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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.

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.

Flu Season Overwhelming Hospitals

Flu Season Overwhelming Hospitals

Jan 17
While this year's flu season may not turn out to be as bad as previous nasty ones, it's still overwhelming hospitals and doctor's offices.

'Fatberg' Appears in Central London to Promote Health Awareness

'Fatberg' Appears in Central London to Promote Health Awareness

Jan 16
A gigantic 'fatberg' made of real lard appeared in central London today. It's hoped the massive mound of disgusting fat will encourage Brits to seriously think about the health impacts of overindulging during the holidays.

AIDS United Offers Grant Support Up to $30,000

AIDS United Offers Grant Support Up to $30,000

Jan 16
AIDS United, with support from Johnson & Johnson, has announced a funding opportunity supporting organizations undergoing strategic restructuring to remain vibrant and sustainable.

Usage Remains Low for Pill that can Prevent HIV Infection

Usage Remains Low for Pill that can Prevent HIV Infection

By David Crary | Jan 15
From gritty neighborhoods in New York and Los Angeles to clinics in Kenya and Brazil, health workers are trying to popularize a pill that has proven highly effective in preventing HIV but which - in their view - remains woefully underused.

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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.