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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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Hastings marks opening of new AHF Broward Wellness Center

Congressman Alcee L. Hastings (D-FL) attended the opening ceremony of AIDS Healthcare Foundation’s (AHF) new Broward Wellness Center in Fort Lauderdale. ...

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Zeta Rho Omega Chapter‘s third annual ‘Strike for a Cure Bowling Tournament’

Local sororities, fraternities, family members and community supporters for the cause were in attendance, to continue the tradition and support Co-Chairs Dr. Sylvia Sloane Jones, Dr. Lynette Johnson, Dr. Margaretta Kearson, and Keisha Harding, who organized the kick off for the Third Annual Strike for a Cure Tournament at the Bowling Center in Fort Lauderdale. ...

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Broward offering free immunization for school-age children

Florida Department of Health in Broward County is offering free immunizations for school age children. ...

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Florida Department of Health advises residents to take precautionary measures to prevent mosquito-borne illnesses

Florida Department of Health (DOH) emphasizes the importance of residents and visitors protecting themselves against mosquito-borne diseases ...

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“Rebuilding our community, one voice at a time”

Closing The Gap will focus on a Community Voice Project, which is a health empowerment project to improve the knowledge and behavior of minority women and men concerning health issues impacting Maternal/Infant mortality. ...

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HPV: The four types of men who are most at risk

While it is somewhat rare for men to contract oral oncologic human papillomavirus (HPV) infections, there are four types of men who are most susceptible to infection. ...

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