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Non-medical HIV workers flunk test on knowledge of virus

By Freddie Allen NNPA Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON (NNPA) – Most non-medical HIV health care workers earned a “D” when surveyed on the science and treatment

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Think snoring is normal? Why sleep apnea shouldn’t be ignored

By Amanda MacMillan Contributing Writer (Special from DailyBurn) – People who snore may think that their partners or roommates are the ones most affected by

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Sleep your way to wellness
By Susan Beane, M.D. Contributing Writer (Special to the NNPA from the New York Amsterdam News) — We’re used to thinking about being healthy while we’re awake, but what happens while we’re ...
Sagging pants of today could hurry hip replacements of tomorrow
By Sandra Jordan Contributing Writer (Special to the NNPA from the St. Louis American) — Some of the same activities and behaviors that can cause disease can cause health problems in your ...
President Obama looks at a selfie with restaurant staff at Charmington’s Café in North Baltimore, Md., on Jan. 15. The president stopped at the restaurant to promote his proposal to guarantee paid sick leave for American workers.  (Pete Souza/The White House
Obama proposes plan for paid family leave
(Special to the NNPA from The Washington Informer) — President Obama has signed a directive which allows agencies to provide six weeks of advanced sick leave for federal employees ...
Is there more to see in your family tree? Find out if glaucoma runs in your family
(Special to the NNPA from The San Diego Voice & Viewpoint) — It may be easy to see that beauty is deeply rooted in your family tree. But some things ...
All-day habits for a better night’s sleep
(Special to the NNPA from the Houston Forward Times) – Think that your before-bed habits are the only thing affecting your quality of sleep? Guess again. Your habits all day ...
Walking fights obesity
For big problems, like obesity in America, solutions can come in small steps like the “walking school bus.” Walking to school has always been good exercise for kids but now it’s ...
Blacks gain most from Obamacare when Medicaid expanded
By Freddie Allen NNPA Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON (NNPA) – As families prepare to choose health insurance coverage during the open enrollment period, a recent report by the Urban Institute shows that Blacks ...
Study exposes nursing home residents’ aggression against each other
By Encarnacion Pyle Contributing Writer COLUMBUS, Ohio (Special from Columbus Dispatch/New America Media) – When people talk about abuse in nursing homes, they generally are referring to staff members victimizing the elderly.

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