Actor Charlie Sheen Makes Announcement On Today Show During Interview With Matt Lauer

'Charlie Sheen Effect' Raised HIV Awareness

Experts also suggested the celebrity can do more to take advantage of this impact.
GlaxoSmithKline Reports First Quarter Profits

HIV Cure: GlaxoSmithKline and University of North Carolina to Partner for HIV/AIDS Cure

The University of North Carolina and GlaxoSmithKline have joined forces to find the cure for AIDS, a crippling disease that caused an alarming 1,500,000 deaths in 2013.
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Cuban HIV Variant Triggering Swift Progression to AIDS

A variant of HIV has been found in Cuba, according to recent reports; and the mutation is said to be far more aggressive and rapid spreading than any other documented forms of the life-claiming virus.
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The Healthvana App Puts Medical Records, STD/HIV Testing Results At Your Fingertips

STDs/HIV can put a dead stop to the fun of sexual intercourse, drugs and adventurous experimentation. And, knowing if one has contracted a STD isn't just a matter of getting tested; it's also a matter of getting the results.
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National Latino AIDS Awareness Day (NLAAD) Educates Community About the Impact of HIV and AIDS

National Latino AIDS Awareness Day (NLAAD) has been observed on the final day of Hispanic Heritage Month, Oct. 15, since 2003. NLAAD was instituted in response to the impact of HIV and AIDS on Latino communities nationwide.
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United Nations Says HIV/AIDS Epidemic Could Come to an End by 2030

AIDS is a disease that has affected almost 75 million since the start of the epidemic in the 1980s, and it has claimed the lives of about 36 million people globally. But according to the UN, AIDS/HIV could be controlled by 2030 and ended "in every region, in every country."
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HIV/AIDS Awareness & the Hispanic Community

HIV/AID-related illness and death affects the entire community, which is why up-to-date statistics need to be continually produced and awareness needs to be continually drawn to facts surrounding the AIDs crisis and how it unduly impacts people of color.
AIDS Red Ribbon

HIV/AIDS Awareness & the Hispanic Community

HIV/AID-related illness and death affects the entire community, which is why up-to-date statistics need to be continually produced and awareness needs to be continually drawn to facts surrounding the AIDs crisis and how it unduly impacts people of color.
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Hispanic Paradox: Latinos Live Longer When Facing Cancer

John Ruiz, Ph.D., assistant professor at the University of North Texas, Department of Psychology, headed new research which supports the existence of the pseudo-mythical "Hispanic paradox," a debatable phenomenon where poor Latinos experience health that's comparable or better than other ethnicities. The Journal of "Endocrinology and Metabolism" published a new study about poor minority patients being more likely to be diagnosed with late-stage thyroid cancer and living longer, which supports Ruiz's finding.

President Obama Vows to Help Latino-Americans, Others Battle HIV/AIDS Epidemic

On Sunday, while many Americans were commuting back from their Thanksgiving weekend, lugging baggage and leftovers from Grandma, many might have been too busy to take a moment and reflect on World AIDS Day, which is observed every year on Dec. 1.

President Obama Vows to Help Latino-Americans, Others Battle HIV/AIDS Epidemic

On Sunday, while many Americans were commuting back from their Thanksgiving weekend, lugging baggage and leftovers from Grandma, many might have been too busy to take a moment and reflect on World AIDS Day, which is observed every year on Dec. 1.
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World AIDS Day: Celebrations around the World

World AIDS Day recently celebrated its 25th anniversary on December 1 which helped the entire world reflect on the milestones made in heightening the awareness level of every person and community about the HIV epidemic around the globe.
Birth Control is Essential to a Woman’s Economic Security, Yet Barriers Persist for Non-White, Low Income Women

Young Hispanic Women Still Struggling to Get Ahead

Young Hispanic women have the highest rate of teen parenthood when compared to other major ethnic or racial groups in the country.
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