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HIV/AIDS and Mental: The Interaction in sub-Saharan Africa
In the battle against HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa, disparity in mental health care plays a key part in stopping the spread of the deadly disease. Currently it is believed over 50 percent of persons living with HIV/AIDS ...
Malaria as a Cause of Poverty: Poverty as a Contributor to Malaria
Malaria remains to be a huge problem in developing countries. We cannot ignore this problem as we try to eradicate global poverty. Malaria causes a downward spiral of poverty without effective interventions. It causes huge ...
Massacre of the Millenium? A Study of the AIDS Crisis in Sub-Saharan Africa
. . . With 95% of HIV-infected people living in developing countries, AIDS has become a "disease of Third World poverty rather than First World affluence." No one knows what AIDS will do to the economy and people's quality ...