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Rate of HIV Infection Is the Lowest in 15 Years

A new report from UNAIDS in advance of World AIDS Day shows some impressive progress in the fight against HIV. There were 2 million new HIV infections around the world in 2014–15, the lowest since 2000, when 3.1 million people worldwide were diagnosed with HIV. 275 more words

Tagalog news: Social hygienic clinic, binuksan sa Puerto Princesa

PUERTO PRINCESA, Palawan, Nob. 23 (PIA) — Binuksan sa lungsod kamakailan ang Sundown Clinic, isang social hygiene clinic na itinayo ng Puerto Princesa City Health Office. 199 more words


Kenya: Maasai Cricket Warriors Fighting For Women's Rights

The traditional life of a Maasai warrior in Kenya involves learning how to hunt and herd cattle. One group of Maasai warriors have now learnt a surprising new skill – playing cricket – and they’ve formed a team. 364 more words

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Do you feel bad for Charlie Sheen?

Charlie Sheen’s recent reveal that he is HIV-positive has sparked a great deal of emotion in the pop culture and “news” worlds.

It’s a hard three letters to absorb.

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Getting Through The Toughest Test (with bonus hacks and leakages)

Yes and no. Reactive and nonreactive. Positive and negative. It will only give you two answers but you will definitely hold your breath in between the process. 1,021 more words

HIV - How to increase adherence to treatment?

COMINSUD collaborates with the Elisabeth Taylor Aids Foundation to provide direct care and services to people living with HIV and AIDS (PLWHA).  In the run of the project we developed a flyer and a poster to explain what adherence means, how it is done and why it is so important. 101 more words