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New HIV Infections Drop 18 Percent In Six Years

New HIV Infections Drop 18 Percent In Six Years

Feb 17
A decline in annual HIV infections signals prevention and treatment efforts in the U.S. are paying off, but not all communities are seeing the same progress.

Yoga May Have Health Benefits For Chronic Non-Specific Lower Back Pain

Yoga May Have Health Benefits For Chronic Non-Specific Lower Back Pain

By EDGE | Feb 16
A new systematic review, published in the Cochrane Library, suggests that yoga may lead to a reduction in pain and functional ability in people with chronic non-specific lower back pain over the short term, compared with no exercise.

200 Patient Groups Urge Secretary Price to Safeguard Patient Protections in Reviewing Healthcare Reform

200 Patient Groups Urge Secretary Price to Safeguard Patient Protections in Reviewing Healthcare Reform

Feb 15
The I Am Essential coalition has sent a letter signed by 200 patient groups urging HHS Tom Price to maintain patient protections and prescription drug access when changing ACA.

HIV Infections Fell 18 Percent in 6 Years

HIV Infections Fell 18 Percent in 6 Years

By Mike Stobbe | Feb 15
New calculations to better track HIV infections confirm that the U.S. is seeing a strong and steady decline.

University of Miami Opens LGBTQ Center for Wellness, Gender and Sexual Health

University of Miami Opens LGBTQ Center for Wellness, Gender and Sexual Health

Feb 15
The University of Miami Health System has opened a new and innovative clinic to meet the comprehensive health and surgical needs of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning community.

Lancet Paper Examines What Trump Presidency May Mean for Global Health

Lancet Paper Examines What Trump Presidency May Mean for Global Health

By Eric Brus | Feb 14
In a recent paper published online in The Lancet, three British and U.S. health policy analysts provide a scorecard for evaluating the potential impact of a Trump presidency and its expected policies on global health.

CDC Reports 14,000 New Cases of Flu Per Week

CDC Reports 14,000 New Cases of Flu Per Week

Feb 14
The number of flu cases is surging across the country. The latest figures from the CDC show the virus is "widespread" in 43 states.

On Valentine's Day, Excess Sugar Could Cause Health Problems

On Valentine's Day, Excess Sugar Could Cause Health Problems

Feb 13
Valentine's Day is all about showering your loved ones with sweets and sweet nothings! Decadent treats makes us giddy and euphoric inside, but we need to ensure that our "love" for sugary things doesn't take a toll on our overall health and wellness.

Top Ways to Woo Your Valentine Without Leaving Home

Top Ways to Woo Your Valentine Without Leaving Home

Feb 13
Celebrating Valentine's Day with a special someone doesn't have to be all about overpriced restaurants or over-themed outings. Instead, a beautifully orchestrated dinner at home can be just the thing to set the mood for the evening.

What's Behind Americans' Hearing Loss?

What's Behind Americans' Hearing Loss?

Feb 12
A new CDC report reveals a surprising number of Americans struggle with hearing loss, and many don't know it.

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