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CDC Updates HIV Lab Testing
As of 2010, an estimated 1.1 million persons in the United States were living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection, of whom an estimated 181,000 were unaware of their infection. Approximately 49,000 new HIV diagnoses are reported...
- Posted July 6, 2014
Top safety tips for seafood lovers.
- Posted March 23, 2014
Buying a Home
Saving for a home of your own should be an intentional process.
- Posted September 18, 2013
New Global HIV Guidelines
New HIV treatment guidelines issued by the World Health Organization recommend offering anti-retroviral therapy earlier to help patients live longer lives. This coincides with recent evidence indicates that earlier ART will help reduce the risk of transmitting...
- Posted July 1, 2013
Prostate Cancer Still Killing Black Men
African-American men may have the highest rate of prostate cancer incidence in the world. In addition, their prostate cancer mortality rate is more than twice as high as the rate for white Americans. It is a crisis....
- Posted September 20, 2012
Moderate Exercise Good for Cancer Patients
The amount of exercise cancer patients are capable of depends on the type of cancer you have but 20-30 minutes of moderate exercise can be highly beneficial to some cancer patients. Talk with your doctor.
- Posted June 7, 2012
Recommendations for Prostate Cancer Screening
African-American men may have the highest rate of prostate cancer incidence in the world which makes it extremely concerning that a government panel would recommend against PSA testing in "healthy men."
- Posted October 8, 2011