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Poll: Public Unaware Obama's Health Law Is Again in Jeopardy
The court could invalidate subsidies in some states....


Commentary: Ben Carson Should Stick to Brain Surgery
The 2016 presidential candidate is a successful doctor but should leave politics alone....


Understanding the Female Face of the HIV Epidemic
New amFAR brief addresses how women are impacted by the virus....


Obama Says Climate Change Is Harming Americans’ Health
Rising allergy rates and insect borne illnesses are a result....


Obama Says US Can't Shy Away From Ebola Battle
President Obama believes Ebola can be contained and defeated....


In Ohio, a GOP Newcomer Battles a Family's Political Legacy
Cynthia Blake hopes to end the Sykes family's representation in Ohio's 34th district....


Live Near a Highway, Raise Your Blood Pressure
Traffic, pollution, noise linked to hypertension....


National Drop in Obese Toddlers, Study Suggests
While toddler obesity is down, childhood obesity isn't....


Indiana Declares State of Emergency Over HIV Cases
Outbreak has infected at least 79 people....


Public Safety Director Chosen Amid Ferguson Unrest Resigns
Dan Isom II will return to the University of Missouri-St. Louis, where he previously taught in the ...


How The Wire Can Improve Black Health
Public health officials are using the iconic television show to lessen racial health disparities....


The Uninsured Files: People With Mental Health Problems Less Likely to Have Access to Care
The cost of care remains a significant obstacle for those with mental health issues....


Obama Health Care Woes Become Credibility Fight
The Affordable Care Act rollout is having a damaging effect on President Obama....


Philadelphia Public Schools Slash Obesity Rates by 5 Percent
Within four years, Philadelphia public schools slashed its obesity rates by 5 percent, according to...


Sugary Drinks and Sodas Linked to Heart Disease in Men
A study from the Harvard School of Public Health indicates how drinks high in sugar can lead to hea...


To Boost Health Care in Africa, Increase Public-Private Cooperation
A new report by the IFC and World Bank suggests that the answer may be found when governments lever...


Houston’s First Black Health Executive Dies
Dr. James Watson passed away at the age of 75....


AP-GfK Poll: Public Backs GOP on Taxes, Not Health
WASHINGTON – People back Republican tax cut plans but not the GOP campaign to repeal Presiden...


ONE Condoms Teams Up With Graffiti Artists for HIV/AIDS Awareness
#LustForLife exhibit kicks off in NYC on Friday....


New York City Mandates Sex Education for Public School Students
There will be a special focus on educating African-American and Latino boys to address the rising H...

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