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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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Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) Town Hall

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Health Care Reform

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CAC-Florida Medical Centers expands to Broward County

The newly-acquired medical center in Margate, ...

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What the Affordable Care Act means to communities of color

Affordable Care Act is improving health and strengthening communities – especially communities of color that have long faced disparities in health and health care ...

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Health officials confirm dengue fever mosquito-borne disease in two counties

Florida Department of Health officials have confirmed a total of eight cases of dengue fever, with seven cases located in Martin County and one case in Miami-Dade County ...

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How much do we value Black gay men?

[caption id="attachment_17532" align="alignleft" width="324"] Bayard Rustin[/caption] How much do we value Black gay men? By Paul Kawata For decades, Bayard Rustin has been one of the least known, yet prolific, contributors to the civil rights movement. Rustin served as the brains behind the 1963 March On Washington for Jobs and Freedom, managing to coordinate and promote the event in just two months. But, ...

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Exercise: The hidden facts that many people don’t know

Exercise: The hidden facts that many people don’t know ...

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