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New HIV Infections in Gay Black Men May Be Leveling Off
New HIV infections in gay black men may finally be leveling off, health officials reported Sunday....


Wrap It Up: These STDs Are on the Rise Again
There has been an uptick of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis for the first time since 2006....


Commentary: Why HIV Testing Matters to You
Do you know your status?...


Iyanla Vanzant Reveals Why She Once Attempted to Commit Suicide
The life coach reveals she struggled with depression after the birth of her third child....


Cedric the Entertainer Talks Diabetes
Comedian reveals how his parents have him focused on health....


February 7 Is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
African-Americans account for more than half of new diagnoses each year....


Bow Tie Designer Supplies Fashion With a Higher Purpose
Marquis Ellison shines a positive light on Crohn’s disease....


CDC Launches New HIV Treatment Campaign
The initiative focuses on the importance of taking AIDS medications....


Can a New "Tampon" Protect Black Women From HIV?
A new prevention tool could be right around the corner....


Angelique Kidjo: We are 'This Close' to a Polio-Free World
Singer celebrates one year of no cases reported in Nigeria....


Obama Names Ebola 'Czar' as Precautions Expand
Former White House staffer Ron Klain will report to national security adviser Susan Rice....


Obama Will Send 3,000 Troops to Help With Ebola
President Obama outlined a series of new steps by the U.S. to help contain the outbreak, which he s...


Feb. 7 Is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
African-Americans are the racial population most impacted by HIV/AIDS....


Study: Black Teenage Pregnancy Rates Drop Dramatically
Unwanted pregnancies among African-American youth are down by 51 percent....


Ugandan Children Suffer Mysterious Nodding Syndrome
A strange illness also known as nodding syndrome has affected thousands of Ugandan children and has...


Painful and Rapid Spread of New Virus in Caribbean
Chikungunya, a painful and rapidly spreading virus first identified in Africa in 1953, has reached ...


1,000 Black Bikers Will Rally to End Gun Violence in New Jersey
1000 Black motorcycle riders will rally to end gun violence with the First Baptist Church of Lincol...


Survey Reveals Racial Differences in Gun Violence
An analysis by the Washington Post indicates that Black people are more likely to be killed by anot...


Increased Abuse Raises Risk of Suicidal Thoughts in Teens
In a study by the National Survey of Children's Exposure to Violence, researchers found that multip...


Commentary: Does the Birth Control Debate Ignore STDs and HIV/AIDS?
A recent study shows that the effect of free contraception had remarkable results on teen birth rat...

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