Araya Jackson: The staff of NAESM, Inc. would like to congratulate Araya Jackson on completing her internship in the Department of Prevention Services. Araya joined the NAESM in the summer of 2017 in pursuit of furthering her skills and experience in non-profit management. During her tenure, Araya contributed to several new implementations and was particularly […]
After facing a blood crisis, a number of banks in Mumbai have been hit by a shortage of HIV/AIDS testing kits. As a result of the shortage, the blood collected from patients cannot be used for patients. The public sector blood banks get their kits from the National AIDS Control Organization. NACO purchases these kits […]
Recently, Georgia lawmaker Betty Price sparked controversy by wondering whether people with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) could be put in quarantine to curb the infectious disease’s spread. The backlash was swift—not surprising, considering the comments’ stigmatizing implications—but it also highlighted some of the prevailing myths about the disease.On a basic level, most of us are familiar with […]
Depression and anxiety are the leading causes of mental illness in the U.S., with millions of people suffering from them each year. Research has found that bisexual people have a higher risk of each condition than people of other sexual orientations, but it hasn’t pinpointed why that’s the case. Now, a new study has some answers.The meta-analysis, which […]
Derrick “Strawberry” Cox found out that he had HIV on March 14, 2011. He’s been managing the virus ever since, an effort that’s supported by his mentor, Tony Burns—who has been managing his own HIV for nearly three decades. Their relationship centers not just on how their antiretroviral-therapy drugs are working for them, or how […]
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