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You can never be too safe... 

I like to keep the “lady flower” in tip top condition so with recent events mentioned in my previous post Did I Ask For It? 425 more words

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Merely two weeks into the year and it feels like a lot has happened already. Back to work, into the swing of building up my fitness again and feeling much more human than I did over Christmas. 149 more words


Hubungan Defisiensi Vitamin D dengan Terapi Statin pada Orang-Terinfeksi-HIV dan Orang-Tak-Terinfeksi-HIV : Sebuah Ulasan

REVIEWER : MUNAWAR SATRIA (Student at Pharmacy Department, Faculty of Math and Natural Sciences, Syiah Kuala University)

1. Defisiensi Vitamin D dan Resiko Penyakit Kardiovaskular… 381 more words

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Dear Researcher, What Kind of Whore am I?

My last blog post was about a researcher who seems to have found what she was looking for (young girls who claim to have had sex for money to buy sanitary towels) and now uses the finding to get publicity and, presumably, funding, or justification for funding if she has already received some. 831 more words


What It's Like Living As a HIV-Positive Teen

When she was an infant, Ashley Rose Murphy was extremely sick. Murphy was born with HIV, which she contracted from her late birth mother. 1,536 more words

20-cent, whirligig-inspired Paperfuge could help diagnose diseases

With inspiration from an ancient toy, researchers believe that the simple spinning mechanics of a whirligig could help in the diagnosis of malaria, HIV and other diseases around the world, according to a new study. 717 more words


Spread too Thin: Ending AIDS in 2017

I had this piece published with the Huffington Post recently. It comes in response to the question of meeting the 169 targets set for 2030 through the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). 124 more words