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For the first time ever, over half of people with HIV are receiving treatment: UN
And the annual number of people who die from AIDS has nearly halved from 1.9 million to 1 million between 2005 and 2016.
 
The number of people with no safe drinking water is shocking
It's in the billions, and even more people lack access to proper sanitation, UN agencies warn.
 
This is why you don't use electronics in the bath
A teen who died in a bathtub over the weekend was electrocuted after touching a phone that was plugged in, her family says.
 
A breakthrough's been reported in the search for a gonorrhea vaccine
Despite a century of research, efforts to find a vaccine against the fast-spreading disease, which can lead to infertility, have been unsuccessful.
 
Gonorrhea is becoming untreatable and oral sex is partly to blame
Two-thirds of the countries that report resistance data to the WHO have seen antibiotics-resistant cases in recent years.
 
700 women in Australia claim that Johnson and Johnson vaginal mesh ruined their lives
More than 700 Australian women launch a class action lawsuit against pharmaceutical giant Johnson and Johnson, after suffering from "painful and life-altering complications" due to its vaginal mesh implants.
 
Next time you work out, have a meal afterward: doctor
Expert recommends having a small bento, soybean milk and a banana after your next workout.
 
Guys, you can get breast cancer too. Here's how to check yourself
It could be a lump or thickening in their breast tissue, or a nipple that begins to turn inward.
 
Planning a trip to Thailand? Take your mosquito repellent
Travelers to Thailand should take extra precautions against mosquitoes this year: the country has reported an increase in cases of dengue fever.
 
The scientists in pursuit of the ultimate artificial heart
"What we're doing here is pretty much comparable to the moon landings," said Ulrich Steinseifer. The professor of cardiovascular engineering smiles, unlocks a glass cabinet and takes out a round object made of plastic - an artificial heart.
 
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