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The Arthritis Foundation released results from a first-of-its-kind $700,000 CDC grant appropriated to the organization in 1999.

To draw attention to the growing epidemic of HIV/AIDS in young people, the Adolescent AIDS Program (AAP) at Children's Hospital at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx, New York has launched a comprehensive online resource center addressing youth and HIV/AIDS.

The National Health Council released a paper titled, "Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Advertising: Overview & Recommendations," concluding that its "benefits outweigh any negative impacts," and that it is supported by "most consumers and many physicians, as well as the FDA."

As creatures of comfort, Americans are continuing to take stock in the hottest trend this season - home-style food.

Minority health leaders and scholars from around the United States will convene in Pittsburgh Jan. 10-11 for the University of Pittsburgh Center for Minority Health's second annual summit on eliminating racial and ethnic health disparities.

In response to a disproportionately high number of asthma attacks among Hispanic children in urban areas, The Advertising Council and the U.S.

The Washington Business Group on Health (WBGH) has launched a new campaign -- WBGH Health Disparities Initiative: Promoting Health for a Culturally Diverse Workforce -- to address the growing need for reducing longstanding health

Information Resources, Inc. announced results of IRI Pulse, the second in a series of ongoing studies focusing on significant trends in the consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry.

This holiday season, a nationwide campaign is calling on Americans to do more than use a designated driver; it's also giving Americans a first-of-its-kind opportunity to thank the special people in their lives who volunteer as designated drivers.

Direct-to-consumer (DTC) advertising of prescription drugs helps patients more actively participate in their health
care, which increases the likelihood that they follow their treatment regimen, according to a study conducted by RxRemedy, Inc. and released by Pfizer Inc.

Approximately 22 million teens in the United States, including more than two million in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, are at a higher risk than ever for sexually transmitted diseases, cardiovascular problems, stress related disorders and other issues effecting their health, well being an

In a comprehensive collection of county by county data and statewide trends, a new report details a conclusive, systematic connection between California children's success or failure in school and the economic security, health, safety and early care foundation which underlies it.

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As part of October’s National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Yahoo! Everywhere, Yahoo!

Mitsubishi Motor Sales of America, Inc. and Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) announced the launch of a new campaign designed to educate Latino communities about the risks of drunk driving.

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