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Models to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic in America

HIV in the U.S. know their HIV status and have a suppressed viral load. This is both ambitious and necessary to end the HIV epidemic ...

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Broward Health schedules 387 mammograms two weeks before Mammopalooza begins

MAMMOPALOOZA officially kicks off on Monday, Oct. 1, Broward Health has already registered 387 mammograms for the month of October, and more are being scheduled every day. ...

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Rice & Diabetes: The link you don’t know about

people who eat more white rice are at increased type 2 diabetes risk, and those who eat more brown rice have less risk. ...

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Early voting battle appears over

early voting in Florida ahead of November’s presidential election appeared to wind down ...

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Former Broward County Commissioner Josephus Eggelletion, Jr. optimistically looks toward the future

he is in the process of picking up the pieces of a life torn apart by political scandal. ...

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SAVE-A-LOT GRAND OPENING

SAVE-A-LOT ...

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National Historically Black Colleges and Universities Week, 2012

America’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) carry forward this proud legacy ...

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Waters cleared of House Ethics charges

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) has been finally exonerated of allegations that she violated ethics codes in connection with her role in advocating for the inclusion of minority-owned banks in the federal government’s Troubled Asset Relief Program(TARP). ...

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One year after launching the iPad, Archbishop McCarthy High School continues to lead in the integration of technology introduces the iLounge

Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy High School integrates Apple technology into the Archbishop McCarthy culture ...

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