Norfolk
Norfolk
Eleanor House
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Is your partner at a loss for knowing how to support you? Take them with you to your doctor’s appointment. The two of you could benefit from a sit-down with your physician. Here’s how to make that happen. My clients who are living with chronic conditions often talk about how their partners don’t really understand...
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After years of progress, a careless and cruel president reverses course. The writers of the Trump administration’s “American Budget” for the coming fiscal year give themselves a pat on the back in advance, touting the plan on the front page as “Efficient, effective, accountable.” Just as cutting funding for effective tuberculosis programs led to resurgent...
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Timed to coincide with Black HIV Awareness Day, Wilson looks to the future Phill Wilson, the founder and longtime president and CEO of the Black AIDS Institute, will retire from the organization he launched in 1999, according to a press release. The organization is now embarking on a national search for a new CEO. Arriving...
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YouTube sensation and Broadway star of Kinky Boots Todrick Hall looked for info on dating a person with HIV but found it lacking. His partnership with the Positively Fearless campaign hopes to change that. Making a difference requires more than viral YouTube videos and Broadway stage credits. It requires action, education, and above all, passion....
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A CDC report found that half of those diagnosed with HIV in 2015 had been infected for at least three years, a seven-month improvement from 2011. Delays in the time between becoming infected with HIV and getting a diagnosis are shortening, helped by efforts to increase testing for the virus that causes AIDS, U.S. health...
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The systematic persecution of LGBTQ public servants is “an often overlooked part of Canada’s history,” Trudeau said Tuesday. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivered an official apology for his country’s past persecution of LGBTQ public servants on Tuesday. The address delivered in the House of Commons comes just over a week after Trudeau announced he...
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Donnal Walker, 52, returned home to find his HIV pills floating in floodwaters from Hurricane Harvey. He went 11 days without medication. Angelia Soloman watched out the window of her ranch house in northeast Houston as the floodwaters rose up to the windowsills. She huddled inside with her three adopted children (ages 12 to 15),...
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She’s the first transgender person elected to a major city’s governing body and the first trans person of color elected to any office in the U.S. Andrea Jenkins has won election to the Minneapolis City Council, making her the first trans person elected to a major city’s governing body and one of the first out...
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Staying healthy and living to that century mark is getting easier and easier, even when you have HIV. An HIV diagnosis was once a death sentence, but that is no longer the case for those who stay healthy. In fact, the average positive person today is expected to live to be nearly 80, roughly on...
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Research shows that for the first time in decades, HIV diagnoses fell for gay and bi men — in part thanks to preventative medication. Gay and bisexual men have a reason to feel merrier in the United Kingdom. HIV diagnoses in this group fell by 21 percent from 2015 (3,570 cases) to 2016 (2,810 cases)....
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