· June, 2007

Stories about Health from June, 2007

Iraq: Red Cross Scam

“Apparently there is a new scam going on where someone pretending to be the Red Cross calls the wife of a deployed service member in Iraq. They notify the wife that the husband has been hurt and has been sent to Germany for treatment, but that he cannot receive treatment...

Cayman Islands: Dr. Kevorkian

  5 June 2007

Cayblogger talks tongue in cheek about the release of Dr. Kevorkian and how he could potentially help the Cayman Islands health care system.

China: Liveblogging from ground zero

  1 June 2007

Seeing all the media censorship regarding the controversy over a toxic and risky chemical plant in the works, Bullog bloggers didn't just write about it every day. They went down to the resulting protest and live-blogged it.

AIDS in Japan: Blame it on gays?

  1 June 2007

Since the first case of AIDS in Japan was officially reported in March, 1985, official figures have indicated that the number of cases of HIV/AIDS among Japanese has been steadily increasing over the years (this despite the difficulty of making assessments due to the low rate of HIV testing among...

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