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On this edition Tony Brown and his guest, Dr. Mohammad Akhter, discuss the rise in HIV & AIDS cases among Black women. 2806
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When I fall in love with you, I am really falling in love with myself. Is that true? Guest Dr. Debra Ann Brodie. (1927)
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Guest: Roulette William Smith, Ph.D, author of Commonsense and AIDS (1923)
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Tony Brown’s Journal first introduced Gary Null’s unique views on health to television audiences in 1987. Since then the mainstream has caught up with Null’s cutting edge nutrition regimen and he is a widely-known an...
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Burton Goldberg, publisher of Cancer Diagnosis: What to Do Next and the Definitive Guide to Cancer, recently testified before the Congressional Committee on Cancer Care for the New Millennium. He joins Dr. Robert Atk...
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Scientist Ken Seaton believes that statistics showing an increase in the disparities between the health of the affluent and the poor, such as life expectancy, cancer and diabetes, are due largely to hygiene. He says ...
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The National Institutes of Health and a network of researchers have launched the largest prostate cancer prevention study ever to determine whether dietary supplements – Selenium and Vitamin E – can protect against pr...
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Discussion on Sickle Cell Anemia 530
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In 2003, U. S. Representative Dave Weldon, a medical doctor and a member of the House Appropriations Committee, has visited Uganda investigating possible strategies for combating the spread of HIV/AIDS. He addresses ...