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42 Percent of African-Americans Know a Victim of Gun Violence
Forty-two percent of African-Americans knew someone who had been shot — that’s more than double the...


Congressional Black Caucus Launches an Obamacare Tour
The Congressional Black Caucus “Making Good Health My Reality” tour will focus on access to health ...


Study Shows Black Women Value Religion, Careers and Wealth
A study conducted by the the Washington Post and the Kaiser Family Foundation finds that Black wome...


Poll: Black Women Most Religious Group in America
Black women are among the most religious demographic group in the country, according to a survey....


Half of New HIV Diagnoses Are in the South
AIDS affects many people living in the South. Roughly half of all new HIV diagnoses in the U.S. are...


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...


Today's Black Community and HIV/AIDS
Get the facts about HIV/AIDS and how it is affecting African-Americans....


How to Talk to Grandma and Grandpa About HIV
With HIV transmission rates soaring among African-American seniors, it's time for the young folks t...


Medicaid Enrollment Spikes to 48M in Weak Economy
Medicaid Enrollment Spikes to 48M in Weak Economy...


AP sources: Obama to announce new health benefits
AP sources: Obama to announce new health benefits...


Survey Paints Image of Black Women in America
Survey paints image of Black women in America. The nationwide poll asks African-American women abou...


HIV/AIDS Is D.C.'s Biggest Health Problem
Days after the city released an eye-opening report about its HIV and STI rates, a new survey finds ...


Five HIV Facts You Need to Tell Your Parents and Other Elders
Adults of the Baby Boomer generation are contracting HIV at increasingly rising rates, spurring con...


Alicia Keys Launches HIV Awareness Campaign
Alicia Keys launches HIV awareness campaign. "Empowered" will support community-based programs that...


Poll: Washington, D.C.’s Real Divide Is Class, Not Race
Wealthier Blacks see much about the city the same way that well-to-do whites do....


What’s the Fun of Labor Day Without a Job?
Assistant Secretary of Labor Dr. Bill Spriggs tells BET.com that more attention needs to be paid to...


GOP 2012 Budget Could Hurt African-Americans
House Budget Committee chairman Paul Ryan (R-Wisconsin) unveiled his 2012 budget proposal on Tuesda...


Only Half of Americans Know Health Care Reform Is Still Law
Nearly half the country either believes that the healthcare reform law has been repealed and is no ...


Fastfood Ads Target Blacks
Posted Sept. 10, 2008 – The African American obesity problem is not just the result of too many peo...


10 Ways To Fight HIV/AIDS
Posted Feb. 6, 2008 – Want to know what you can do to get involved in the HIV/AIDS fight? Here 10 w...

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