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Tuberculosis is an infectious disease that still kills a lot of people, especially those with HIV/AIDS, despite us having a vaccine for it.
This ice provided a giant platform for growing algae at the base of the food chain, and has been a significant contributor to the remarkable productivity of a body of water, stretching from Alaska to northeast Russia, that sustains some of the biggest fisheries on the planet.
Visual artist Yau Bee Ling’s conversations about art these days seem to be more optimistic. She is definitely in a different headspace since her last solo exhibit three years ago, which was an emotionally heavy series.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in Malaysia, but a majority of women still do not routinely check their breasts for abnormalities or go for screenings.
The World Health Organisation lists “vaccine hesitancy" among its Top 10 threats to human lives, which has lead to a reemergence and resurgence of illnesses long thought over.
Rehab is essential after a stroke to regain the function of the affected limbs and it is most effective if done at home.
Manganese is a commonly-used metal element that can cause irreversible effects to the brain and other organs if we are exposed to higher levels than recommended.
In addition to helping out, BeeBlitz volunteers learn about bee biology and ways in which they can support wild bees. BeeBlitz and other similar events are attempts to track bee numbers and better pinpoint the reasons for bee deaths.