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Alabama Student Awarded Grant for HIV/AIDS Research

Posted: 08/14/2013 - TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) -- A University of Alabama doctoral student has been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation to research social factors surrounding the spread of HIV/AIDS.

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US News: Teen Rescued, Abductor Killed; Infant 'Best Man' Laid to Rest; Deadly Crashes

Updated: 08/11/2013 - Teen found safe in Idaho; alleged abductor killed... Funeral held for Pa. boy who was parents' best man... Va. boy's death puts focus on celebratory gunshots... NTSB: No obvious sign of cause of CT. plane crash... Blue Cross reaches out over insurance law changes... Senate control hinges on fate of Southern Dems... Firefighters make progress battling CA wildfire... Body recovered from mudslide in Colorado... Young driver hits transit bus in La., injuring 12... Utah pageant winner, 3 others charged with throwing homemade bombs from car... Cruz again raps Obama's health care law... NTSB: Helicopter pilot in Pa. crash not certified...

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Patient Care Connect Pt. 2

Posted: 08/05/2013 - BUDDY CHECK 4 IS DESIGNED TO ENCOURAGE EARLY DETECTION AND PREVENTION OF CANCER.

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Patient Care Connect

Updated: 08/05/2013 - THE SOUTHEAST ALABAMA MEDICAL CENTER RECENTLY INTRODUCED A NEW PROGRAM CALLED "PATIENT CARE CONNECT," A FREE SERVICE TO CANCER PATIENTS AGED 65 OR OLDER.

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Ga. Health Officials, CDC Probing Stomach Virus

Updated: 07/31/2013 - Georgia Department of Public Health officials say they're investigating four cases of a gastrointestinal illness that has sickened more than 370 people in 15 states.

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HPV Vaccines

Updated: 07/30/2013 - In a press conference held Friday, top officials from CDC and the American Academy of Pediatrics announced that HPV vaccination rates in girls aged 13-17 years failed to increase between 2011 and 2012, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Three-dose coverage actually declined slightly from 2011 to 2012...

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Florida Reports 23 Cases of Intestinal Illness

Posted: 07/27/2013 - TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -- Florida health officials say they're investigating 23 cases of a stomach bug that has infected more than 320 people in 14 states and New York City.

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President Bush Shaves Head in Honor of Lukemia Patient

Updated: 07/25/2013 - KENNEBUNKPORT, MAINE -- President George H. W. Bush this week joined members of his Secret Service detail in shaving his head to show his support for the two year-old son of a detail member who is being treated for leukemia and started losing his hair.

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Alabama Childhood Obesity Slowed but Still Rising

Updated: 07/21/2013 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- The launch of an initiative aimed at addressing childhood obesity in Alabama has slowed an increase of overweight children compared to other states, but hasn't improved Alabama's childhood obesity rate.

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