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Why Ordering Takeout May be the Healthier Alternative

Aug 25
The new issue of Shape magazine looks at what it calls "Take Out Nation." The article says many time-saving meals can be healthier than home-cooked food.

Pediatricians Look Back to the Bad Old Days in Natl. Immunization Month

HEALTH | By EDGE | Aug 26
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is recognizing National Immunization Awareness Month this August with a series, "Medicine Before Vaccines," written by senior pediatricians about vaccinations.

Why Ordering Takeout May be the Healthier Alternative

HEALTH | Aug 25
The new issue of Shape magazine looks at what it calls "Take Out Nation." The article says many time-saving meals can be healthier than home-cooked food.

Can Best-Selling Bedtime Book Help Children Get More Sleep?

HEALTH | Aug 24
"The Rabbit Who Wants To Fall Asleep," is number one on Amazon's best-seller list.

Town Hall Meeting: Black Gay/Bi Men and HIV

HIV/AIDS | By Sean McShee | Aug 22
Earlier this month about 60 people attended the Black Gay and Bisexual Men's Town Hall Meeting at the Pride Center in Wilton Manors, Florida. Speakers discussed HIV infection among Black Gay Bisexual Men (BGBM).

Preventing LGBT Youth Homelessness: Ruth Ellis Center Pilot Program Keeps LGBT Foster Kids Safe at Home

HEALTH | By Winnie McCroy | Aug 22
Detroit's Ruth Ellis Center is launching a new pilot program that could help keep LGBT at-risk youth at home, by teaching parents and guardians how to relate to them.

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AIDS Help Seeks Memorabilia for 30th Anniversary Book

HIV/AIDS | By EDGE | Aug 14
AIDS Help, the only community-based HIV/AIDS service organization in Monroe County, seeks memorabilia for a 30th anniversary publication about how that little agency on a little island took on the darkness of HIV/AIDS.