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HIV - AIDS

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  • Dine at Francesca restaurants, donate to AIDS Foundation Monday

    Dine at Francesca restaurants, donate to AIDS Foundation Monday
    If you dine at one of several Francesca restaurants Monday, some of your bill will benefit AIDS awareness and advocacy. Francesca's Tavola (Arlington Heights), along with Chicago-based Mia Francesca (3311 N. Clark St.), Francesca's Bryn Mawr (1039 W....
  • World AIDS Day 2014: HIV, AIDS diagnoses, deaths dropping in L.A.

    World AIDS Day 2014: HIV, AIDS diagnoses, deaths dropping in L.A.
    On World AIDS Day, here's a quick overview of HIV/AIDS in Los Angeles County. According to the county Division of HIV and STD Programs, there were 47,148 people living with HIV in the county as of Dec. 31, 2013. Improved HIV treatment over the years has...
  • Dance aims to raise AIDS awareness

    Dance aims to raise AIDS awareness
    AIDS and the HIV virus continue to affect hundreds of thousands of Americans, especially blacks. The rate of new HIV infection in blacks is eight times that of whites based on population size, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and...
  • Newport News clinic holding HIV/AIDS awareness event on Monday, World AIDS Day

    Newport News clinic holding HIV/AIDS awareness event on Monday, World AIDS Day
    Only 30 percent of Americans with HIV have the virus under control, according to "Vital Signs," a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It reported that two-thirds of the 1.2 million living with HIV in 2011 had not...
  • On World AIDS Day, Broward residents strive to end stigma of disease

    FORT LAUDERDALE Rosalind Osgood's father hid his AIDS diagnosis from his family and died alone in a health care facility several years ago. "He didn't want to put his family through the agony because he felt that the stigma was just too much for us to...
  • AIDS campaigners say pandemic has finally reached tipping point

    AIDS campaigners say pandemic has finally reached tipping point
    The world has finally reached "the beginning of the end" of the AIDS pandemic that has infected and killed millions in the past 30 years, according to a leading campaign group fighting HIV. The number of people newly infected with HIV over the last...
  • World Aids Day ceremony sparks hope amid sorrow

    World Aids Day ceremony sparks hope amid sorrow
    Tears of sadness, joy and hope were shed Monday during the Lake County Health Department's annual ceremony marking World AIDS Day. In front of more than 100 people at the Waukegan ceremony, speaker Jason Hart shared that he is HIV positive. When...
  • Andy Cohen's 'Shallow Year' revealed

    "When virtue and modesty enlighten her charms, the lustre of a beautiful woman is brighter than the stars of heaven, and the influence of her power it is in vain to resist," said Akenaton. SPEAKING OF the wife of Ralph Lauren, I should say that over...
  • On World AIDS Day In Hartford, Still Fighting The Stigma

    On World AIDS Day In Hartford, Still Fighting The Stigma
    HARTFORD — The names arose from clear voices and a few murmurs Monday in a third-floor office on Albany Avenue. Victor. Cecilia. Vivian Henry. Jose. Iris. Kevin Perry. For a minute and a half, in the stillness of the small Connections Wellness...
  • Joyce Brabner looks back at the early days of AIDS

    Yesterday was World AIDS Day, a commemoration that always puts me in mind of the summer of 1983, when it was impossible not to see young men die. This was in the West Village, where my girlfriend had a sublet, and I spent much of July and August trying...
  • International baby trial hopes to find Achilles' heel in HIV

    International baby trial hopes to find Achilles' heel in HIV
    The case shocked experts and raised hopes -- at least temporarily -- that HIV was functionally curable in its tiniest victims. A Mississippi baby who was infected at birth appeared to remain clear of the virus for nearly two years, even though she was...