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Hepatitis C reaches historic highs: Burgeoning Baby Boomer generation at extreme risk with more than 75 percent infected as spending on HCV treatment predicted to surge more than 200 percent by 2015

Hepatitis C reaches historic highs ...

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Community Redevelopment Agency fills vacancy left by Carlton Moore in Pompano’s Northwest District

Community Redevelopment Agency fills vacancy left by Carlton Moore in Pompano’s Northwest District ...

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BROWARD COUNTY CHAPTER UNITED NATIONS ASSOCIATION OF THE USA, SHINES BRIGHTLY IN BROWARD ON THEIR 71ST ANNIVERSARY, UNITED NATIONS DAY & SCHOLARSHIP ANNUAL LUNCHEON

Twelve distinguished honorees and scholarship winner were honored that represent the team global citizenship and youth ...

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Dr. Rosalind Osgood is an AARLCC Culture Keeper!

Dr. Rosalind Osgood will be the third “African-American Culture Keeper” to be honored by the African-American Research Library and Cultural Center (AARLCC) ...

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Fort Lauderdale City Commissioner Bobby B. DuBose, at a special retrospective event celebrating

Commissioner Dubose will be leaving his Commissioner’s seat for a State Representative seat. Both Perry and Smith ...

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Addicted to Zane: The Queen of Urban Erotica

Addicted to Zane: The Queen of Urban Erotica ...

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Why has God the Father given his son power over everything?

He died on the cross to save us from our sins. This is cool for me to believe in him. He created everything, so he should have power over everything. I think he totally deserves it!” ...

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Why residual effects of domestic violence cause some to snap

Why residual effects of domestic violence cause some to snap ...

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