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New HIV infections down one third from 2001: UN report

UN report said Monday that new HIV infections among adults and children were estimated at 2.3 million in 2012, down 33 percent from 2001. ...

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Study: Racism can make your child depressed, unhappy and unproductive

A report in Social Science & Medicine says that young people who experience racism or racist treatment are more likely to struggle with mental health issues such as depression and anxiety as both children and later as teens. ...

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Risks of being obese that you may not know about

the risks of being obese such as a higher risk or stroke or heart attack, but here are 8 risks that you may not think about when you think of obesity. ...

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Prostate cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed type of cancer among American men ...

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The Florida Department of Health’s Office of Minority Health celebrates ‘Take A Loved One To The Doctor Month’

The Florida Department of Health (DOH) Office of Minority Health invites you to join the statewide Take A Loved One To The Doctor Month campaign ...

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Sickle Cell Day Unit designed for adults to manage pain

Broward Health’s Sickle Cell Day Unit is designed for adults to manage pain and improve quality of life. The program includes specialized case management, a nutrition center, medical monitoring, intervention and counseling services. ...

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Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies of Broward County announces The BJ’s Charitable Foundation Grant for $10, 000

Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of Broward County, Inc. recently received a $10,000 grant from the BJ’s Charitable Foundation. ...

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Florida Department of Health acknowledges Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Awareness Day

The Florida Department of Health acknowledges that Sept. 9, 2013 is recognized as International Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Awareness Day ...

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Why expanding Medicaid can be good for states

xpanding Medicaid The Affordable Care Act (ACA) Medicaid expansion can mean the difference between a colonoscopy now and undergoing rounds of chemotherapy in the future. Access to primary care can help identify diseases early, preventing the pain and costs associated with treating a progressed problem. ...

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