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    1. 3 Things Alicia Keys Does to Feel Good

      For a woman with a catalogue of famous songs credited to her, Keys cites just one as the soundtrack for her life: Nina Simone’s “I’m Feeling Good.” The lyrics are optimistic: “It’s a new dawn, it’s a new day, it’s a new life for me, and I’m feeling good.” And with her marriage to music producer, rap

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    2. Alicia Keys Gives Back to Kids Affected by HIV and AIDS

      Fourteen-time Grammy Award-winning artist Alicia Keys, 30, had her first baby more than a year ago, a handsome bundle of joy named Egypt. He has "the most perfect eyes and beautiful nose, the sweetest lips, and skin so soft and kissable! Never have I felt such disbelief, such awe, humility, godlines

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    3. Alfre Woodard Helps AIDS Orphans

      How will you be commemorating National HIV Testing Day, June 27? Alfre Woodard, the Emmy Award-winning actor and star of TNT's hit series Memphis Beat, makes it easy for anybody to make a difference: In 2009, she and other actors such as Matt Damon and Helen Mirren lent their voices to Nelson Mandel

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    4. Regina King's Fight Against HIV/AIDS

      The November day in 1991 when basketball great Earvin "Magic" Johnson announced he was HIV-positive was a sobering reality check. All of a sudden, the disease many dismissed as affecting only gay men and intravenous drug users had hit a major celebrity. But the news struck Regina King especially har

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    5. Living With HIV: Staying Healthy and Avoiding Complications

      Many people still believe that if HIV doesn't kill you, then HIV-related complications will. But that is not true. Managing complications from HIV is a far cry from what it was in the past. If you and your doctor are vigilant, staying healthy and living a full life with HIV are very possible. "In th

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    6. Actress Gloria Reuben: AIDS Activist

      Gloria Reuben first started grappling with HIV issues as part of her role on ER, as physician assistant Jeanie Boulet, one of the first openly HIV-positive characters on prime-time TV. But soon, the scripts began to take over her off-duty thoughts. “It follows you around wherever you go,” says Reube

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    7. Three Things You Don't Know About Aids In Africa

      By Emily Oster At just twenty-six, economist Emily Oster may have the highest controversies-generated-to-years-in-academia ratio of anyone in her field. That's because, as a Ph.D. student at Harvard, she chose to hop the fence and explore a topic already claimed by doctors, social scientists, and po

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    8. A Man with HIV

      What is it like to live with HIV infection? A young man tells WebMD his story. Joseph Wolfe, age 28, lives in Atlanta. He gave WebMD permission to use his name. Why? He feels that by refusing to be anonymous, his message will have a greater impact on others. This is Wolfe's story: "I was diagnosed i

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    9. A Woman with HIV

      What is it like to live with HIV infection? A young woman tells WebMD her story. The woman, age 18, asked WebMD to withhold her identity. She is a student at a major U.S. university. "I was born with HIV. My father gave it to my mother before I was born. I have an older brother but he does not have

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    10. AIDS in U.S. Marches On

      Zero percent. That is how much progress the U.S. has made in meeting its HIV prevention goal. The U.S. had some 40,000 new HIV infections in 2001. That's when the CDC set a goal of cutting this number in half by 2005. As of 2004, the estimated annual number of HIV infections is still 40,000. "We hav

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