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Best Scientific Breakthroughs for HIV/AIDS in 2017
Eurovision Winner Sobral has Successful Heart Transplant
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Eurovision Winner Sobral has Successful Heart Transplant

Best Scientific Breakthroughs for HIV/AIDS in 2017

Eurovision Song Contest winner Salvador Sobral has left a Portuguese hospital after a successful heart transplant.

2nd Case of Measles Confirmed at O'Hare

2nd Case of Measles Confirmed at O'Hare

Jan 18
Public health officials are reporting a second case of measles in a person who was at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport, the nation's third-largest airport by passenger volume.

Trump Tries to Protect Medical Providers Who Oppose Abortion

Trump Tries to Protect Medical Providers Who Oppose Abortion

By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar | Jan 18
The Trump administration is creating an office aimed at protecting the religious rights of medical providers, including those who oppose abortion.

Scientists Closing in on Universal Flu Vaccine

Scientists Closing in on Universal Flu Vaccine

Jan 18
Scientists hope they're finally closing in on stronger flu shots to boost much-needed protection against ordinary winter influenza and guard against future pandemics at the same time.

Ask the Doc :: Porn-Induced ED

Ask the Doc :: Porn-Induced ED

By Dr. Michael Reitano | Jan 18
Masturbation and porn are once again a divisive topic of debate within the sexual health community, and even experts disagree on the potential health impacts of pornography.

Fighting Stigma: A Look at Immigration and HIV/AIDS

Fighting Stigma: A Look at Immigration and HIV/AIDS

By EDGE | Jan 18
Marie-Fatima Hyacinthe from The Black AIDS Institute's candid op-ed about the Trump-era and historical discriminations facing Haitian immigrants and those living with HIV/AIDS.

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DNC Responds to Potential Discriminatory Health Worker Ruling

DNC Responds to Potential Discriminatory Health Worker Ruling

By EDGE | Jan 17
A new rule from the Trump-Pence administration could allow health workers to discriminate against patients by refusing to provide reproductive care to women, denying care to transgender individuals, or refusing to prescribe HIV meds or birth control.


Health

Trump Nominee for U.S. Environment Czar Faked Data to Hide Cancer Risk in Tap Water

Trump Nominee for U.S. Environment Czar Faked Data to Hide Cancer Risk in Tap Water

Drinking water for more than 170 million Americans in all 50 states contains radioactive elements that may increase the risk of cancer, according to an EWG investigation released today.

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5 States to Experience 'Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month'

5 States to Experience 'Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month'

Nearly 70 ski areas in the U.S. have already signed up to offer special Learn to Ski and Snowboard beginner programs during January, which is Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month.