Study says poor African American women less likely to receive pap smears

Wednesday, December 28, 2005Black American women living in communities with high poverty rates are significantly less likely to be screened for cervical cancer, a study finds. The Harvard School of Public Health’s Geetanjali Dabral Datta investigated the relationship between individual characteristics and larger socioeconomic factors and cervical cancer screening rates. The Febreuary 1 issue of […]

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The Basics Of A Cubicle Track

Read More About: Rope Splicing Accessories byAlma Abell In hospitals and office cubicles around the world, separation of space is often accomplished through the hanging of curtains. Once, ropes or wires were sufficient to hold the various fabrics and materials that provided privacy. Today, a cubicle track can easy to maintain and install. What is […]

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South African apartheid assassin Eugene de Kock granted parole

Saturday, January 31, 2015 South African Justice Minister Michael Masutha yesterday announced he is granting parole to Eugene de Kock, an apartheid-era assassin who has spent twenty years in prison. After South Africa’s first democratic elections in 1994 de Kock was arrested and subsequently detailed his actions to the nation’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC). […]

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