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Syphilis (INACTIVE)

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  • On a rough night, Queen Elizabeth I hangs out with actors

    On a rough night, Queen Elizabeth I hangs out with actors
    THEATER REVIEW: "Elizabeth Rex" at Chicago Shakespeare Theater ★★★ ... When faced with a dark night of the soul, the powerful often seek the sustenance of subordinates. Such juicy, on-the-cusp moments are hard for playwrights to resist.
  • Tax defiers blow smoke at the law

    It was not the FBI that brought down Al Capone and, contrary to countless movie and television versions, it was not even Prohibition revenuer Eliot Ness. It was Frank J. Wilson, an accountant in the federal Bureau of Internal Revenue, now called —...

    Getting snippy over adult circumcision

    Getting snippy over adult circumcision
    Is it healthy to get circumcised well into your mid-40s? And can not being circumcised cause urinary tract infections?--Anon. Like my first boyfriend, I thank you sir, for putting the fate of your penis in my very unqualified hands. Circumcision is a...

    Indiana Black Expo puts spotlight on minority health

    Indiana Black Expo puts spotlight on minority health
    The 2012 INshape Indiana Black & Minority Health Fair kicks off Thursday afternoon with dozens of exhibits at its disposal. More than $1,000 worth of free health screenings will be available during the event’s four days, including tests for blood...

    Outbreak of syphilis reported in Johnson Co.

    Outbreak of syphilis reported in Johnson Co.
    An outbreak of syphilis has been reported in Johnson County and health officials say it's affecting young people. So far, 25 confirmed or suspected cases of the disease have been reported. Most of those infected are in their teens to mid-20s. If you...