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2006 Stories by Aina Hunter

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  • Targeting the Testers

    published June 13, 2006

    By the end of the month, a small band of animal rights activists could be sentenced to a maximum of seven years in federal prison after having... More >>

  • The Children's Hour

    published April 25, 2006

    Last spring, in an airless room packed with lawyers and curious Kings County Family Court officials, "Krystal Simmons"—a 16-year-old with... More >>

  • The HIV Watchers

    published April 11, 2006

    The long-anticipated draft of a bill that seeks to alter the way New York handles the medical records of people with HIV/AIDS and to simplify the... More >>

  • Hair Traffic

    published March 21, 2006

    Today, like every day, Gary Teitelbaum is surrounded by hair. Hair sprawls over his desk, lolls on a chair, spills out of boxes. Not wigs or... More >>

  • Naturopath vs. Naturopath

    published February 28, 2006

    Proponents of a state bill that would grant certain practitioners of ayurvedic medicine, homeopathy, and other unconventional treatments exclusive... More >>

  • Have AIDS, Must Travel

    published January 24, 2006

    Over 50 New York City groups providing services to people with AIDS will see a reduction in funding from the city starting March 1. The Health and... More >>

  • Personality, Interrupted

    published January 17, 2006

    If the post-holidays are bad for a lot of us, to those phoning Valerie Porr's Soho loft—which serves as ground zero for a major national... More >>

  • Mercury in Fish? Baloney!

    published January 10, 2006

    On the radio ad the high-school-principal-like baritone booms: "According to the latest study, you should not eat any fish . . . and according to... More >>

  • Liver Aid

    published January 3, 2006

    You had an excellent Chrismakwanzukah and a happy New Year, but your face is yellow and puffy and your pee smells so strong you get dizzy sitting... More >>

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