World AIDS Day: the best way to fight disease would be to reduce sodomy

Today is World AIDS Day, so don’t forget to put on your red ribbon and exhibit a sorrow-stricken face.

In Europe more than 142,000 people were diagnosed with HIV last year, according to the… 435 kata lagi

Morning Prayer 1.12.15, Charles de Foucauld, Hermit & Martyr in the Sahara, 1916

They do not know how to do right, says the LORD,
those who store up violence and robbery in their strongholds.

In the wilderness prepare the way of the Lord, make straight in the desert a highway for our God. 2.678 kata lagi

Jesus Christ

Intravenous drug injection sites such as Vancouver’s Insite are cost-effective, study shows

A new Canadian study about supervised injection sites for intravenous drug users concludes that they are cost-effective to the health care system — an argument that is likely to be advanced as several Canadian cities takes steps to open facilities like Vancouver’s long-running Insite. 407 kata lagi

Sex in Two and a Half Minutes

Swaziland is a sexy country.

Perhaps this is why, a decade ago, it lost a quarter of its population to HIV/AIDS and continues to have the highest prevalence of HIV in the world. 294 kata lagi


'We're not just groins:' Canada's indigenous people on HIV-AIDS

By Danielle Doiron, @dmdoiron

The risk of an indigenous Canadian contracting the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is 3.6 times higher than for other Canadians, but patients and advocates say the virus is only part of the problem. 846 kata lagi

Winnipeg News

December 1st is celebrated as World AIDS Day each year.

This year the theme is “Getting to zero: End AIDS by 2030”.

Key Messages:

New infections have fallen by 35% since 2000 and AIDS-related deaths by 24%. 213 kata lagi


Living with HIV/AIDS: What Can I Be Thankful For?

This post was written by BLC guest blogger Rob Quinn

The holidays are here and in New England the colorful leaves of fall release their hold on tall tree branches and float easily to the ground. 796 kata lagi