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All posts tagged "national institutes of health"
In 2012, more than 2 million new HIV infections and 1.6 million AIDS-related deaths occurred globally.
- Posted November 30, 2013
Flaxseed may also help lower total blood cholesterol and that's a good thing for black males.
- Posted November 4, 2013
Who You Callin’ Fat?!
Fat men can cut their risk for diabetes, heart and kidney disease and some cancers by exercising more and eating healthier according to officials at the National Institutes of Health.
- Posted July 31, 2012
Young Men with HIV Risk Brittle Bones
The National Institutes of Health releases new study finding HIV-positive young men, mostly African American and Hispanic at risk of low bone mass. Researchers recommend monitoring, exercise, vitamin D to prevent future fracture risk. ...
- Posted June 21, 2012
Free Family Health History Tool Available
Talking with your health care worker about your family health history can help you stay healthy! Go online and access this free family health tool to complete and download today.
- Posted October 10, 2011
Prayer, Faith, and Health
A much larger study conducted by the National Institutes of Health in 2002 found 43 percent of people in the United States pray for their own health, and 24 percent seek the prayers of others.
- Posted April 10, 2011