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There has been an uptick of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis for the first time since 2006.
Marquis Ellison shines a positive light on Crohn’s disease.
BET goes pink for 31 days.
BRCA1 or BRCA2 make up a large portion of African-American breast cancer cases.
Did your town or city make the list of the best and worst places to live with asthma?
Kenya held its first presidential debate Monday, giving voters an opportunity to hear from all eight candidates, and kicking off what many hope will be a new kind of election season in the country where violence marred the last vote in 2007.
The Lupus Foundation of America estimates there are 1.5 million women in the U.S living with the chronic inflammatory disease. It is unknown what causes lupus, which has attacked several celebrities such as Nick Cannon, Toni Braxton, Seal and Trick Daddy.
Each year, 19 million people are diagnosed with some type of STD, and young people are disproportionately affected. Chlamydia and gonorrhea are preventable and treatable STDs, but young people need to be educated about these diseases.
Far from being an agent of "genocide," as Herman Cain outrageously charges, Planed Parenthood helps millions of medically under-served women each year.
Comedian and actress Wanda Sykes's breast public disclosure about her own experience with breast cancer shines light on the disease.