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HIV - AIDS

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  • Health Calendar: Fair to promote HIV awareness set for June 27

    Health screenings, events and support groups throughout the county. EVENTS DEMENTIA 102: BrightStar Care will present "How Things Change" at 1 p.m. June 24 at Park Place Senior Center, 414 S. Lewis Ave., Waukegan. This interactive program will help...
  • Central Indiana county seeks needle-exchange program

    Officials in a central Indiana county declared a public health emergency Tuesday over a growing number of hepatitis C cases and are requesting state approval for starting a needle-exchange program. The Madison County commissioners voted to take those...
  • DIFFA's 27th Imagine Ball raises nearly $500,000 to fight AIDS

     DIFFA's 27th Imagine Ball raises nearly $500,000 to fight AIDS
    Stormy weather and a Chicago Blackhawks playoff game didn't deter more than 600 supporters from attending The DIFFA/Chicago Believe 2015 Gala: The Imagine Ball. This 27th annual fundraiser for Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS/Chicago was held...
  • Miley Cyrus brings agender date to amfAR gala

    Miley Cyrus and late-night talk show host Andy Cohen were recognized Tuesday in New York at amfAR's sixth annual Inspiration Gala for their work in the fight against AIDS. "It's really fun to be in the company of Miley Cyrus," said Cohen, the host of...
  • Indiana to keep HIV outbreak response center open for 1 year

    With the largest HIV outbreak in Indiana history on the wane, a state-run community outreach center that's been in operation since late March will close next week and reopen at another location, state health officials said Wednesday. State Health...
  • Louisville prepares to launch needle-exchange program

    Kentucky's largest city is taking the lead as its first to offer a needle-exchange program, but other communities are reviewing such swaps as a way to combat heroin addiction, prevent the spread of diseases and steer drug users toward treatment. Needle...
  • Five Things To Know At The Capitol Today

    Five Things To Know At The Capitol Today
    1. AIDS Awareness Day will be marked with a rally Tuesday on the Capitol grounds. The 10 a.m. event is sponsored by AIDS Connecticut and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and other state officials are expected to attend. There are 10,637 people in Connecticut...
  • Artist honors Jewish Gulf War vet with painting

    Artist honors Jewish Gulf War vet with painting
    Artist and oncologist Dr. Wilma Bulkin Siegel showcases her paintings of returning Gulf War veterans, such as Jewish war veteran Major Howard Perl of Weston, as part of a new exhibit titled "Inside /Out, Art As Healing Therapy" taking place at ArtServe in...
  • State Rep. Edwards helps distribute food to families

    State Rep. Edwards helps distribute food to families
    On the day before Mother's Day, State Rep. Katie Edwards, D-Plantation, helped organize a food-distribution event which provided goods for 443 families. Organized as a drive-thru event at Plantation High School, the food distribution drew a line of...
  • Rally Planned At Capitol For AIDS Awareness Day

    HARTFORD (AP) — AIDS activists and advocates are expected to rally at the Connecticut state Capitol this week. Tuesday will mark the 15th Annual AIDS Awareness Day in Connecticut. The event is sponsored by AIDS Connecticut and is intended to raise...
  • Hartford's Art For AIDS Raises Money For Richard Fried Fund

    Hartford's Art For AIDS Raises Money For Richard Fried Fund
    It didn't take long for the line around the perimeter of the gallery at ArtSpace in Hartford to become three-deep Saturday night. It was all part of the sixth annual Aids CT "Art for Aids" fundraiser, one that features the fondly notorious "Art Grab."...