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Nurses more likely to conduct HIV screenings when practice setting supports routine testing

Nurses more likely to conduct HIV screenings when practice setting supports routine testing

Researchers conclude that EnChroma's glasses do not improve results of color-blind participants

Researchers conclude that EnChroma's glasses do not improve results of color-blind participants

Stonewall riots has brought attention to health care needs of LGBTQ people

Stonewall riots has brought attention to health care needs of LGBTQ people

Long-acting contraceptives do not increase risk of HIV, concludes new study

Long-acting contraceptives do not increase risk of HIV, concludes new study

AMA adopts new policies aimed at improving health of the nation

AMA adopts new policies aimed at improving health of the nation

Human liver cell protein aids development of malaria parasite, study finds

Human liver cell protein aids development of malaria parasite, study finds

Electronic consultations in allergy and immunology may reduce need for specialist visits

Electronic consultations in allergy and immunology may reduce need for specialist visits

Disparities in race, ethnicity, and status affect progress in cancer survival rates in youth

Disparities in race, ethnicity, and status affect progress in cancer survival rates in youth

Study finds significant increases in rapid ART initiation after adoption of WHO’s ‘Treat All’ policy

Study finds significant increases in rapid ART initiation after adoption of WHO’s ‘Treat All’ policy

Health care professionals are unclear about cervical screening and HPV, study finds

Health care professionals are unclear about cervical screening and HPV, study finds

New case study about cannabis hyperemesis syndrome in palliative care

New case study about cannabis hyperemesis syndrome in palliative care

Study assesses potential negative effect of Ochratoxin A on embryonic development

Study assesses potential negative effect of Ochratoxin A on embryonic development

NIH awards $23 million grant to study the diseases affecting people with HIV

NIH awards $23 million grant to study the diseases affecting people with HIV

Robotic surgery for oropharyngeal cancer not better than radiation therapy, study finds

Robotic surgery for oropharyngeal cancer not better than radiation therapy, study finds

Simple speech-to-touch sensory substitution device can improve hearing

Simple speech-to-touch sensory substitution device can improve hearing

People living with HIV have increased risk for heart diseases and face health challenges

People living with HIV have increased risk for heart diseases and face health challenges

Bedfont named as Technology category finalist for 2019 National Family Business Awards

Bedfont named as Technology category finalist for 2019 National Family Business Awards

A wake-up call on data-collecting smart beds and sleep apps

A wake-up call on data-collecting smart beds and sleep apps

Sociodemographic factors, polysubstance use linked with opioid-related overdose deaths

Sociodemographic factors, polysubstance use linked with opioid-related overdose deaths