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The CDC Funds Black organizations

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Four reasons you should be tested for hepatitis C

If you fall into one of these categories or are either curious or anxious about whether you have HCV, here are four reasons to take charge of your health: ...

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On 50th anniversary, Medicare and Medicaid still vital

As Medicare and Medicaid turn 50 this week, the nation takes a look at the impact of two of the most significant government programs ever launched. ...

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Broward Health Community Health Services hosts summer immunization fairs

As the upcoming school year approaches, uninsured children are invited to attend a series of summer immunization fairs where free immunizations and low-cost school physicals will be available. ...

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HIV Care Continuum: Controlling the virus is key

Controlling the virus is key ...

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Congestive heart failure striking African Americans at a younger age

While previous medical trends target middle-aged Black populations in awareness efforts, increasingly diagnosis of heart failure is occurring earlier among African Americans. ...

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SERO Project and Southern AIDS Coalition to host Network Empowerment Pre-Conference

The SERO Project and the Southern AIDS Coalition are co-hosting a Network Empowerment Pre-conference in advance of the annual Positive Living Conference held in Ft. Walton Beach, Fla., each September ...

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Zena Yusuf, Black AIDS Institute program coordinator: ‘I saw poverty and disparities’

Yusuf was surrounded by people in need of better health care and sexual education. She also did her “practicum in Clarke County, Georgia, one of the five poorest counties in the nation,” she says ...

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