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Bee Venom Kills HIV (Just Another Reason To Save The Bees!)

Colony collapse disorder is decimating bee populations around the world. The possibility of losing our planet's most industrious pollinator hasn't motivated agencies like the EPA to protect them, but …

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8 Suprising Reasons to Love Bacteria

I previously did an article on 20 Reasons to Love Bacteria.  Exciting new research is showing that there are even more reasons to love probiotics and to add them to your health regime.  Here are 8 mor…

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The Key to Making Sure People Get Tested: Making it Easy

Ignorance isn't bliss when it comes to HIV and other sexually-transmitted infections (STIs). Early diagnosis and treatment means better long-term health and less likelihood of passing the infection on…

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Three Types of HIV Testing

Curious as to what the best tests for HIV are? Watch this for a quick tip!…

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Spotting HIV Symptoms

Curious as to how to spot HIV symptoms? Watch this for a quick tip!…

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How Is HIV Spread?

Need a quick tip on how HIV is spread and what not to do? Watch this!…

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AIDS: Understanding the Disease

On average, in developing regions, only 33% of young men and 20% of young women have a complete and correct understanding of HIV (excluding China). Health Videos by NewsLook   // …

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Having The “Sex Talk” Organically

When my sons were growing up they always came to me first about everything. I always had this picture in my head that my husband would be the one to have the "sex talk" with my kids. But that is not h…

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Health News: Week in Review

Health News Week in Review Week of June 10, 2011 This week we look at bacteria resistant to antibiotics and how you can protect yourself, AIDS at 30 years, Changing Brain Cells into Heart Cel…

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First Person Cured of HIV

Did you realize that 30 million people have died from HIV in the 30 years since the disease was discovered? Or that the disease spreads at the rate of 7,000 people per day globally? Pretty staggering …

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