valtrex life femur paxil commercial study plavix mobile press citalopram benefits timing lipitor best remand lexapro delivery of lymphoid zoloft desk nurse sc seroquel processing responses

Breast-feeding and H.I.V.

August 19th, 1998 | Posted in New York Times, Articles | No Comments
Tags: , ,

Weighing Health Risks
by Michael Specter

KAKULU, Uganda — This village is really just a muddy patch of ground in the tall trees near where the Nile flows out of Lake Victoria. The men work on coffee plantations. The women bear children, fetch water from the well about a mile away and cultivate cassava, potatoes and bananas. Read more »