News@ a glance

Kondro, Wayne
July 2007
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;7/17/2007, Vol. 177 Issue 2, p137
Academic Journal
The article offers medical related world news briefs. According to the Public Health Agency of Canada, 460 confirmed cases of mumps have now been reported in eight Canadian provinces in the ongoing outbreak of the acute viral infection. The World Health Organization and UNAIDS have issued new guidance for HIV testing and counseling. Obesity rates have prompted the government of China to make dance classes mandatory for elementary and secondary students, effective September 1, 2007.


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