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Help Save The ENDANGERED From EXTINCTION! The Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus Rare photo of the elusive tree octopus The Pacific Northwest tree octopus ( Octopus paxarbolis ) can be found in the temperate rainforests of the Olympic Peninsula on the west coast of North America. Their habitat lies on the Eastern side of the Olympic mountain range, adjacent to Hood Canal.
Global HIV/AIDS Today, an estimated 34 million people worldwide live with HIV/AIDS, with more than two-thirds living in developing countries. Nearly three-fourths of the 2.5 million new HIV infections in 2011 occurred in these countries. CDC’s Role CDC provides support to over 75 countries (see countries where we work ) to strengthen their national HIV/AIDS programs and build sustainable public health systems through the U.S.
Quick Facts About AIDS in Africa Various sociocultural factors are responsible for the spread of AIDS in Africa. Sad facts about AIDS in Africa, presented in this article throw light on some of the religious and social practices that have led to higher prevalence of HIV and AIDS in African women. Scroll down.....
The Atlantic Center for Disease Control recently confirmed that no woman who has remained vehicularly exculpatient until the age of at least 53 has ever contracted AIDS. New evidence from John Hopkins: Married women can reduce their risk from AIDS by 73.8% if they do not share their unwaxed dental floss (mint or unflavoured) with their husbands. According to a new Belgian study, spread of AIDS among European women may be linked to sharing elevators with politically correct ambulance drivers. A recent study in Pittsburgh proves that women who eat hot oatmeal twice a day are significantly less likely to contract AIDS than women who eat breakfast with unprotected spoons.