HIV Rates Higher Among Those 50 Years and Older

HIV Rates Higher Among Those 50 Years and Older

Americans 50 years and older make up the highest group of individuals living with HIV, human immunodeficiency¬†virus. In 2014, the CDC reported living with diagnosed HIV by age group, the two highest groups were ages 50-54 and 55-59. There is a significant drop, greater than 5,000, for ages 60-64. Ages 65 and older show a […]

Atlanta Ranks Number One Nationwide With HIV

Atlanta Ranks Number One Nationwide With HIV

Recent studies confirm that Atlanta is known for more than its musical heritage, Southern hospitality, sports teams and good food. It has also hit the map as the number one city for HIV. According to a recent report, when it comes to the rate of new HIV cases diagnosed, the capital of the New South […]

HIV Self-Testing Kits Will Battle Transfer Among Youth

HIV Self-Testing Kits Will Battle Transfer Among Youth

HIV, or human immunodeficiency virus, is one of the leading killers among young people. It is found worldwide and with no cure, the disease continues to spread rapidly. However, it has been predicted that the rise in self-testing kits will help battle the transfer of HIV among young people. The World Health Organization (WHO) has […]

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