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Part two of two. For part one on advances in treatment and the changing face of people with HIV and AIDS, go here.
Continued from page 1
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By almost any measure, people of color suffer worse health outcomes than their white counterparts. The contributing factors vary, ranging from lack of access to healthy food
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At age 17, Selena Coppa enlisted in the military through the Delayed Entry Program, a program that allows people too young to enlist to promise to
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New York City will once again mandate sex education in public schools starting in the spring semester. It is not a moment too soon.
One of every four
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Bobby Tolbert is a slender, soft-spoken man with a wide smile and an understated elegance. He remembers when he began shooting heroin as a teenager in the
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The New York City Council yesterday passed a bill that would extend hours at animal rescue centers, seek to reduce the number of feral cats prowling city
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With the budget passed and the summer over, the City Council yesterday got returned to its regular schedule. But while the fall usually brings a spate of legislation
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Responders worked to collect remains and clear debris for months after the trade center fell.
"The Tea Party hasn't dealt with John Feal yet," said John Feal, the
President Barack Obama
As the legislative session came to its end in June -- the Capitol shaking with the chanting of protestors for and against same-sex marriage -- numerous pieces of
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The current plan for St. Vincent's hospital calls for putting a freestanding emergency treatment center in the landmark O'Toole building on Seventh Avenue. Some in the community would