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Public Health

AIDS: A New Strain: In early 2005 a potentially new strain of the HIV virus was found in a NYC man.

Alzheimer's: A NEW YORK VOICES Health Special NYV examines a disease that can exact a huge toll on both its victims and the people who love and care for them.

Assisted Living at Home: What does it take to keep an older relative at home?

Children's Health: This NEW YORK VOICES special includes important information about Lead Poisoning, Childhood Obesity, and The Pediatric Dentist

A Different Disease?: After losing a son to type 1 diabetes, the Murphys thought they knew everything about the illness -- until Joe was diagnosed with type 2.

Domestic Violence: A look at services and resources in New York City.

Don't Panic, Prepare: How ready are you and your family in the event of a terrorist attack? Here's a Red Cross primer.

Emergency Plan: A tiny emergency room in lower Manhattan confronts disaster.

Getting on Track: Sybil Payne's health was on a downward spiral -- until she met Dr. Neica Goldberg.

Getting the Conversation Started: What do older and younger family members really need to talk about?

Institutional Care: What benefits can your elder relative find in a good caregiving facility?

Keeping Your Symptoms at Bay: Eleven-year-old Stacy has lost seventy pounds, and her blood sugar level has returned to normal.

Laughing Yoga: A new way of doing it that lightens people up.

Living with AIDS/HIV: Pam is married, working, and raising children.

Teen Health: Depression This NEW YORK VOICES health special examines the diagnosis and treatment of depression in teens.

Women's Health: This health special examines four issues important to women's health: postpartum depression, heart disease, hormone therapy and infertility.


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