non-communicable diseases

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My Life With Epilepsy

They run in my family. My cousin has them, my sister had them, I have them. Seizures. My first one was in sixth grade. Then two more in high school. Four more my freshman year in college. And nearly ten in the past two years.

Shining a Spotlight on Non-Communicable Diseases Post-2015

As the world turns to the 67th World Health Assembly this week in Geneva, the development community rightly focuses on what the Millennium Development Goals will look like in a post-2015 world. Health issues like HIV/AIDS, Malaria and maternal/child health have been at the forefront

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