Health Rewind: Poverty Is a Serious Risk Factor for HIV

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Chicago Nurses vs. Gun Violence recently reported the difficulties that Chicago-based home care nurses have maintaining their safety amidst high gun violence. The interesting piece follows two dedicated nurses who discuss the danger of their jobs, the violence they have witnessed, the precautions they take and the importance of caring for the sick.


(Photo: Advocate Health Care via CNN)

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