Health  It is: February 1st, 2015    |   Hudson Valley Press  | Health News Preview Chanel
HIV Was the First Disease to Fight for it’s Civil Rights
HIV changed everything. Doctors were no longer infallible, patients had a right to understand and learn about different treatment options, and could now be active participants in the decisions that impacted their lives. The concept that a disease had civil rights was difficult for many to understand. Historically, civil rights are the rights of individuals to receive equal treatment (and to be free from discrimination) in a number of settings,...
Helpful Tips for Safe Snow Shoveling this Season »  Helpful Tips for Safe Snow Shoveling this...

A 2011 study published in the Clinical Research in Cardiology revealed that shoveling snow...

Car Seat Misuses Demonstration Event is Held »  Car Seat Misuses Demonstration Event is Held

MIDDLETOWN - Orange Regional Medical Center’s Trauma and Injury Prevention Program recently...

Health Quest Shares Helpful Ways to Prevent Frostbite »  Health Quest Shares Helpful Ways to Prevent...

LAGRANGEVILLE - With temperatures throughout the Hudson Valley expected to dip into the teens...

Is there More to See in Your Family Tree? »  Is there More to See in Your Family Tree?

It may be easy to see that beauty is deeply rooted in your family tree. But some things that are...

»  Learn to Eat Healthy Workshop to Be Held

BEACON - Cornell Cooperative Extension Dutchess County and the Eat Smart New York program will be...


 
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