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Study aims to characterize relationships of incarcerated African-Americans and STI/HIV risk

Study aims to characterize relationships of incarcerated African-Americans and STI/HIV risk

New research initiative aims at reducing HIV infection and transmission among vulnerable youth

New research initiative aims at reducing HIV infection and transmission among vulnerable youth

Health officials increase prevention efforts to address serious threats of Zika virus

Health officials increase prevention efforts to address serious threats of Zika virus

New paper-based device shows great potential for whooping cough diagnosis in low-resource settings

New paper-based device shows great potential for whooping cough diagnosis in low-resource settings

New partnership to address nutritional needs of young disaster victims

New partnership to address nutritional needs of young disaster victims

WHO launches new ethics guidance to protect rights of TB patients

WHO launches new ethics guidance to protect rights of TB patients

Study finds food scarcity, poor oral health to be major risk factors for malnutrition among older adults

Study finds food scarcity, poor oral health to be major risk factors for malnutrition among older adults

Pre-pregnancy BMI and ethnicity may signal likelihood for obesity later in life, research shows

Pre-pregnancy BMI and ethnicity may signal likelihood for obesity later in life, research shows

New article outlines ways to help rural children with mental, behavioral and developmental disorders

New article outlines ways to help rural children with mental, behavioral and developmental disorders

Young researchers explore impact of prolonged Zika viremia in pregnant women, fetuses and infants

Young researchers explore impact of prolonged Zika viremia in pregnant women, fetuses and infants

Urban living can worsen asthma in poor kids, study shows

Urban living can worsen asthma in poor kids, study shows

People who often cook at home more likely to eat healthier diet at no increase in costs

People who often cook at home more likely to eat healthier diet at no increase in costs

Improving women's health can lead to sharp reduction in domestic violence, study shows

Improving women's health can lead to sharp reduction in domestic violence, study shows

CPRIT awards $1.5 million grant to reduce burden of cervical cancer in West Texas

CPRIT awards $1.5 million grant to reduce burden of cervical cancer in West Texas

Study shows that peripartum cardiomyopathy is not disease of the poor and occurs globally

Study shows that peripartum cardiomyopathy is not disease of the poor and occurs globally

Study links unemployment among young women to transactional sex and high HIV rates

Study links unemployment among young women to transactional sex and high HIV rates

CYSTINET-Africa project aims to find new strategies against pork tapeworm infection

CYSTINET-Africa project aims to find new strategies against pork tapeworm infection

Medicaid expansion improves health, financial benefits for many low-income Ohioans

Medicaid expansion improves health, financial benefits for many low-income Ohioans

Study reveals significant inequalities in child welfare across the UK

Study reveals significant inequalities in child welfare across the UK

New study aims to better understand major factors affecting African American cancer survivors

New study aims to better understand major factors affecting African American cancer survivors