Inside & Out

The economics of malnutrition: Pakistan’s stunted growth

Almost half of Pakistani children under the age of five suffer from stunted growth due to chronic malnutrition. Neither the body nor brains of these children develop as they normally should prompting health experts there to call for greater efforts at intervention. Our correspondent Danial Khan has more from Islamabad.

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New HIV guidelines are changing lives

Thirty years ago, an HIV/AIDS diagnosis was a death sentence. This year, the medical community confirmed that, if HIV in your blood is undetectable, you can’t transmit it. Implications for more than 36 million HIV-positive people worldwide are great.

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Israeli startup analyzes blood to detect disease

Israeli startup analyzes blood to detect disease

If you were at risk for a life threatening disease like cancer you’d want to know as early as possible so you could treat and hopefully erradicate the disease. New technology coming out of Israel may help. for patients, it’s as easy as taking a routine blood test.

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Life Recipes: Two-Ingredient Ice Cream

Reducing food waste is a popular theme these days. According to recent studies, about 40 percent of the food purchased in the United States gets tossed, leading to wasted time, energy and resources for both cook and farmer.

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