[ Snoring ] [ Keys jangle ] [ Door creaks ] Alright, alright. Bring him in! The little boy’s room is upstairs. Oh, I don’t know if I can go through with this. My little Eric is going to be so mad at me! Look, by the time he knows… Continue Reading Boo-Boo Present – South Park – “SHOTS!!!” – s23e03

[Host] In the United States today, over one in five adults, or more than fifty million Americans, live with the pain and discomfort of arthritis. But, it doesn’t have to be this way. Many people use physical activity to manage their arthritis pain. If you personally don’t know the pain… Continue Reading Arthritis Pain Reliever

Malaria is one of the highest burden diseases in Sierra Leone especially affecting young children and infants. The country has decided to implement an intervention called Intermittent Preventive Treatment for Infants, or IPTI. This is the medication given to the infants during the first year of life at the same… Continue Reading Malaria Treatment for Infants

Existence is strange and there’s no way we can ever manage to understand all the many mysteries of life, the universe and everything. When we come across something we don’t understand, most of us turn to teachers, parents, smart friends and probably Wikipedia, in an attempt to sort out what’s… Continue Reading 6 Famous People Who Believe Crazy Theories

>>I think one of the biggest misconceptions that I like people to know about is, with latent TB, that if you have latent TB, you need to get treated. And even though you’re not showing symptoms and you’re not walking around, you know, having all the bad experiences that I… Continue Reading The Importance of Latent TB Infection Testing and Treatment

Being a citizen of the European Union means that many aspects of our lives are regulated by a weird entity. It feels like a huge bureaucracy is making decisions over our heads. Many Europeans think that their vote in the EU elections doesn’t count, and that the EU is not… Continue Reading Is the EU Democratic? Does Your Vote Matter?

I know what you’re thinking: “Why does that guy get to sit down?” That’s because this is radio. (Music) I tell radio stories about design, and I report on all kinds of stories: buildings and toothbrushes, mascots and wayfinding and fonts. My mission is to get people to engage with… Continue Reading Why city flags may be the worst-designed thing you’ve never noticed | Roman Mars

“HIV, you are a part of me, but you do not control me.” Well, when I was nine, they just kind of explained that you have this disease that affects your immune system, and if you get sick– like, your brother gets sick, your brother may get well in a… Continue Reading CDC’s HIV Treatment Works: Sharmain’s Story

“I was always a healthy person. Always in the gym. Still am, when I can. And anytime something came up, I was apt to see a doctor because I always wanted to make sure I was healthy. That’s the gold of life. That’s better than any wealth you can have… Continue Reading Feeling Worse After Treatment? Maybe It’s Not Lyme Disease

Updated Tuberculosis Screening, Testing, and Treatment recommendations for Health Care personnel. On May 17th, 2019 the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Tuberculosis Controllers Association updated recommendations for tuberculosis (or TB) screening, testing, and treatment for health care personnel in the United States. These recommendations should be… Continue Reading Updated TB Testing and Treatment Recommendations for Health Care Personnel