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Tackling Disparities in HIV Prevention

Racial and ethnic disparities have been a problem in the HIV epidemic since the very beginning. Recently, the National H ...


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Tackling Disparities in HIV Prevention

Strategies for APPs in Primary Care: Promoting PrE ...

As a family nurse practitioner and a researcher at the University of Pennsylvania and Thomas Jefferson University in Phi ...

Filed under: Infectious Diseases, Women's Health, Preventive Medicine, Public Health, NPs & PAs


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Diversity in Research and the All of Us R ...

I have been working in the PA field for well over 18 years and have always thrived on knowing that I am treating my pati ...

Filed under: Health Policy and Trends, Miscellaneous, Women's Health


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Prenatal Vitamin D Supplementation and the Develop ...

It is suggested that the increasing prevalence of vitamin D insufficiency worldwide could be a factor in the rising rate ...

Filed under: Allergy/Immunology, Women's Health


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CDC Releases an Update to Sexually Transmitted Inf ...

We have all been so focused on COVID-19 that many of us missed the updated guidelines on the treatment of two sexually t ...

Filed under: Infectious Diseases, Public Health, Women's Health


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Breastfeeding and Coronavirus: My Experience From ...

One of the challenging features of COVID-19 is its ability to sweep through families. In my experience, this is more pre ...

Filed under: Infectious Diseases, Public Health, Women's Health


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Using Policy to Impact HPV Vaccine Rates

For more than 10 years we have had a safe and effective vaccine that can prevent several types of cancer. I understand t ...

Filed under: Health Policy and Trends, Infectious Diseases, Preventive Medicine, Women's Health


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