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The American Diabetes Association challenges cyclists to make a difference in diabetes research

The Southeast Florida division of the American Diabetes Association is challenging local cyclists to dig deep within themselves and un-tap the determination, strength and courage it takes to participate in the 2013 Tour de Cure®, an annual cycling event to raise money for diabetes ...

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In Treatment: Duane Cramer

Cramer says that the reality of his health challenges helped him get over the hurdle. ...

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In Treatment: Nancy Asha Molock

In Treatment: Nancy Asha Molock ...

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Magic Johnson still scoring points after HIV diagnosis

Magic Johnson still scoring points after HIV diagnosis ...

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National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Thursday, Feb. 7, will be observed as National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. And according to activists, there is plenty that African-Americans need to observe. ...

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Four fast food ingredients way worst then horse meat

In an admission that came just hours after denying the presence of horsemeat in the burgers, the secret ingredient has been broadcast on media stations worldwide as a breaking news piece. ...

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Family Planning providers key in fight against HIV

The Title X Family Planning Program, administered by the HHS Office of Population Affairs (OPA), provides funding to more than 4,000 service delivery sites across the country to support voluntary, confidential, and low-cost education, counseling, testing, and related preventive health services that allow individuals and couples to plan and space births. ...

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10 Stories to Watch in 2013 (part 2)

The second of a two-part series about the stories to keep your eyes on during 2013. ...

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True healing only begins at the root of the issue

Nutritionist, Dietitian, Counselor, Personal Trainer, Herbalist, Naturopath, etc. then the chances are you already know the importance of giving a client the correct diagnosis ...

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7 Shocking Places Flu Germs Live

By Charlotte Evans, BDO Staff Writer It may not come as a surprise that coming  into contact with cold & flu culprits are amazingly easy. Why? Because there are many common surfaces that we all touch, but that very few really stop to think about. For example, did you know that the warm, wet inside of a sponge is prime habitat for bacteria to grow? The National Sanitation Foundation at the University of ...

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