HIV: the impact of under-nutrition on resilience

HIV is a virus that damages the cells of the immune system, weakening the ability to fight everyday infections and diseases. AIDS is the term used to describe a range of potentially life-threatening infections and illnesses that occur as a result of a severely damaged immune system by the HIV virus. Morbidity (condition of beingContinue reading HIV: the impact of under-nutrition on resilience

The world food problem: a comparison of life between two extremes

Developing countries  In developing countries, water availability is scarce; the poorer people in this situation will suffer more than their well-off counterparts. The poorer people will have less food either because their food production has been stalled due to the lack of water or because they are simply unable to produce enough food due toContinue reading The world food problem: a comparison of life between two extremes