV prevention, epidemiology, diagnosis, and treatment.
The most frequent source of HIV infection in infants and children is transmission from mother-to-child during pregnancy, labour and delivery, or breastfeeding.
The document provides recommendations for appropriate medical eligibility criteria based on the latest clinical and epidemiological data.
"Triple Jeopardy" provides authoritative facts and figures. It explores the implications of the HIV epidemic for the woman, her child and her family.
This publication aims to address the specific needs of men involved in sexual relations with other men and to underline the fact that the transmission of HIV/AIDS between these couples is more wide