The FDA has just released a report citing clinical study evidence that the naproxen painkiller Aleve has a lower cardiac risk than ibuprofen rivals such as Motrin and Advil. An advisory committee made up of doctors and medical experts for the government agency said it recommended a new label for pain relievers containing naproxen, stating there is now credible evidence that the drug carries a lower cardiova ...Read more ›
Criminalization laws fuel stigma against PLWHA ...Read more ›
By Judith Valente and Giovanna Breu, Special for USA TODAY A young man named Adam, 28, comes to the Health Village, where free HIV/STI testing, doctor chats, health screenings and safe sex gift bags are available, during the Paragon III: Everlasting Fame World Aids Day Ball at the University of Chicago.(Photo: Brett T. Roseman for USA TODAY) Story Highlights HIV infection is increasing sharply ...Read more ›
Join Alicia Keys for a watch party & twitter conversation: “We are empowered,” An intimate conversation with 5 women living with HIV in the U.S.
Gather your girlfriends, your book club, your church group, your sorority sisters and claim the living room for a Girls' Night In! Fourteen time Grammy Award-winning artist and HIV advocate Alicia Keys is joining with Greater Than AIDS to host a National Watch Party and Twitter Chat about women and HIV/AIDS in America Sunday, January 19th. Ms. Keys is urging women and their loved ones to come together on Su ...Read more ›
Florida Department of Health promotes better health for babies TALLAHASSEE, FL – The Florida Department of Health is raising awareness about the important steps families can take to improve the health of babies and decrease the impact of birth defects. January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month and the Department is encouraging women who are pregnant or planning a pregnancy to take steps to have ...Read more ›
Not all health plans cover a doctor’s visit before the deductible is met ...Read more ›
World AIDS Museum and Educational Center in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., early next year, this November Earvin “Magic” Johnson dedicated the Museum to the millions of people who suffered due to HIV/AIDS. ...Read more ›