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High rates of adolescents living with undiagnosed HIV in five high-burden countries

High rates of undiagnosed HIV were found amongst adolescents (aged between 10 – 19) across five high-burden countries in southern Africa, while the low rates of undetectable viral loads in those accessing treatment raises concerns around treatment effectiveness. This is the first study to estimate the number of adolescents living with HIV across Zimbabwe, Malawi,… Read More »

How to sleep: Medical expert shares five tips to get a good night’s sleep

Medical herbalist Dr Etheridge is keen to help the nation achieve regular, good-quality sleep – otherwise, health problems could arise from the lack of shut-eye. What are his tips? What will be, will be The first piece of advice from the integrated health specialist is “don’t force it”. “This is a strange period we are… Read More »

Bigger class could mean up to five times the COVID-19 infections, Canadian study suggests

Article content continued The new modelling study, which hasn’t yet been peer-reviewed, was designed to capture transmission of the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes the dreaded COVID-19. Researchers looked at the effect of different student-to-teacher ratios in a hypothetical primary school, as well as school-based daycare, an essential “bridge” for working parents who can’t drop-off or… Read More »

UK employees suffer ‘appraisal apathy’ as productivity sees sharpest fall in five years

Nearly half (49%) of UK employees are indifferent to – or dread – their performance reviews 1 in 4 UK employees has never had a performance review in their current organisation Nearly half (42%) of UK employees’ performance reviews are still being documented in printed form London, UK – 23 October 2019: Research released today… Read More »