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4 Things You'd Say to Your Younger (Positive or Not) Self Img
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4 Things You'd Say to Your Younger (Positive or Not) Self

"I decided to reach out to a few people older than me, who have lived longer with HIV, to learn from them," writes Deondre Moore. "What insight do they have for a younger me -- or a younger them?"

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Measuring Stigma: Where Do We Go From Here?

"Stigma isn't abstract; it's very, very real," writes Laura Nyblade, Ph.D. "We have come a long way to measure and understand stigma, but we have much further to go to ensure our findings drive real action."

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White House Meeting on HIV Stigma Examines Interventions, Measures, Actions

"The gathering brought together researchers and other stakeholders from across the U.S. and around the world including representatives from Federal agencies, leading academic institutions, the legal community, advocates and ministers for a rich conve...

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Words Matter: Communicating to End HIV-Related Stigma

"We can make real progress to reduce stigma and ensure that fewer people get HIV," writes Richard J. Wolitski "We need to learn from those who are successfully addressing stigma [and] replicate their approaches in other places and communities."

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Mental Health and HIV: What Should You Know

According to the CDC, 1 in 4 people will experience mental health problems in their lifetime. Here, one person living with mental health problems discusses how it interacts with having HIV.

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Asian/Pacific-Americans

10 Reasons to Address HIV/AIDS in Asian-American and Pacific-Islander Communities

This article was provided by AIDS.gov.

Each year on May 19, we take time to reflect on the impact of the HIV epidemic on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs). This includes listening to members of AAPI communities as they discuss how HIV ha...

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Caribbean Americans

Caribbean-American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: HIV in the Caribbean Region

Note: In the United States, Caribbean-American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is June 8. For this observance, Caribbean-American leaders sponsor diverse activities to create awareness of the HIV/AIDS epidemic and the health status of Caribbean-Americans with...

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One in Four Is Too Many

A recent report on HIV among U.S. youth "is a vivid and compelling reminder [that] too many young people become infected and too few are tested for HIV," Evelyn Kappeler of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services asserts.

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USG @ AIDS 2012 Video: Dr. Koh and Ambassador Goosby

The XIX International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012) is the largest meeting of individuals from around the world working to end the HIV/AIDS pandemic. In this video interview, Dr. Howard Koh, Assistant Secretary for Health at the U.S. Department of Heal...

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The Global Perspective on HIV/AIDS and Mental Health

As AIDS 2012 (the XIX International AIDS Conference) continues in Washington, DC, we are reminded of the numerous, multiple, and far-reaching impacts this epidemic has had in the past 30-plus years.  The burden of being HIV positive, or caring for lo...