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JANUARY THEME 2015 EDITORIAL: Millennium Development Goals 2015: Past and Future

By Joanne AMLAG Goals are important. New Year’s Day is a particularly special time in which people all around the world make promises to themselves to fulfill specific goals. For example, I’m sure many of my classmates have made numerous personal goals in the past few days. Goals that probably involve the likes of studying more regularly, working out more

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LENS: Millenium Development Goals and Beyond

By Kanya BENJAMANEPAIROJ MDGs is considered one of the most successful plan that governments, national and international orgnisations, civil society groups around the world have committed to help achieve by 2015. Here are the summery of the MDGs plan by United Nation.[1]     From this moment, we have approximately 500 days to continue and accelerate action on issues such

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PUBLIC HEALTH PERSPECTIVE: Antibiotic Crisis

by Sophie Bourquin For the last 70 years, antibiotics have been used to treat patients with infectious diseases, as a result, associated illnesses and deaths have been reduced considerably. However, antibiotics have been widely used for so long, that the infectious organisms that antibiotics are designed to kill have evolved and adapted to antibiotics, making the drugs less effective. In some

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Op-Ed

Baby Says, Don’t Put Health in a Corner  BY Amanda Sobierajski  Being the neurotic news follower that I am, my inbox is filled with newsletters from organizations in Canada through to Australia and they cover everything from gender violence to social inequalities. In one of the newsletters I’ve just received and I came across this little blurb, maybe two sentences

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