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Perceptions of HIV in Hard Hit Areas

The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) has released a new and enlightening report from a 12-city project initiated by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The Department created the plan to enhance HIV prevention, care and treatment in cities with high HIV/AIDS burden. These metropolitan cities represent 44% of the U.S.’s AIDS […]

Research: Transitioning Teens with HIV into Adult Care

This week, to follow theme of our recently published Healthy Generations: MCH in the New Era of HIV, we will be posting articles, pictures, organizations, and advocacy efforts addressing HIV issues today. Come back, check-out the blog, and keep updated on the posts! In January 2011, the Journal of Pediatric Health Care published an article […]

Women, HIV/AIDS and Art

The HIV/AIDS Resource Center for Women developed by the website The Body is committed to providing resources on the HIV/AIDS epidemic in women. They have created a special report entitled HIV & Me: A Woman’s Guide to Living with HIV, as well as news, roundtables, and information on pregnancy, complications and relationships. The site also […]

World AIDS Day 2010

Today is World AIDS Day 2010 and the U.S. is joining more than 200 countries around the globe to call attention to the worldwide epidemic. Roughly 33 million people are estimated to be living with HIV or AIDS around the globe. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 56,300 new HIV cases […]

The White House Office of National AIDS Policy announces online “Call to Action”

On October 2nd, the White House Office of National AIDS Policy (ONAP) met with over 200 community members in Minneapolis to discuss HIV and the issues confronted by our citizens here in Minnesota and surrounding areas.  Jeff Crowley, ONAP Director, explained the need for help from communities and individuals across the United States to provide […]