World AIDS Day is the perfect time to unlearn the nonsense and put the conspiracy theories to rest.

December 1st is World AIDS Day and actress and longtime philanthropist Sheryl Lee Ralph is committed to getting the word out about the importance of…

Today is World AIDS Day, a day of awareness of HIV/AIDS which in this day and time with new medicines and treatments, is a manageable disease. However, there is still no cure. Several of your favorite celebrities lend their fame, time and money to causes that support awareness and research. Just to name a few, […]

via: In the United States, more than 6,500 people are waiting for HIV/AIDS drugs from a government program. The AIDS Drug Assistance Program provides medication to people with HIV/AIDS who are uninsured, low-income and otherwise unable to afford the life-saving drugs. These drugs can cost upwards of $4,000 a month. In 12 states, ADAP […]

As we recognize World AIDS Day today, its imperative that we continue to raise awareness and educate the masses.  Being responsible and protecting ourselves and others is one of our main goals. 

From the time she was seven years old Hydeia Broadbent has been at the forefront of spreading awareness about the impact of HIV & AIDS. In 1996, her infamous statement at the Republican Convention– “I am the future and I have AIDS” — catapulted her and the reality of the disease to national acclaim. Infected […]

Congratulations! You have the opportunity to be a part of this important day all over the world.  Millions of people are living with HIV and AIDS.  We must continue to raise awareness and protect ourselves and others. 

I’m proud of my fellow Michigan native Magic Johnson for many things.  His accomplishments in sports, business and music are impressive however it’s his tenacious commitment to the fight of raising awareness, cause and treatment of HIV and AIDS that’s quite inspirational.  Not only do I believe this, others such as the AIDS Health Foundation […]

December 1st marks World AIDS Day 2010 all around the world.  People famous and not so famous are making the most out of this  day to raise awareness and celebrate loved ones who are dealing with this disease, lost the battle and highlighting positive developments with research and prevention.