What the Updated National HIV/AIDS Strategy Means for Black America
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What the Updated National HIV/AIDS Strategy Means for Black America

The Obama Administration Updates its Vision By Carma Henry Special to the NNPA from The…

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Black Men are Twice as Likely to Die of Prostate Cancer as White Men
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Black Men are Twice as Likely to Die of Prostate Cancer as White Men

(Time) – White man’s risk of getting prostate cancer is approximately 1 in 8, whereas…

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Montgomery, AL: Most Sexually Diseased City in U.S.
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Montgomery, AL: Most Sexually Diseased City in U.S.

ATLANTA (UPI) — Montgomery, Ala., beat out Philadelphia, Baltimore, St. Louis and New Orleans as…

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One-Third of World’s People Still Have No Proper Toilets
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One-Third of World’s People Still Have No Proper Toilets

KATY DAIGLE, Associated Press NEW DELHI (AP) — Toilets are taken for granted in the…

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Don’t Take a Seat: Panel Says You Should Stand for 2 Hours
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Don’t Take a Seat: Panel Says You Should Stand for 2 Hours

MARIA CHENG, AP Medical Writer LONDON (AP) — Are you sitting down? In that case,…

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Plunge in Kindergartners’ Vaccination Rate Worries Health Officials
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Plunge in Kindergartners’ Vaccination Rate Worries Health Officials

(Los Angeles Times) – California parents are deciding against vaccinating their kindergarten-age children at twice…

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Subtle Racism Damages Health
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Subtle Racism Damages Health

By Jazelle Hunt NNPA Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON (NNPA) – “My office says my name, Rachel,…

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