Communities across the nation are encouraging people of all ages and sexual orientations to participate today in National HIV Testing Day.
While HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment remains a prominent issue in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, staff at health centers such as Howard Brown Health Center in Chicago know it is not the only public health issue of concern. Read more in this report from The Nation's Health.
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APHA rolled out its newest public health infographic today to amplify a continuing drumbeat around public health’s major contributions to the fight against HIV/AIDS in the U.S.
Today is National HIV Testing Day, hosted by AIDS.gov to address one simple fact: More than 1.1 million people in the U.S. are living with HIV, yet one in five is unaware of it.
The facts about condom use show that most sexually active people use them incorrectly, if at all. Two-thirds of sex acts among single adults don’t involve a condom. Experts say these problems are easily solvable.
Working odd hours may increase likelihood of heart diseases; public health department says breaking up isn’t so hard to do with education; and should New York City be more lenient on sick days? These stories and more topping public health headlines today, Friday, July 27, 2012.
The crown symbol of the fight against HIV/AIDS now weighs 54 tons, spans 1.3 million square feet and includes 94,000-plus names on more than 48,000 panels. The NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt has come a long way since its inception and Joan Juster helped get it off the ground.
Monday’s sessions at the week-long XIX International AIDS Conference brought together policymakers, entertainers, doctors and global ambassadors of public health to champion the theme of this year’s event: “Turning the tide together.”