Ape ancestors’ teeth provide glimpse into their diets and environments

Main Point: Great ape dietary specialization allowed spread in Eurasia, and also lead to extinction. Published in: PLOS ONE Study

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Ancient African Cattle First Domesticated in Middle East

Main Points: Geneticists and anthropologists previously suspected that ancient Africans domesticated cattle native to the African continent nearly 10,000 years

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Despite unprecedented investment in malaria control, 57% of Africa’s population remains at moderate to high risk of contracting the most deadly form of malaria

Main Point: Despite unprecedented investment in malaria control in Africa over the past decade, about 57% of the population still

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Quotes of Nelson Mandela – 5 images

Here, I am presenting some motivational quotes of Nelson Mandela, who served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999

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Another low cost strategy to delay HIV progression / Related Research Suggestions

Main Point: Researchers have recently reported that multivitamins and selenium could greatly delay progression of HIV infection in people, who

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This is not the first time that WHO is wrong about HIV statement

World Health Organization (WHO) reported in September that in Greece: “HIV rates and heroin use have risen significantly, with about

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Highest number of malaria cases in U.S. in over 40 years

United States (U.S.) diagnosed and treated the highest number of malaria cases – about 2,000 – in 2011. It is

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Medicinal substances from African plants could stop cancer growth

Main Point: Researchers have reported that benzophenones derived from plants originating in Cameroon, country in west central Africa, could work

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River Blindness or Onchocerciasis

River Blindness, also known as Onchocerciasis, is a neglected tropical disease caused by worm (Onchocerca volvulus) larvae that is carried

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