Health Rewind: What’s Fueling HIV Among Young Gay Black Men?

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Teen Smoking and Osteoporosis Linked

Both Black and white girls who smoke may be increasing their chance of weakening their bones when they get older. A recent report surveyed young girls ages 13-19 and found that those who abused nicotine were more likely to have lower bone density by the time they were 19, reported HealthDay News.

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