Aids: Twice As Many Patients On Antiretrovirals

AIDS: twice as many patients on antiretrovirals

Since 2010, the number of AIDS patients on anti-retroviral (ARV) treatment has doubled worldwide. It now reaches 18.2 million people, according to a UNAIDS report. Half of people with AIDS live on antiretrovirals around the…

Bacterial Resistance In Pictures

Bacterial resistance in pictures

VIDEO - How do bacteria survive antibiotics? A research team filmed their mutation process in the laboratory. The result is eloquent. While they have saved countless lives, antibiotics are gradually losing their ability to treat…

The Un Takes Action Against Superbugs

The UN takes action against superbugs

For the first time, leaders around the world will address the issue of antibiotic-resistant superbugs. Considered a societal threat, bacterial resistance makes more and more diseases, such as tuberculosis, extremely difficult to treat. Health topics…

Death Of An Infant After Taking Vitamin D: Three Questions

Death of an infant after taking vitamin D:…

10-day-old baby died on December 21 following a “cardio-respiratory arrest” after having received a dose of this drug which has been debated for several years. A ten-day-old infant died on December 21 at his home…