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Washington DC Residents To Be Tested For HIV

According to a report of the Washington Post, the department of health of Washington, D.C.//, on Tuesday is planning to launch a campaign to subject every district resident, between 14years and 84years, to a test, to detect the presence of HIV antibodies. .... The launching of the campaign, to be named “Come Together D.C. Get Screened for HIV,” will coincide with the 12th annual National H...

Gorilla Dies during Heart Surgery at Washington Zoo

Kuja, a 23-year-old western lowland gorilla died at Washington's National Zoo on Saturday while undergoing surgery //for heart disease. ....This animal was one of Washington zoo's two adult male western lowland gorillas. These gorillas are an endangered species native to the tropical rain forests of western and central Africa. ....Veterinarians from the University of Alabama and Auburn Universi...

Free Condoms Distribution to Prevent HIV in Washington

Washington, D.C., health officials on Friday plan to distribute 250,000 city-branded condoms as part of the Department of Health's efforts to prevent the spread of HIV// and other sexually transmitted infections, the Washington Post reports. ..The condom's purple and yellow package is printed in English and Spanish and carries the slogan, 'We've got you covered. Coming together to stop HIV in D...

Washington Post Examines Increase in Minorities Seeking Cosmetic Surgery

The number of minorities obtaining cosmetic medicine procedures has increased in recent years, the Washington Post reports. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, while white women still are the highest consumers of cosmetic medicine procedures, the number of blacks, Hispanics and Asians seeking such services has increased sig...
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