The Next Generation
While the spread of mother-to-child HIV transmission has declined in the U.S. since 1994, Black newborn babies continue to be disproportionately infected. In 2009, Black children accounted for nearly 80 percent of new HIV infections in children.
(Photo: Foto24/Gallo Images/Getty Images)
July Is African-American Bone Marrow Awareness Month
Uncovering Mood Disorders
What You Should Know About "Bath Salts"
National HIV Testing Day: Take the Test, Take Control
Health Rewind: Is Racism Playing a Role in Ebola Panic?
Ebola: What You Need to Know
The 411 on Uterine Cancer
Health Rewind: NFL Players Say 'No More' to DV
Health Rewind: Ebola Death Toll Reaches 4,500 in West Africa
The Kids Are Not Alright: The 411 on LGBT Bullying
Health Rewind: Is Racism Behind Thomas Eric Duncan’s Death?
Understanding Aggressive Forms of Breast Cancer
The 411 on African-Americans and Breast Cancer
The 411 on Weight Loss Surgery
Health Rewind: Lifespan of Being in a Gang Is Really Short
Everything You Need to Know About Cholesterol
Health Rewind: Kerry Washington Speaks Out Against Abuse
Human Enterovirus 68: What You Need to Know
Black Women Are Most at Risk for Domestic Violence
The Whole 30 Diet: What You Need to Know
© 2014 BET Interactive, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Black Entertainment Television LLC. All rights reserved.