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Few Opioid-Addicted Youth Get Medication

by by Carla K. Johnson, Associated Press | June 21, 2017
CHICAGO — Only one in four teens and young adults with opioid addiction receive recommended t [...] Read more

Rutgers Dean Seeks to Remove Health Disparities

by NJTV News | June 21, 2017
The gay men’s health crisis is sill with us. HIV/AIDS are now treatable, but not yet curable. [...] Read more

Free Health Clinics Make a Comeback

by Amanda McCoy | June 19, 2017
After eight years of stagnant growth during Obamacare’s coverage expansion, free and charitab [...] Read more

Researchers Closer to Early Autism Diagnosis

by Dr. Francis Collins | June 14, 2017
Research shows that the roots of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) generally start early—most li [...] Read more

Valedictorian, Twin with Cerebral Palsy, Hopes to Fight Disease

by David Whiting | June 12, 2017
Asked if there will be anything special about high school graduation, Lizbeth Gomez glances dow [...] Read more

Rural America Braces for Alzheimer’s Crisis

by IBT Media (UK) | June 07, 2017
June Aman no longer laughs when her husband teases her, which he does fairly often. When she co [...] Read more

Alzheimer’s Affects 5.5 Million in U.S.

by Vishakha Sonawane | June 05, 2017
The most common type of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease affects about 5.5 million Americans of [...] Read more

N.M. Schools Link Efforts to End Doctor Shortage

by Associated Press | June 05, 2017
LAS CRUCES, N.M. — The University of New Mexico and a private Las Cruces college are work [...] Read more
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