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Free Screening of Risky Behavior

Furthering the success of their acclaimed PSA- The Choice Is Yours (released in 2013) - the teens of the Center for Black Women's Wellness Adolescent Health & Youth Development Program have created a new short film, Risky Behavior.

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Sebelius urges Deal to expand Medicaid

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius on urged Georgians to explore their coverage options before it’s too late.

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L.O.F.T.Y. Goal in Preventing Teen Pregnancy

When Lenonya Beebe took her teenage daughter Winifrid to the doctor to get her started on birth control, both mother and child never figured it would already be too late.

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Are African Americans skeptical of fed health insurance

Despite the looming deadline of Monday, March 31, for enrolling in the federal government’s health insurance program, many African Americans have yet to do so.

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Understanding the spread of HIV in women in the south

Her biggest hope is that a cure will come soon. But either way, Lauryn Taylor will make the 45-minute bus ride to take part in the Women’s Interagency HIV Study for as long as she lives.

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'Sisters' Conquer Health Challenges

Sweat dripping down, feet hitting pavement, and smiles all around, as empowered black women shed calories and health stigmas.

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Center for Black Women’s Wellness offers Gift of Wellness

This Black Friday 2010, Atlanta healthcare nonprofit, The Center for Black Women’s Wellness (CBWW), launched a gift initiative that will last beyond the holidays.

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Atlantans Who Are Making A Difference

When Adrienne Mims first heard about Atlanta’s non-profit Center for Black Women’s Wellness, she jumped at the chance to put her considerable background to use for a worthy cause.

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