New HIV Infections Fall In Cuyahoga County; Political Ramifications of Glenville Shootout

Cuyahoga County continues to see a downward trend when it comes to new cases of human immunodeficiency virus or HIV. For the fifth consecutive year, the county's total new cases decreased, at a time when the state's number keeps climbing.

We'll continue our look at the violence in Glenville 50 years ago this week, examining how the impact likely cut short a political career.

And while nearly one in three Americans suffers from high cholesterol, experts say the focus these days is turning toward the levels of different types of cholesterol and fats in your blood.

Additional Resources:

Glenville Shootout: 50 Years Later

Be Well: Heart Health

Guests: 

Melissa Federman, Treuhaft Chair for Health Planning, The Center for Community Solutions/ Director, AIDS Funding Collaborative

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