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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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Is your child at risk for Type 2 Diabetes?

Like many chronic diseases, some groups, including African Americans, have a higher risk for developing type 2 diabetes ...

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Caffeine can shake up former smokers

Cigarette smokers metabolize caffeine more rapidly than nonsmokers ...

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A sicker population

ex-cons is seen as significant because this population is generally in worse health than the overall population. ...

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In treatment: Brandon Kennedy

Black people living with HIV/AIDS who are considering treatment ...

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HIV cure means

In this issue we’ll begin a series that takes a harder look at that story and some of its implications for Black people, starting with a look at what an HIV “cure” means. ...

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Mentoring works for Black males

The history of limited educational attainment unfavorably translates into the absence of employment opportunities, negative encounters with the judicial system and elevated Black male mortality ...

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New Health Law Takes Hold

New Health Law Takes Hold ...

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CDC Study: 110 million VD infections in America right now

This means that there are more STD infections than jobs created in the US. A full 50 percent of the infections occurred among those in the 15 – 24 year old age bracket ...

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Dentist office gives patients an HIV scare

dental practice, where close to 7,000 people that have been visiting over the past six years may have been exposed to hepatitis and HIV ...

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