COVID-19

Advocacy And Fundraising Have Led To Declining HIV/AIDS Deaths Worldwide

While about half of cases are in eastern and southern Africa, the impact of HIV/AIDS is far-reaching and global. Not only does HIV/AIDS have major health consequences, but it’s also closely associated with discrimination, including violence against HIV-infected individuals.
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Hoping to Boost Vaccine Rates, One State Has Announced Grants for Primary Care Doctors

The program is designed to give primary care doctors—often a patient’s most-trusted and well-known medical provider—additional tools to encourage vaccination in their practices.
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How Denver Tackled Homelessness While Saving Money

The Denver study proves that highly vulnerable people living on the street will accept housing and, with help, stay housed for the long term. That’s good news at a time when homelessness is rising nationally and service providers say more people appear to be suffering from mental illness.
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Lawmakers In Eight States Are Increasing Mental Health Funding

Lawmakers in at least eight states are using COVID aid to fund behavioral health services.
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Faith Communities Are Mobilizing to Help People Get Vaccinated

As COVID-19 vaccinations in Northern Nevada plateau, community leaders are trying a different approach. Local public health and medical experts are collaborating with clergy to provide vaccines to the Latino community.
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Celebrating Three Years of Greta Thunberg's Activism: 'There's Still Time to Change Our Climate Future'

As the Swedish teenager marks the third anniversary of her first solo climate strike, here's how she built the global "Fridays for Future" movement...
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