What Really Fuels the Black AIDS Epidemic?

In today's link roundup: There's more to African Americans and HIV than men on the DL. Plus: Nas and Alicia Keys appeared with Jay-Z at last night's concert. 

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Jay-Z at Carnegie Hall: The new father performed "Glory," old standards, and duets with Alicia Keys and Nas.

What really fuels the black HIV/AIDS epidemic? Hint: It's not just the DL. Take a look at what HIV advocates from across the country say is really worsening the epidemic in the African-American community.

Mental illness: Do blacks suffer more? Black Americans are far more likely than their white countrymen to be labeled schizophrenic, one of psychiatry's most serious and intractable diagnoses. But a new study suggests that psychiatric bias, compounded by the squishiness of diagnostic standards in psychiatry, may account for some of that difference, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Beyoncé makes first post-baby appearance: She stepped out on Monday for the first time since giving birth to daughter Blue Ivy Carter. Check out photos at the Huffington Post.

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