President Obama marked World AIDS Day Thursday by announcing plans to boost U.S. efforts to fight AIDS at home and abroad. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Obama Embraces 'End of AIDS,' Promises To Accelerate HIV Treatment

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How World AIDS Day Began

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Do you really need that MRI, or is your doctor just trying to make a buck? iStockphoto.com hide caption

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HIV-Positive Gay Latino Spreads Safe Sex Education

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Orphaned children are cared for at the Baphumelele Center, which assists people affected by AIDS in South Africa. The Global Fund is short on AIDS funding, preventing it from funding new programs. Schalk van Zuydam/AP hide caption

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What A Lack Of AIDS Funding Could Mean For Africa

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Kate Donnellon Nail, 43, works out regularly and eats well. She never thought she would have a problem conceiving a child. Anna Kuperberg/www.kuperberg.com hide caption

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Many Women Underestimate Fertility Clock's Clang

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The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services says it will cover screening and counseling for obesity as a free preventive service for Medicare beneficiaries. M. Spencer Green/AP hide caption

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The latest numbers from CDC show that only 28 percent of the nation's 1.2 million HIV-infected people are getting effective antiviral treatment; effective treatment rates are lowest among African-American men. Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Babies sleeping with their parents risk death, according to an ad campaign by the Milwaukee Health Department. Courtesy of the Milwaukee Health Department hide caption

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Does Milwaukee's Campaign Against Sleeping With Babies Go Too Far?

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