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PrEP Talk

Improving access to PrEP across the country for those out-of-reach from nearby providers will be a crucial component to end the HIV epidemic by 2030.

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Vaccine Hesitancy Is Still Trending

Vaccine advocates are drowning out vaccine denouncers. Very few are engaging others and changing opinions as tweeters exist in separate bubbles.

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Updating Your Health Status

Questions about privacy and consent arise as researchers predict diagnoses by analyzing individuals’ Facebook status updates and electronic medical records.

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Cuts and Condoms

Black men are impacted by HIV more than any other group in the US, and programs like Barbershop Talk with Brothers could reduce HIV inequities nationwide.

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Family Non-Planning

Changes to Title X could impose an impossible choice for American women: accept limited and potentially misleading care or forgo family planning altogether.

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Professional Protection

How will the Supreme Court’s decision determine health insurance coverage and employment protections for LGBTQ+ Americans?

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Hectic Vectors

The incidence of insect-borne diseases, like Eastern Equine Encephalitis, continues to rise across the US. Blame it on climate change.

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Medicaid Meals

States with medicaid expansion show a drop in food insecurity among low-income populations as compared to non-expansion states.

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Killer Cosmetics

When the US poison control center receives a new report, oftentimes the person harmed is a child under two years old, and cosmetics are to blame.

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Tweet Dreams

Our smartphones give unprecedented access to information and connect us to our friends and family, but Americans find it hard to unplug.

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