"We still have people here who think you can get HIV from a toilet seat, and families who make HIV-positive members eat on the porch on Thanksgiving. They've heard that you can't get HIV that way, but for some reason they don't believe it."
The Harm Reduction Coalition is launching a new strategy of supporting local advocates in five key states of the Appalachian region.
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Being able to hold open, honest conversations with your providers is vital to good health. That's why it's important to feel at ease with your providers -- even in discussions that can make either or both of you uneasy.
Take the time to consider these tips and take action. Being unprepared when changing providers can create much unnecessary stress in a process that can be smooth.
Here's a sampling of voices of people living with HIV recalling their own encounters with faith.
Youth Health Empowerment Project (Y-HEP) is a program that teens and young adults find their next steps in HIV care.
When you or your loved ones are faced with an HIV diagnosis there are several principles that can make the process easier and guide you through this difficult period of transition.
Positive Women's Network-USA's second National Leadership Summit for Women with HIV is much more than a conference: The gathering will also serve as a launch pad for women with HIV advocating for themselves and others.
Aaron Laxton and Mathew Rodriguez decided to start Positive Radio Network, a weekly online radio show, as an open space for the HIV community to discuss important issues.