Gottfried Hirnschall, director of the WHO HIV Department, told delegates that even more must be done to address the epidemic among vulnerable populations, the news service notes. ‘Now could be not enough time to be timid. It is critical our ambition and our commitment match the incredible potential of this moment,’ Hirnschall said . Hirnschall spoke about growing treatment gain access to, and said the globe should reach the mark of 15 million people in developing countries on antiretroviral medicines by 2015, as eight million are taking them, the Associated Press reviews .The investigators reviewed diet and mental health information collected at 40 clinical centers across 24 claims and the District of Columbia through the well-known Women’s Health Initiative study. None of the women had any history of substance abuse, depressive disorder or any other form of mental illness in the three years leading up to their enrollment in the study. The result at the end of the analysis: The more processed sugars a woman ate, the bigger her blood sugar and the greater her risk for a bout of depression.