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Does President Obama have Black folks back?

President Obama’s re-election campaign will launch its first radio ad targeting the African American community this week. The 60 second ad is focused on getting the African American community to stand with the president, and get engaged in the election process. ...

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Doubly Proud Thurston

Florida State Representative Perry Thurston and his wife Dawn are proud of their children Alison who just graduated from Princeton University in New Jersey, while son Trey graduated from South Plantation High School. ...

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Medical student honored as minority scholar by American Medical Association Foundation

Shermeeka Hogans-Mathews, a formerly underserved Medicaid patient who has just completed her first year at the Florida State University College of Medicine, is one of 13 recipients of a 2012 Minority Scholars Award from the American Medical Association Foundation. She will receive a $10,000 scholarship. ...

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Most universities asking for full 15 percent tuition hike

All but two of 11 state universities will ask the Florida Board of Governors for a 15 percent tuition increase this year, bucking Gov. Rick Scott’s push to hold down the cost of a college education. ...

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Winning the fight against HIV in children

Over thirty years ago, when the fight against HIV first began, the outlook for tackling the pandemic was bleak. Across the world, AIDS was seen as a death sentence. Within just a few years, it had devastated communities from the United States to South Africa. ...

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Broward Health offers early breast cancer screening to uninsured and underinsured women

Broward Health has announced that it will continue its efforts to promote early detection of breast cancer by offering free mammograms and other breast health services for uninsured ...

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FDA approves new combination vaccine that protects children against two bacterial diseases

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today approved Menhibrix, a combination vaccine for infants and children ages six weeks through 18 months, for prevention of invasive disease caused by Neisseria meningitides serogroups C and Y and Haemophilus influenza type b. ...

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DOH sees several high level departures

Several high-level employees have left the Florida Department of Health in recent months, and one of the latest to leave said the departures highlight an agency abandoning its public service mission for political ideology. ...

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The Detox

When people are strung out on drugs they normally check into a Detox center to stop abusing drugs/liquor. ...

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Broward County’s First Ladies

“And the Lord God said, It is not good that man should be alone; I will make him an help meet.”Genesis 2:18 (American King James Version) The Strong’s Concordance defines the term “help meet” ...

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