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Public News Service - MI: HIV/AIDS Prevention

HIV testing is a simple procedure and results are available in about 20 minutes. Credit: Wheeler Cowperthwalte/Flickr

LANSING, Mich. - It's World AIDS Day, and health organizations are working to increase awareness of HIV/AIDS and its impact on the lives of Michiganders. According to state data, the rate of new HIV diagnoses was stable from 2009 to 2013, with about 800 new cases reported each year, and the highest

PHOTO: Church and community groups are using education as their

DETROIT - The 25th annual Detroit International Auto Show rolls into town this week. While it may be good for the automotive and tourism industries, the event has faith-based and community groups mobilizing to fight a wave of human trafficking they say is an unfortunate byproduct. John Burow, pastor

LANSING, Mich. - As the health care debate continues in Washington, legislators in Lansing are expected to take up a package of bills this week focused on health care for women and teens. One of the measures would require hospitals and urgent care clinics to offer emergency contraception. Rep. Alm

Lansing, MI - Prevention first is the message today in Lansing, where members of the state House and Senate will be introducing a 15-bill package to ensure reliable sexual and reproductive health education and information, increase access to family planning services, and promote healthy pregnancies.

Lansing, MI - Proponents of stiffer penalties for hate crimes have less than two weeks to convince Michigan's state senators to approve them. Legislation passed by the House and sent to the Senate expands the current definition of bias crimes to include sexual orientation, disability, and gender ide

Lansing, MI - Today marks 20 years of annual "World AIDS Day" commemorations. This year, 18,000 people in Michigan are living with HIV, and more than half have been diagnosed with AIDS, according to the Michigan Department of Community Health. The good news is, the estimated number of people who do

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