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


Commentary: Fighting to Be Free From HIV/AIDS
Rep. Charles Rangel urges African-Americans to get educated, tested, treated and involved in the ba...


Feb. 7 Is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
Get educated, tested, involved and treated for HIV/AIDS....


Study: Black HIV-Positive Youth Less Likely to Be Linked to Care
More HIV-positive youth should be prescribed meds and stay on a treatment regimen....


February 7 Is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
Tuesday, February 7, marks National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, dedicated to raising awareness ab...


April Is National STD Awareness Month
Each year, 19 million people are diagnosed with some type of STD, and young people are disproportio...


New List Celebrates 'Sexy' Black Female Scientists
Dr. Kyla McMullen, Ph. D created "Sexy Black Female Scientists" to give the field a diverse makeove...


NAACP Develops HIV Manual for Black Churches
The NAACP created an HIV manual for black churches to use in their fight to reduce the alarming imp...


Blacks Still Struggle on National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
If you actually consider it, Black History Month is both a blessing and a curse. It’s a blessing in...


Get Screened for National HIV Testing Day
It's especially important for African-Americans to get tested....


Ethiopia Tests Thousands for HIV in Record Attempt
The Nov. 30 turnout of 3,383 people exceeded expectations....


HIV In Black Women | World AIDS Day | Body and Soul
(www.BlackDoctor.org) -- In the late 1990s and early 2000s, media hype about men on the so-called d...


National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: A Time For Reflection
Yesterday (February 7) was National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, a day dedicated to continuin...


HIV in Black Women: It's Not About Men on the Down Low
Medical experts and community leaders shed light on the misconception that bisexual Black men are t...


In Massachusetts, HIV/AIDS Kills Black Women the Most
The state’s department of health announced HIV/AIDS as the leading cause of death amongst African-A...


National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day '08
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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...


New Crowdfunding Site Supports Black Entrepreneurs
Blackcrowdfunding.net aims to support African-American entrepreneurs in raising money for business ...


Commentary: The Evolution of Black America on Gay Marriage
Keith Boykin describes the evolution of Black America on the topic of gay marriage....


HIV Testing Tour Heading to Five Georgia HBCUs
The five-day tour hopes to raise awareness and help end the spread of the disease....

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