World AIDS Day is December 1.
TeachAIDS has been universally feted for producing HIV/AIDS material that bypass the stigma of the disease and sex and provide life-saving tips. It has proved to be one of the most anti-HIV
The theme for World AIDS Days from 2011-2015 is ‘Getting to Zero’ – zero new infections, zero discrimination and zero AIDS-related deaths. To achieve that we have to provide the proper facilities, treatment and services to
A canine virus could be the springboard for developing a super potent human vaccine, thanks to a University of Georgia discovery. ’We can use this virus as a vector (delivery vehicle) for all kinds of pathogens that are
Chronic infections such as HIV, hepatitis and tuberculosis could possibly be treated and subdued by a gene that protects the human embryo. The newly discovered gene, called Arih2, is basic to the immune system - making critical
The number of people diagnosed with AIDS in Cuba from 1986 to Oct 23, 2012 totals some 17,224, of whom 80 percent are still alive, official media said Monday. In a statement to the official weekly Trabajadores, the head of AIDS
World AIDS Day might be one week away but the stigma and paranoia attached to the disease still hasn't subsided in our country. In a shocking incident of stigmatisation, an HIV positive family was forced out of their home and
According to a UN report, experts are hopeful that AIDS could be eradicated in future due to better access to drugs that can both treat and prevent it, as the numbers infected with incurable human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
While there are still concerns about the battle against HIV/AIDS considering the diminishing global funds there is good news for Mumbai – the city christened the 'HIV capital' of India. Casualties have from AIDS have gone
After the first female condom launched in Zimbabwe was discontinued as it ‘made a lot of noise during the act’, an AIDS support organisation in the country will launch a new and modified one.
Women and AIDS Support Network
A recent UN report suggests that there is hope as far as the worldwide AIDS pandemic is concerned. The report goes on to suggest that it is a notion that’s not just visionary but ‘entirely feasible’. Better access to drugs
Could cow's milk cure HIV/AIDS?
A study has claimed that antibodies from cow's milk that protect against HIV can be potentially developed into affordable creams that can help protect humans against the infection. Dr Marit
We often get very basic queries about condoms on our Q&A section like:
'Hi. I am Naman. I am 17 years old and in class 11th. I want to have sex with my girlfriend and I think we might finally do it. Do I need to use a
Holding Kalawati Saran Children Hospital (KSCH) and its doctor Ajay Kumar guilty of transfusing HIV infected blood to a child 14 years ago in his infancy, the Delhi Consumer Commission has ordered to pay Rs 10 lakh as damages to
Two years ago 40-year old Anuradha, who is HIV positive, came to Jaipur with a frail body and weak mind clouded with uncertainty about her future. Today she is a "mother" to similarly-affected 25 children at Rays-Asha Ki Ek