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Maryland will get $12.5 million from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to fund HIV prevention activities in the counties this year, down about $604,000 from last year, according to state health officials. The money comes from a $339...
African-American women in Baltimore and five other U.S. cities are becoming infected with HIV at a rate five times the national average for black women, and closer to the rates of some African countries, according to a new study. Researchers at the Johns...
The U.S. New & World Report graduate school rankings are out and Johns Hopkins University has moved up from 3rd to a tie for 2nd with the University of Pennsylvania. They were behind top-ranked Harvard University. But they beat out Stanford University...
It's not news when people and businesses are welcoming and giving at Christmas. Mike Barone and the staff at Fortunato Brothers, at 1301 Churchville Road in Bel Air, however, have been making it Christmas all year long for a group of Harford County...
1. Steve Jobs On Oct. 5, the 56-year-old Apple co-founder and CEO died of a rare form of cancer on his pancreas. Following his passing, President Obama said "There may be no greater tribute to Steve's success than the fact that much of the world...
Remember that awkward silence that fell across the nation back in '94 when Bill Clinton's surgeon general used the M-word? Jocelyn Elders, speaking at an AIDS conference at the U.N. about reducing the risk of sexually transmitted disease, said that...
In response to the Reuters report that appeared in your newspaper about the global fight against HIV/AIDS, I'm writing to raise awareness of the usefulness of medical marijuana in AIDS treatment ("Obama raises U.S. goal on fighting AIDS," Dec. 1). While...
A little over two years ago, I had the pleasure of visiting Cedar Rapids, where I took part in the wedding of two old and dear friends. The happy pair had been a warm, stable and loving couple for as long as I'd known them (about 25 years), so you might...
Mac Miller isn't the only person in hip-hop making money on his own. Here are five other acts that created their buzz without a major label's help. 1The Weeknd Abel Tresfaye, aka the Weeknd, is Toronto's enigmatic R&B crooner-on-a-bender whose two...
Tags: G-Side (music group), Music, Kanye West
When federal funds to help care for those with HIV/AIDS were delayed by a month or so by the budget fight in Congress this spring, the effects in Baltimore were severe. A Movable Feast cut food aid in half for most of the AIDS patients it served, and...
Tags: Finance, Maryland, HIV, Diseases and Illnesses, Republican Party
When Malcolm Coley was diagnosed with HIV, he began preparing to die. The Baltimore man, a former heroin user who suspects he contracted the virus by sharing needles, packed his bags and moved to Washington to live his last days closer to family. "I...
In the 1980s, when researchers first identified the virus that causes AIDS, a positive HIV test was a virtual death sentence. There was no cure for the disease and no effective treatment; patients usually died within a few months or years of being...
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