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AIDS in the Workplace
April 9, 1987 at 12:00 AM EST
4891023783AIDS in the WorkplaceSome HIV-positive people lost jobs because of their status, but others found companies surprisingly supportive and concerned.1987-04-09 18:00:00disabled1967244473207992The foster father who takes care of terminally ill kidsMohamed Bzeek has become somewhat of a local hero in Los Angeles, taking on a life mission that few others would consider: as a foster parent who cares solely for terminally ill children. Special correspondent Gayle Tzemach Lemmon meets Bzeek, a former Libyan immigrant who depends on his Muslim faith as he juggles intensive caretaking and heartbreak, as well as his own battle with cancer.2017-02-24 18:00:00http://newshour-tc.pbs.org/newshour/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/father1-320x196.jpg2365966156fqnoGDQ2i2k207508Fighting to breathe in the world’s most polluted cityDelhi now outranks Beijing as the world's most polluted city. Carbon dioxide, ozone and fine carbon particles get trapped over India's capital, mostly due to dirty fuels, causing long-term health consequences such as lung and heart disease. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on some efforts to lessen the environmental toll on residents.2017-02-20 18:00:00http://newshour-tc.pbs.org/newshour/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/RTX1WM22-320x196.jpg2365961300iksEqOi_1bk207189'Deaths of despair' are cutting life short for some white AmericansIn spite of decades of advancements in health care, diet and safety, white Americans are now living shorter lives, a trend that has surprised experts. Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports out of Maysville, Kentucky, an area struggling with an increase in addiction, overdoses and suicide.2017-02-16 08:44 pmhttp://newshour-tc.pbs.org/newshour/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/GettyImages-481663353-320x196.jpgKG4USJgZhoc
Some HIV-positive people lost jobs because of their status, but others found companies surprisingly supportive and concerned.
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