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The dos and don’ts of discussing HIV

The dos and don’ts of discussing HIV ...

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Should we criminalize HIV?

Should we criminalize HIV? ...

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Morgan State University hosts Health and Hip Hop Conference

Students from Maryland’s four historically Black colleges and universities—the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Bowie State University, Coppin State University and Morgan State University—participated in the event, which included a spoken-word competition; breakout sessions on hip-hop, sexual health and HIV/AIDS prevention; and performances by local hip-hop artists ...

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Price hike of HIV/AIDS Drug highlights new role for activism

There’s no denying that many strides have been made in the treatment of HIV/AIDS. But a pharmaceutical company’s recent decision to hike the price of a drug used by PLWHA from $13.50 per tablet to $750 overnight has some wondering if such progress could be wiped out at the whim of big business. ...

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Kids at convenience stores

Kids at convenience stores ...

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National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day plans HBCU initiative to engage students in awareness efforts

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day plans HBCU initiative to engage students in awareness efforts ...

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Calling all Florida chefs to participate in a healthy cooking competition

The competition is open to Florida residents. Three finalists will be invited to cook their healthy recipes live at the World Food Championship ...

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Identifying strategies to eliminate perinatal Hepatitis B transmission

The elimination of perinatal hepatitis B transmission—transmission of the virus from mother to child during pregnancy or childbirth—is one of the four overarching goals of the national Viral Hepatitis Action Plan ...

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