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NIH-funded observational study shows cardiovascular risk grows sharply with more frequent use.
Another dose of the latest COVID-19 vaccine may provide increased protection for adults ages 65 and older.
American Cancer Society researchers stress the need to increase access to important health care for people with an incarceration history.
A recent study of people with HIV showed that a daily statin lowers the risk for heart attacks and other cardiovascular events.
Viral fragments left behind after the immune system fights off infection may help explain some unusual aspects of COVID-19.
Study finds that even when women and men get the same amount of physical activity, the risk of premature death is lower for women.
Observed Wednesday, February 28, #HINACDay is now a global awareness day. Check out these events to fight HIV criminalization. [VIDEO]
Antiviral treatment for HBV lowers the risk for liver cancer and other complications and can prevent transmission.
Study findings suggest that African-American men may need earlier and more frequent prostate cancer screening.
The likelihood of breast cancer was especially elevated during the first four years following a false-positive mammogram.
Establishing a comprehensive survivorship program and discussing genetic testing with clients will address disparities in cancer care.
Saturday, February 24, Wright State University is offering a free bilingual health clinic for anyone living near Dayton, Ohio.
Many chefs deep fry them, but we decided to bake them for a more nutrient-dense version.
At least 19 states are directing money from Medicaid into housing aid and addressing the nation’s growing homelessness epidemic.
Some new projects will study viral persistence, including one that will test the HIV meds Truvada and maraviroc.
Scientists identified a protein that triggers changes in mitochondria that promote weight gain in mice fed a high-fat diet.
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