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Q: My request for asylum was not granted by the asylum officer and I received a letter which says that my case has

Sugar Land’s 12th grader receives President’s Volunteer Service Award

For her work on Homeless Period Project – Houston Chapter

Danielle Turk, 12th grade student who attends Sugar Land Prep, has

Men at higher risk of dying of AIDS than women: UNAIDS

OTTAWA, Canada | AFP | Friday 12/1/2017 – Men are less likely to test for HIV or access antiretroviral therapy and,

Death rates soar among people hospitalized for opioids

MIAMI | AFP | Monday 12/4/2017 – People who are hospitalized for opioids — including prescription painkillers and heroin — are four times

Tax bill impacts on Health coverage and Medicare

The tax overhaul Republicans are pushing toward final votes in Congress could undermine the Affordable Care Act’s health insurance markets and add to

What we’ve learned treating people with HIV can make care better for us all

by John Henning Schumann It’s been two decades since we established effective treatment against HIV, rendering what was nearly always a

What to do when a patient has a ‘Do Not Resuscitate’ tattoo?

by Ed Yong MIAMI, Florida – Earlier this May, Gregory Holt had just finished doing the morning rounds at Miami’s Jackson Memorial Hospital,

Mayor’s Holiday Celebration and Tree Lighting will take place this evening at Hermann Square

WHAT: Mayor Sylvester Turner will kick off the holiday season at the 98th Annual Mayor’s Holiday Celebration and Tree Lighting Presented by Reliant,