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Thanks to the US-led drug war, AIDS is exploding among injection drug users.
When George W. Bush announced a $15 billion Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief in his 2003 State of the Union address, he compared the fight against AIDS to the war on terrorism.
Six years after Kip Kinkel, dosed up with Prozac, killed his parents and two students at Thurston High, in Oregon; five years after Eric Harris, dosed with Luvox, embarked on his day of slaughter
Please forward widely: "An Open Letter About Emergency Contraception," by Katha Pollitt and Jennifer Baumgardner
My patient John Elias, with a fixed income from Social Security and a small pension, is a perfect candidate for prescription drug coverage.
Editorial tightening created the impression that two drug studies, by Pfizer and GlaxoSmithKline, were one study by Pfizer. We regret the error.
This World AIDS Day we were greeted by new, more accurate data from the World Health Organization (WHO) confirming the astonishing scope of the global epidemic: Some 40 million are now infected,
The Medicare "reform" legislation just passed by Congress sends the program on a path to destruction.
Forty-four states in the United States today bar people with mental illnesses from voting.
Bus depots are one of many environmental culprits that contribute to health problems in poor communities of color.