16 after Nelson Mandela galvanized the world to take up the fight against AIDS, experts and activists return to the South African city of Durban, seeking to revitalize the fight against the disease
The UN's health agency says it needed $25 million to fund its own response plan, while an additional $31 million would support the work of key partners
Philippine aviation authorities recommend the disinfection of aircraft to prevent the breeding of mosquitoes that carry the virus
Researchers say breastfeeding could prevent more than 800,000 child deaths, and about 20,000 breast cancer deaths every year
'We need to put in place corrective strategies just as quickly as possible,' WHO Director-General Margaret Chan tells a committee created to review why existing international health regulations failed to prevent the deadly Ebola outbreak
New leaders in global health research and innovation in the Philippines and abroad are invited to join this forum on global health
This year, the global forum on health will carry the theme 'People at the Center of Health Research and Innovation'
'The new test isn't about saving the lives of infected people, but it can help in the long run by making it easier and quicker to detect Ebola outbreaks'
In Guinea, children returned to school on January 19 while Sierra Leone has said it will restart classes on March 30
The broadest study of its kind has exposed an entrenched culture of coercive sex among men in six countries of the Asia-Pacific, researchers said on Tuesday