News for November, 2017

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NOVEMBER 30, 2017

World Aids Day 2017

December 1st marks World Aids Day 2017. Learn more about the current strategies for reducing transmission risk with a free chapter from Fundamentals of HIV Medicine.

NOVEMBER 28, 2017

New and updated titles now available

Discover new and updated titles now available on Oxford Medicine Online, including Paediatric Neurology, Modeling Public Health and Health Systems, and A Clinician's Guide to Learning Disabilities . Learn more.

NOVEMBER 26, 2017

Enjoy free chapter on Food and Nutrition

Discover free chaper from the Oxford Textbook of Global Public Health on Food and nutrition covering diet, nutrition, chronic non-communicable diseases, micronutrient malnutrition, undernutrition, and emerging food and nutrition issues.

NOVEMBER 21, 2017

Read Diet, Environmental Chemicals, and the Gut Microbiome free chapter

Enjoy free access to chapter exploring the gut microbiome from Integrative Environmental Medicine, part of the Weil Integrative Medicine Library.

NOVEMBER 14, 2017

World Diabetes Day 2017

The 14th of November marks World Diabetes Day. Read more about the condition with freely available chapters.

NOVEMBER 10, 2017

A Timeline of the History of Acupuncture

Our timeline details the history of acupuncture from its beginnings in 6,000 BCE to the present day. 

NOVEMBER 8, 2017

Animal Antibiotics

Recent WHO report suggests antibiotic resistance can be prevented by stopping the use of antibiotics in healthy animals. Learn more about antibiotic resistance.

NOVEMBER 7, 2017

Pain and Addiction Medicine: A Reading List

A reading list on key pain and addiction medicine chapters to build awareness of the current opioid crisis. 

NOVEMBER 6, 2017

Streptococcus vaccine development

New report suggests the development of a vaccine against an infection caused by group B streptococcus (GBS) could prevent thousands stillbirths and baby deaths globally. Read more about Streptococcus agalactiae (group B Streptococcus).

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