HEALTH-SOUTH AFRICA: New HIV Vaccine Trials Raise Hopes

After two HIV vaccine trials were halted for safety reasons last year, a new trial is set to commence within the next few months in South Africa and the United States. Scientists will test a new vaccine formula produced in South Africa. It will be the first time a HIV vaccine manufactured in a developing country will be trialed in the developed world.

Kidney Foundation of CT Unites with Churches to Reach African-American Masses

The latest statistics in Connecticut show that African Americans have a shockingly higher risk of developing kidney disease versus other groups, and many people don't know they are at risk. With the assistance of religious leaders in the state and faith-based organizations, we are able to work with trusted voices that will empower people with critical information that impacts their health and well-being.

Sisters Launch Gourmet Food Sister-Stores Focusing on Good Food and Good Health

Two sisters make a mid life career change to be gourmet food retailers. Knowing that Americans today face challenges of weight loss, heart disease and other obstacles affected by diet, they have doubled their endeavors and opened two stores instead of one. I Fancy Food at http://www.ifancyfood.com is their 'anything goes' store, featuring uncommon, artisan and international foods. I Fancy Food is online as well as local, as a newly opened store in Jonesborough, TN.

Hypertension studies

Studies: Diuretic drugs and stress counseling help patients stave off the fatal consequences of high blood pressure.




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