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Healthy Tip Of the Week (HTW): Feb 5-11

This Tuesday is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. Consider taking some time to learn about HIV/AIDS and what can be done to fight it!

Substance Use and HIV: A Community Dialogue:

Do you or a loved one struggle with substance use and HIV? This community dialogue, hosted by Reverend Londro Wilson and Carol Mundy, offers a great opportunity to discuss the issue with experts. You'll learn about potential treatments for people who deal with the issues too.


Genetic Education Survey

Would you like to know more about genetics, and the way it can be used to explore your ancestry, advance medicine, and even solve crimes?  The National Academy of Medicine wants to hear from you! Click here to take a survey on what you want to learn.

Healthy Tip Of the Week (HTW): January 22-28

Soon it will be February... and February is American Heart Month! Taking care of your heart is crucial for staying healthy, happy, and active. Here are some tips on how to keep your heart in good shape!


Healthy Tip Of the Week (HTW): January 15-21

If you’ve ever been followed or harassed by someone who just won’t leave you alone, you know how awful stalking can be. Stalking is when someone follows you, sends you messages you don’t want, and engages in other threatening or frightening behaviors. January is National Stalking Awareness Month.

Volunteering for Genetic Studies

Are you interested in participating in genetic studies? You can help contribute to scientific knowledge and get compensation. Click here for an animated explainer!

Genetic Studies and Privacy

Interested in participating in genetic studies, but wondering about what happens with your information? This video explainer will help!


Healthy Tip Of the Week (HTW): January 8-14

January is National Winter Sports TBI awareness month.  What’s TBI? TBI stands for Traumatic Brain Injury—concussions and other forms of serious brain injury that can lead to severe complications.

What's Money Got to Do With It?

What does money have to do with precision medicine and genetic studies? This video explainer will tell you what you need to know

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