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decline in New York City

AIDS deaths
decline in New York City

AIDS deaths in New York City declined in 2005, dropping from 1,712 in 2002 to 1,412 three years later, an almost 18% decrease, reports The New York Times. A report by the city health department also shows that deaths from several other diseases and health problems have declined in the city since 2002, including alcohol-related deaths and smoking-related deaths. More New Yorkers also reported having a regular doctor in 2005 than in 2002, according to the report. (The Advocate)

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