In accordance to Zambias Post.

African Life Assurance launches Helps assurance policy in Zambia African Lifestyle Assurance has launched an Helps assurance policy in Zambia that may allow companies in the country to provide their workers living with HIV/AIDS access to affordable antiretroviral treatment for the rest of their lives, in accordance to Zambia’s Post, Xinhua/People’s Daily reviews. Zambian companies and associations also can select whether to cover employees’ spouses or more to three kids on the program. Related StoriesRutgers School of Nursing takes lead in $6 million nationwide effort to avoid new HIV infectionsNew initiative launched to accelerate search for effective HIV vaccineResearch provides network marketing leads for new strategies to develop HIV vaccineThe plan will pay fixed regular benefits for antiretroviral treatment and a maternity advantage for female workers to avoid mother-to-child HIV transmitting, Xinhua/People’s Daily reviews .

Kabiru stated, ‘Early treatment for traumatic childhood experiences could be an essential component of interventions designed to prevent alcohol abuse among adolescents’.. African research finds link between challenging childhood and teenage drinking An African study has found a link between a difficult childhood and alcohol consumption as a teenager. Researchers writing in BioMed Central’s open access journal Kid and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health studied the association between adverse childhood encounters and drunkenness among 9,189 adolescents aged 12-19 years surviving in Burkina Faso, Ghana, Malawi, and Uganda. Dr. Caroline Kabiru and a team of researcher from the African Population and Wellness Research Center , Nairobi, Kenya conducted the study.