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Is your life out of balance between what you give and what you receive? You know the old saying, “It’s better to give than it is to receive.” But the … more
 The 2018 elections are now complete.   Nine percent of Americans still do not have health insurance and 30% more are under-insured, meaning that they cannot afford the health care … more
All women face certain health risks. However, sexual minority women, such as those who identify as lesbian or bisexual as well as women who have sex with women, have some specific health … more
A new way to create proteins that can sneak through HIV’s protective coating may be a step toward understanding the key components needed for developing a vaccine for the virus, according to … more
Are you successful? You might ask, “At what?” We can feel accomplished or successful in one area of life, but not others. Some people seem to have relationships down pat but struggle with … more
The new online application system for the Special Pharmaceutical Benefits Program (SPBP), called MRx Enroll, went live Feb. 12. This new tool helps simplify the enrollment process for clients that … more
More than 820,000 people in China are affected with the HIV/Aids virus, health officials say. About 40,000 new cases were reported in the second quarter of 2018 alone. The vast majority of new … more
The 2018 elections are now complete.   Nine percent of Americans still do not have health insurance and 30% more are under-insured, meaning that they cannot afford the health care that they … more
By Dr. Terry Drew Kaaren Karanen Which button will you push? Have you ever been to one of those luxury, rooftop cocktail lounges or restaurants? The top floor at the Marriott in San … more
Penn State College of Medicine graduate program alumni Varun Prabhu and Olivier Noel were recently featured by the Philadelphia Business Journal in a story titled "Millennials to Watch in Life Sciences." more
Two playwrights - Margaret Hopkins, MS research assistant, and Martha Peaslee Levine, MD - will present their one-act play, "Cutting to the Truth," performed by Penn State College of Medicine employees at noon Friday, Sept. 8, in Room C2860 of the … more
Dr. Mack Ruffin, Chair of the Department of Family and Community Medicine at Penn State College of Medicine, was recently honored with a lifetime achievement award for his work in research. more
Influenza vaccination rates in children may have decreased for the 2016-2017 influenza season because of a recommendation by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that the nasal spray version of the vaccine not be used, according to … more
These three words are the theme of the 16th Annual Philadelphia Trans Health Conference. These words honor the transgender community, which continues overcoming obstacles and moving forward. Some of those obstacles are of a personal nature and may … more
Seventy-eight incoming graduate students pursuing DrPH, master’s or PhD degrees at Penn State College of Medicine recently participated in the annual Graduate Student Oath Ceremony. During the Aug. 18 ceremony, the students took an oath to … more
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Most brain cancers start elsewhere in the body, but one particularly aggressive and uncommon form – glioblastoma – originates in the brain itself. more
Westside Community Services provided home care and case management, notably for the city’s Black residents with HIV. more
Each receives up to $200,000 thanks to ViiV Healthcare’s Positive Action for Youth program. more
In Los Angeles alone, more than 120 churches joined the Day of Unity, promoted by The Black Church & HIV initiative. more
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