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Time to Saddle Up LA for AIDS benefit
The Life Group L.A. presents its Award Winning, 9th Annual "Saddle Up LA." (www.SaddleUpLA.org). An AIDS Benefit Horseback Trail Ride and Country BBQ which will be held Saturday July 12th in the Beautiful and...
Is the HIV/AIDS epidemic close to an end?
Researchers examine promising cures to end the global epidemicHIV/AIDS has remained on the top ten leading causes of death worldwide during the last ten years according to the World Health Organization (WHO). For the last three decades scientists, clinicians...
Life goes on after an HIV diagnosis
It has been well over 30 years since the first cases of HIV were reported in the United States. According to amFARThere are approximately 1.1 million people living with HIV/AIDS in the United States. It is...
Man's best friend provides emotional support
For nearly 15,000 years, possibly more, dogs shared their lives with humans. They've become part of the family, our protectors, buddies and even our helpers around the house and yes even at work. In fact, according to...
Dallas Buyers Club: My Life In A Movie
The Oscars® are over and the winners are partied out. Statues given and hangovers cured. Now the members of the Academy are looking at who will win next year. “12 Years a Slave” won for best...
HIV prevention shot: Experimental drug shows big promise
HIV prevention shot shows big promise in study. Macaques were studied to perform research on an intravenous shot for humans. According to Scientific American on Mar. 4, the approach only requires a shot four times per year. ...
HIV: A disease that does not discriminate
When people hear the term HIV, there are a number of different reactions. Some are indifferent, while others are intimidated. Some imagine dramatic movie scenes, while others picture an emaciated patient wasting away in a hospital bed. A lot people...
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