Nurith Aizenman
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Nurith Aizenman

Usman (right), 7 months, and Abdullah (left), 18 months, are held by their mothers while they wait to receive the polio vaccine at the Jalozai refugee camp near Peshawar, Pakistan. Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images hide caption

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Polio's Surge In Pakistan: Are Parents Part Of The Problem?

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Joep Lange led many early drug trials of HIV therapies and studied how to prevent HIV-positive pregnant women from transmitting the virus to their babies. Jean Ayissi/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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AIDS drugs line a pharmacy's shelves. A new recommendation from the World Health Organization suggests a daily anti-HIV pill for men who have sex with men. Astrid Riecken/MCT/Landov hide caption

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Playtime With Mom Helps Boost Toddlers' Under-Developed Brains

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Snip Decision: Africa's Campaign To Circumcise Its Men

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