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Circumcision study supports HIV theory

new study offers support for the theory that removing the foreskin deprives troublesome bacteria of a place to live ...

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Exclusive breastfeeding for more than four months lowers mother-to-infant HIV risk

HIV-infected mothers who exclusively breastfeed for more than the first four months of life have a lower risk of transmitting the virus ...

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Highly active antiretroviral therapies may be cardioprotective in HIV-infected children, teens

Long-term use of highly active antiretroviral therapies (HAART) does not appear to be associated with impaired heart function in children and adolescents ...

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HIV infections increasing in urban Black men

About 72 percent of new HIV infections in this age group occur in men who have sex with men, and 57 percent occur among African Americans. ...

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Bernard P. Alicki Health Center makes it official

Broward Health’s Bernard P. Alicki Health Center, which hosted an official ribbon cutting ...

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Alicia Keys shines light on women and HIV

Keys stammered a little as she read the word “disproportionately” from her notes, and then recovered and repeated it with force saying ...

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GYT (Get Yourself Tested) during STD Awareness Month

“Get Yourself Talking, Get Yourself Tested.” ...

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Tulsa dentist’s office infects 57 patients with hepatitis, HIV and other diseases

Tulsa oral surgeon, have hepatitis C, three have hepatitis B and no more than three have HIV ...

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Black notables making the Affordable Care Act happen

I build strategic partnerships and alliances with those outside entities so that we can deliver ...

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Obesity: What it is, how it hurts you

Millions of Americans and people worldwide are over-weight or obese, a condition that puts them at risk for many health problems ...

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