Blandine, a 28-year-old mother of a baby girl, sits restlessly on a chair in a womens' health center in Cameroon's capital, not knowing how or what to feel as she waits for an HIV test.
Women with HIV in Cameroon still stigmatized
Swine flu, the viral illness that became a pandemic in 2009, has made a comeback in India this year, claiming nearly 600 lives across the country so far this year, with close to 12,500 cases being reported.
Swine flu threat grows in India
More than two-fifths of older people believe they have been targeted by scammers, with single people more likely to be tricked than their married counterparts, according to a new study.
Almost half of over-65s think they targeted in a scam
A new study estimated that southern areas of the US, many of which are already poor, could face a 20 percent decline in economic activity if carbon emissions continue unabated through the 21st century.
Global warming will increase poverty in the southern US
Almost a third of 11-year-olds in England leave primary school unable to swim, a representative sample of 1,000 parents of Year 6 pupils suggested, BBC reported.
Action urged to teach children to swim
On a hot afternoon in the northern Italian border town of Ventimiglia, a group of well-dressed French tourists is making its way towards air-conditioned buses that will take them back to their homes along the Côte d’Azur.
Italy feels the heat as EU shuts doors to migrants
Official data shows authorities nationwide recorded more than 12,100 homicide probes in the first six months of 2017.
Mexico violence peaks with over 2,200 murders in June
Juvenile courts in California can supervise children whose parents are no longer able to protect or control them, even if the parents have done nothing wrong, the state Supreme Court has ruled.
Children can be taken if parents can’t control them
Nearly one in five American adults deals with a mental illness or substance abuse problem each year, a US government study said.
Mental illness major public health concern in US
A new study has found the levels of some harmful pollution inside car cabins were twice the amount previously thought.
Rush-hour pollution study finds alarming results

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