December 1 is recognized globally as World AIDS Day. The World Health Organization (WHO) established the annual observance in 1988 as a way to offer…
Weather: Today: Cloudy with a few showers. High: 64 News you can use hot off the press… World Aids Day! It’s Dec. 1 and “World Aids Day!” This a day of coming together in the fight against HIV, as well as support people living with HIV and to remember those who have died from AIDS. […]
As millions of people around the globe observed World AIDS Day on Sunday, Bishop T.D. Jakes (pictured) and his Potter’s House megachurch, provided free HIV testing to throngs of Dallas residents. Jakes wanted to get the much-needed message across that getting tested is “easy, simple and important,” according to The Christian Post. RELATED: Adult Film Actress […]
In 2006 William Brawner revealed in a magazine article that he had AIDS. The news shocked his friend and former Howard University classmates. Brawner was somewhat of a ladies man and was so in denial of his status that he often practiced unprotected sex. SEE ALSO: World Records Broken In 2011 Now he is on […]
NEW YORK (AP) — Health officials said Thursday they are recommending that any person living with HIV be offered AIDS drugs as soon as they are diagnosed with the virus, an aggressive move that has been shown to prolong life and stem the spread of the disease. Standard practice has been to have patients put […]
Congratulations! You have the opportunity to be a part of this important day all over the world. Millions of people are living with HIV and AIDS. We must continue to raise awareness and protect ourselves and others.
I’m proud of my fellow Michigan native Magic Johnson for many things. His accomplishments in sports, business and music are impressive however it’s his tenacious commitment to the fight of raising awareness, cause and treatment of HIV and AIDS that’s quite inspirational. Not only do I believe this, others such as the AIDS Health Foundation […]
December 1st marks World AIDS Day 2010 all around the world. People famous and not so famous are making the most out of this day to raise awareness and celebrate loved ones who are dealing with this disease, lost the battle and highlighting positive developments with research and prevention.