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The Politics of HIV Self-Management

The real consequences of politics: people living with HIV are uneasy about what their daily life might look like in the politics and policies of the future.

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Tanning Beds, Sun Exposure and Cancer

Despite the risks of UV exposure, research shows that fewer people are wearing sunscreen and the use of tanning beds has not declined.

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HIV in the US Deep South

Susan Reif and colleagues on the need to address the structural, financial, and cultural factors that contribute to the disproportionate Southern HIV epidemic.

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New Efforts to Address Housing Insecurity

The pilot Accountable Health Communities program must work within existing barriers and constraints that cause the current housing system to fall short in addressing housing insecurity.

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The Test Case That Never Was

Advocates of block grants invariably cite Rhode Island as the poster child for block-granting Medicaid, but the reality is quite different.

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When Seeking Health Care Becomes Unhealthy

Health systems in both developed and developing countries should consider TB as a nosocomial infection and implement policies to reduce the risk of hospital-acquired TB.

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A New Approach to Addiction

Facing a dramatic upswing in overdoses and deaths related to heroin and prescription opioid painkillers, the Arlington Police Department hired a public health clinician to help create treatment and care plans for at-risk individuals.

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