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Religious groups play positive and critical roles in fighting AIDS epidemic

Religious groups play positive and critical roles in fighting AIDS epidemic

Roundup: Investors not shaken by accretive decision in Minn.; Conn. state abortion coverage conflicts with federal regs

Roundup: Investors not shaken by accretive decision in Minn.; Conn. state abortion coverage conflicts with federal regs

Does alcohol kill brain cells?

Does alcohol kill brain cells?

Efforts to fight illegal drugs contributing to spread of HIV, report says

Efforts to fight illegal drugs contributing to spread of HIV, report says

House GOP spending plan sets sights on reduced funding for health overhaul, other Obama initiatives

House GOP spending plan sets sights on reduced funding for health overhaul, other Obama initiatives

MARIJUANA announces corporate name change to Hemp

MARIJUANA announces corporate name change to Hemp

State roundup: Minn. defends Medicaid billing; Cigna, N.H. Group form joint venture; Health coupons in Mass.

State roundup: Minn. defends Medicaid billing; Cigna, N.H. Group form joint venture; Health coupons in Mass.

Ariz. governor signs bill banning public funding of Planned Parenthood; Appeals court bar Texas from cutting the group from the Women's Health Program

Ariz. governor signs bill banning public funding of Planned Parenthood; Appeals court bar Texas from cutting the group from the Women's Health Program

Researchers develop new kind of hip implant

Researchers develop new kind of hip implant

States roundup: Calif. mental health system grapples with controversy, shortage; Texas issues new stem cell rules

States roundup: Calif. mental health system grapples with controversy, shortage; Texas issues new stem cell rules

Feds begin funding cuts to Texas Women's Health Program

Feds begin funding cuts to Texas Women's Health Program

ACEP urges public to learn how to prevent poison during 50th anniversary of NPPW

ACEP urges public to learn how to prevent poison during 50th anniversary of NPPW

National Poison Prevention Week 2012: March 18-24

National Poison Prevention Week 2012: March 18-24

Sugar should be controlled to protect public health: UCSF

Sugar should be controlled to protect public health: UCSF

Alcohol-dependent Americans more likely to seek treatment than South Koreans

Alcohol-dependent Americans more likely to seek treatment than South Koreans

AVMA warns against further restrictions on cephalosporin usage in food animals that are not backed by science

AVMA warns against further restrictions on cephalosporin usage in food animals that are not backed by science

Opinion pieces address federal funding ban on domestic, global health spending for needle-exchange programs

Opinion pieces address federal funding ban on domestic, global health spending for needle-exchange programs

Viewpoints: Obama's lessons from LBJ; Plan B positions; Choosing Gingrich

Viewpoints: Obama's lessons from LBJ; Plan B positions; Choosing Gingrich

Donated permanent pacemakers safe and effective for Indian heart patients

Donated permanent pacemakers safe and effective for Indian heart patients

Court OKs payment for bone marrow donation

Court OKs payment for bone marrow donation