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Dove Real Beauty and Shonda Rhimes Team Up for Film About How Women & Girls Represented in Media & Culture

Dove Real Beauty and Shonda Rhimes Team Up for Film About How Women & Girls Represented in Media & Culture

Jun 21
With Shonda Rhimes as its Creative Director, Dove Real Beauty Productions has released its first film titled "Meet Cathleen," a three-minute film follows Cathleen Meredith on her journey to realizing her own beauty through her love of dance.

Federal Court Dismisses Whistleblower Claims Against AHF

Federal Court Dismisses Whistleblower Claims Against AHF

Jun 21
In a resounding victory for AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), a federal court in Florida has dismissed claims in a whistleblower lawsuit brought by three former AHF employees.

Amida Care and NYC Orgs Publish 'Sexual Health + Pleasure' Magazine for Pride

Amida Care and NYC Orgs Publish 'Sexual Health + Pleasure' Magazine for Pride

Jun 20
In honor of Pride Month 2017, Amida Care has published a special community publication called "Let's Start a Conversation: Sexual Health and Pleasure."

Gay Center Honors AIDS Journalists at Memorial Event

Gay Center Honors AIDS Journalists at Memorial Event

Jun 20
A commemoration of journalists who died of AIDS, and others who covered the epidemic, highlighted by a keynote speech from a journalist from The New York Times, will take place on Friday, June 23, at the NYC LGBT Center.

Research Uncovers Life-Saving Benefits In The Battle Against Viruses

Research Uncovers Life-Saving Benefits In The Battle Against Viruses

Jun 19
At-risk patients, such as those with HIV or transplant recipients, could benefit from potentially life-saving study carried out by a University of Surrey led group of international researchers.

At amfAR Capitol Hill Conference, Government and Health Leaders Urge Continued Investments in HIV/AIDS Programs To End Epidemic

At amfAR Capitol Hill Conference, Government and Health Leaders Urge Continued Investments in HIV/AIDS Programs To End Epidemic

Jun 19
Substanical cuts in U.S. HIV/AIDS programs would seriously jeopardize the significant progress made thus far in the fight against the epidemic, said experts at the amfAR Capitol Hill conference.

UH Researchers Work to Curb Alcohol Abuse in HIV-Positive Patients

UH Researchers Work to Curb Alcohol Abuse in HIV-Positive Patients

Jun 16
A team of University of Houston researchers from the Department of Psychology has been awarded a National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant to reduce HIV transmission and progression among hazardous alcohol users.

Protect Your Feet When Playing Without Shoes 

Protect Your Feet When Playing Without Shoes 

Jun 16
Whether hitting the mat, sand or beam, take preventive measures to protect your feet against common injuries incurred while playing sports that don't require shoes, urges the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS).

Drunk Driving is Still the Biggest Killer on Our Roads

Drunk Driving is Still the Biggest Killer on Our Roads

Jun 15
In response to recent reports regarding an increase in drug impaired driving, Mothers Against Drunk Driving wants to remind the public that drunk driving is still the biggest cause of traffic deaths and injuries in the nation.

On World Blood Donor Day, GMHC and Blood Equality Fight to End Discriminatory Blood Ban

On World Blood Donor Day, GMHC and Blood Equality Fight to End Discriminatory Blood Ban

Jun 14
Today, in recognition of World Blood Donor Day, GMHC and Blood Equality announced a new social media campaign to end the discriminatory practice of banning gay and bisexual men from donating blood unless they have been celibate for one year.

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