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Racism Around The World

Recently I talked to my Spanish teacher who is a native born Columbian about how the South American countries feel regarding Spain. I was curious about the question because I was thinking about how in America we still have a lot of racial tension even after the abolition of slavery. 81 more words

Kenya: High Court halts HIV+ data collection, upholding dignity & privacy

Many thanks to Professor Ebenezer Durojaye of the Dullah Omar Institute for Constitutional Law, Governance and Human Rights at the University of the Western Cape, for abstracting this significant judgment for REPROHEALTHLAW subscribers.  550 more words

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Nigeria: Accountability for maternal healthcare services

Many thanks to to Onyema Afulukwe-Eruchalu for writing this useful new article in the Ethical and Legal Issues section of the International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics… 359 more words

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People Living In The United States Die Earlier Than In Japan And Australia. Part 3 of 3

People Living In The United States Die Earlier Than In Japan And Australia – Part 3 of 3

Even aspects of community development, such as the fact that many urban centers are based on automobile transportation, may play a role, said Dr Ana Diez Roux, another on author and director of the Center for Social Epidemiology and Population Health at the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor. 96 more words

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People Living In The United States Die Earlier Than In Japan And Australia. Part 2 of 3

People Living In The United States Die Earlier Than In Japan And Australia – Part 2 of 3

They also extend beyond the poor and minorities. 168 more words

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People Living In The United States Die Earlier Than In Japan And Australia. Part 1 of 3

People Living In The United States Die Earlier Than In Japan And Australia – Part 1 of 3

People Living In The United States Die Earlier Than In Japan And Australia. 254 more words

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