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Heroes in the struggle: Fifth anniversary

Heroes in the struggle ...

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Engaging youth voices in the HIV & AIDS response

Engaging youth voices in the HIV & AIDS response ...

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How the government infected Black families with syphilis

How the government infected Black families with syphilis ...

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More Than 7 Million Americans Sign Up For Health Care By Deadline

WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama says 7.1 million Americans enrolled for health care coverageby Monday’s midnight deadline. He’s praising the achievement of overcoming lost weeks at the start of sign-ups last fall. Obama says the law has not fixed the health care system but it has made it a lot better. He says there is no reason to go back, in an apparent reference to Republican efforts to repeal the law ...

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Likely female-to-female sexual transmission of HIV — Texas, 2012

This report describes this case of HIV infection, likely acquired by female-to-female sexual transmission during the six-month monogamous relationship of the HIV-discordant couple (one negative, one positive). ...

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Gonorrhea rates increased in the U.S. 1991-2006

Gonorrhea rates increased in the U.S. 1991-2006 ...

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The Florida Department of Health urges residents, visitors to be aware of dangerous black henna tattoos

he Florida Department of Health would like to warn residents and visitors of the potential health hazards associated with “black henna” tattoos ...

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