Beside preventive measure, there are a number of treatments that are being used by the health care institutions to fight against HIV. Drug treatment is considered to be an effective treatment among all…
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It also highlights the side effects of these drugs and mention ways of making the HIV drug treatment as safe as possible.
HIV is an important health concern as about a million of people are infected annually by this pandemic. Africa is disproportionately bearing the weight of HIV/AIDS epidemic. The population of Africa forms 11 percent of the world’s total population and about 67 percent of the people infected by HIV are living in Africa. About 22.4 million population of Africa is infected by HIV virus and about 1.9 million new HIV cases were reported in the year 2008. About 10 million African children lost their parent because of HIV, in the last year.
The countries located in the north of Africa have the lower prevalence HIV rate. However according to statistics South Africa is the worst HIV affected part of this continent. About 10 percent of the population of Zambia, Swaziland, Namibia, Lesotho, Botswana and Zimbabwe, is affected by HIV virus. In the sub- Saharan part of Africa the HIV patients acquire half of the beds present at any hospitals. Health care professionals have been highly affected by this pandemic. In the years 1990-2005 about 17 percent of the health work force was lost because of this killer virus.
In response to this major health risk a number of initiatives have been taken to educate the population of Africa, in order to reduce the potential risk of HIV. In 2013, a special report was issued by UNAINDS. According to this report the number of people receiving anti-retroviral treatment in the current year is seven times more than the patient receiving treatment five years back.
Education is the main source by the help of which develop Africa fight against HIV/AIDS. There are several institutions that offer training to the individuals to eliminate the misconception about HIV this help them to make informed decision related to their health.
There are several programs being offered in Africa one of which is “sensitization
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There a couple of factors like environmental, socio-economic, psychological, and genetic factors which highly influence and determine the rate of drug addiction in a country.Amidst the violence and unethical incidents erupting out of high level of drug addiction in different areas, families of adolescent drug addicts get excessively exposed to wide range of grave inconveniences. “Siblings in the family may find their needs and concerns ignored while their parents react to the continuous crises involving the adolescent who abuses alcohol or drugs”.
Most citizens live under poverty, although there are countries like Malaysia which although is a middle income country it has achieved commendable development through the years. They are also characterized by lack of minerals and resources unlike the countries in the developed world.
Finally, the paper will gives an overview of what the local Africans think regarding the Chinese heavy presence in their countries. Sautman and Hairong note that the growth of trade between China and Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) has improved significantly over the last few decades.
Natural products do not have harmful body effects and they have been proven beneficial in facilitating drug metabolism. Key words Inhibition: It is a medical terminology used to explain things which blocks certain harmful processes and metabolisms. Metabolism: It includes various processes such as reduction, hydration, oxidation, hydrolysis, etc.
ce to the original status and other factors that determine how investors choose their location their article; Why Does FDI Go Where it Goes?: New Evidence from the Transition Economies. In their study, they use a unique set of 25 country economies between 1990 and 1998 that
The author states that OSAHS can simply be described as a common cause of daytime sleepiness. The symptoms of OSAHS that have been noted this far include loud snoring, choking during sleep, non-refreshed sleep, headaches, sexual dysfunction and excessive daytime sleeping. It has been identified that the condition has various effects on patients.
Traditionally, the interaction of the international community with Africa was that of humanitarian and developmental assistance nature, seeking to help the continent deliver itself from humanitarian crisis and a high level of poverty.