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A Heroin Addict's Emotional First Days in Rehab

May 21
In the second part of a "CBS Evening News" series on the heroin epidemic gripping the U.S., Jason Amaral, an addict in Boston, goes through his first day of rehab.

Climate Change and the Migration of Infectious Diseases Like Zika

By EDGE | May 20
Dr. Bill Miller looks at the spread of Zika, Chikungunya virus and others in our modern time.

Dorchester Hosts 4th Annual Prostate Health Educational Symposium

By EDGE | May 20
On May 21 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., PHEN Hosts "4th Annual Prostate Health Educational Symposium" at Dorchester's Greater Love Tabernacle Church.

New Penis Recipient Looks Forward to Being a 'Complete' Man

By Philip Marcelo | May 19
The recipient of the nation's first penis transplant says he is looking forward to walking out of the hospital a "complete" man.

May 19 Is National Asian/Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

By EDGE | May 19
The 12th annual National Asian and Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Day will be held on Thursday, May 19. The theme is "Saving face can't make you safe. Talk about HIV for me, for you, for everyone."

On Natl. Asthma/Allergy Month, 10 Tips For An Allergan-Free Home

By EDGE | May 18
May is National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month, and the official kickoff of spring and summertime wheezing and sneezing. Here are 10 tips to avoid triggers.

Eliminating HIV is Possible; Danish Researchers Explain How

By EDGE | May 18
A two-decade analysis by researchers from UCLA and Denmark yields the first proof that the "treatment as prevention" approach could eliminate the global HIV pandemic.

1st US Penis Transplant Could Bring Hope to Maimed Soldiers

By Philip Marcelo and Lauren Neergaard | May 17
A 64-year-old cancer patient has received the nation's first penis transplant, a groundbreaking operation that may also help accident victims and some of the many U.S. veterans maimed by roadside bombs.

Roland S. Martin Demands Black ASOs Fight for PrEP

By EDGE | May 16
"NewsOne Now" host and managing editor Roland S. Martin spoke with a panel of experts about HIV/AIDS in the black community.

Viral Hepatitis Advocates Gather at New York's City Hall

By EDGE | May 16
On the eve of May 15, National Hispanic Hepatitis Awareness Day 2016 (NHHAD 2016) a diverse group of viral hepatitis advocates came together at the steps of City Hall to raise awareness about this "silent epidemic" of Viral Hepatitis.

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