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White House meeting on HIV stigma examines interventions, measures, actions

White House and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) held a meeting specifically focused on what the research tells us about HIV-related stigma and what more we need to know about it. ...

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Empire’ star Jussie Smollett reminds us that AIDS isn’t a problem of the past

The Empire star warned against considering HIV/AIDS to be a problem from “yester-year.” ...

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Actor James Earl Jones says his 20-year battle with diabetes is his most “challenging job” ever

Award winning actor James Earl Jones has come out to publicly talk about his two decades-long struggle with diabetes ...

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Two best friends adopted from an African orphanage are set to be college mates

Interestingly, the boys were adopted by families both from Arizona and living just less than two miles from each other. Because of that, the boys met again. ...

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Health Center leader inducted into the Grassroots Hall of Fame

Annie Neasman, president and CEO of Jessie Trice Community Health Center Inc., in Miami Dade, Fla., has been inducted into the Grassroots Hall of Fame for the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) ...

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The brief wondrous life of teachers’ mental health

The brief wondrous life of teachers’ mental health ...

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Words matter: Communicating to end HIV-related stigma

Communicating to end HIV-related stigma ...

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High blood pressure in African-Americans

African-Americans are more likely to develop complications associated with high blood pressure. These problems include stroke, kidney disease, blindness, dementia, and heart disease. ...

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For transgender kids, support is key to emotional well-being

These latest results suggest that when transgender kids feel supported in their “social transition,” their mental well-being is on par with their peers, the researchers said. ...

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