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Lance Armstrong: It's about the bike, not the boosters Shuaib Manjra

The name Armstrong dominated the past week's headlines. Neil remained a public hero until his end. Lance's drug infested career came home to roost. However the level of public support demonstrated for Lance Armstrong, as evidenced in website comments and polls, has been surprising.

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Homegrown malaria drug could offer single-dose cure

Hopeful results from study of new TB drug cocktails

RESEARCHERS at the University of Cape Town (UCT) have identified a compound that has the potential to treat malaria, the first time a drug candidate of this kind has been developed on African soil, they say.

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Honey eases children's coughs, study shows

THE QUESTION
Nighttime coughing frequently plagues children who have a cold, not only causing discomfort but disrupting their sleep and that of other family members, too. Might a dose of honey relieve the coughing?

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ARVs 'bandits' terror spree

Brazen armed gangs are targeting Soweto doctors for anti-retroviral drugs (ARVs), which are a component for the cheap streets drug called nyaope.

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Are students popping pills to boost performance

RESEARCH is needed to determine whether significant numbers of Australian students are trying to improve their academic performance by taking diverted prescription stimulants, according to academics from three Australian universities and a Canadian research institute.

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