Preparing For Another Flu Season

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Equality Still Elusive For World's Women

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Countries Lag In Maternal, Child Health

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Floods Rage Toward Stricken Pakistan Province

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Cholera Follows Pakistan Floods; Six Million Face Crisis

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The prairie dog plague has led to massive prairie dog deaths, scaring nearby human communities for the last 60 years. Barbara Sax//AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Culprit Of Prairie Dogs' Drama May Be Caught

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Positive Developments In HIV/AIDS Research

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Scientists Say A Gel Can Slow HIV Spread

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Malaria is spread through mosquitoes that have been infiltrated by the Plasmodium parasite. Associated Press hide caption

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Malaria: The 500,000-Year-Old 'Fever' That Won't Die

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