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  • Closing the Gap Newsletter

    Closing the Gap is a newsletter from the Office of Minority Health. Each issue is devoted to a specific health topic of concern to minority communities. To be placed on the mailing list for upcoming issues, call the Resource Center at 1-800-444-6472.

    Current Issue:
    Closing the Gap, January/February 2004 issue: Maternal Mortality African Americans Remain at Higher Risk Adobe Acrobat logo

    Table of Contents

  • Women's Health Week
  • Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
  • Breastfeeding
  • Prenatal Care Insurance
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Cervical Cancer in Asians
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  • Promoting Positive Behavior
  • Males and Abstinence
  • Sickle Cell Disease
  • Doctor Day 2003
  • Resources
  • Conferences
  • HIV IMPACT Newsletter

    OMH-RC produces HIV Impact, a quarterly newsletter that focuses on HIV/AIDS in communities of color. You won't want to miss the best practice approaches, current data, new research, legislative updates, and funding opportunities.

    Current Issue:
    HIV IMPACT, July/August 2004 issue:
    Positive Results "Community/Research Partnerships Bear Fruit" adobe acrobat logo

    Table of Contents

  • Why Parents Matter
  • From Mother to Daughter
  • De madre a hija
  • National Black HIV/AIDS Day
  • Ask An Expert-Microbicides
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  • Maui AIDS Foundation
  • Minority Women's Health Summit
  • Federal Health News
  • African Immigrants in Minnesota
  • and much more...
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