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In a New Rule, Trump Tries to Deliver on Health Care Promise

In a New Rule, Trump Tries to Deliver on Health Care Promise

By Ricardo Alonso-Aldivar | Jan 5
Striving to fulfill a campaign promise, the Trump administration moved Thursday to facilitate the interstate sale of health insurance policies that cost less but may not cover as much.

Brazilian Women Break Taboos to Talk About Illegal Abortions

Brazilian Women Break Taboos to Talk About Illegal Abortions

By Renata Brito, Sarah DiLorenzo | Jan 5
As in many countries, abortion is a subject of taboo in Brazil, a socially conservative nation with the world's largest Roman Catholic population as well as a growing evangelical Christian community.

Striking a Chord: Renee Fleming Undergoes Brain Scan for Research Study

Striking a Chord: Renee Fleming Undergoes Brain Scan for Research Study

By Lauran Neergaard | Jan 5
The challenge: Harnessing music to do more than comfort the sick. Now, moving beyond programs like Georgetown's, the National Institutes of Health is bringing together musicians, music therapists and neuroscientists to tap into the brain's circuitry.

In a Milestone Year, Gene Therapy Finds a Place in Medicine

In a Milestone Year, Gene Therapy Finds a Place in Medicine

By Marilyn Marchione | Jan 4
After decades of hope and high promise, this was the year scientists really showed they could doctor DNA to successfully treat diseases.

Best Scientific Breakthroughs for HIV/AIDS in 2017

Best Scientific Breakthroughs for HIV/AIDS in 2017

Dec 27
Across the globe, scientists struggled in the lab and in the field to identify advances in the treatment of HIV/AIDS. Here's the top 20 scientific breakthroughs in HIV research in 2017.

Navigating Heart Disease and Diabetes with HIV

Navigating Heart Disease and Diabetes with HIV

Dec 27
People living with HIV are more likely to have heart conditions -- yet they're less likely to be on statins that could improve clinical outcomes. Dr. Terry Ferguson explains the latest findings.

The Best HIV and LGBTQ Fundraisers of 2017

The Best HIV and LGBTQ Fundraisers of 2017

By Winnie McCroy | Dec 26
Generosity overflowed in our community as people raised money (often in the face of government cutbacks) to ensure that our programs remained funded.

Felix Gray: Why Computer Glasses Are a Must-Have for 2018

Felix Gray: Why Computer Glasses Are a Must-Have for 2018

By Matthew Wexler | Dec 23
Felix Gray co-founders offer the inside scoop on why computer glasses are the must-have accessory for 2018, both in terms of style and eye protection.

Three Ways to End Holiday Resentment 

Three Ways to End Holiday Resentment 

Dec 22
The winter holidays provide an annual context to gather with family, which can also cause feelings of resentment to surface.

Nurse Your Holiday Hangover With These 7 Tips

Nurse Your Holiday Hangover With These 7 Tips

Dec 22
In this jolly time of the year, most will be sipping on spiked eggnog, champagne, among other festive cocktails. Some will be left with the holiday hangover blues.

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