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AIDS Activists Take On The High Price Of HIV Prevention Pill

ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: In the 1980s and ’90s, a group of AIDS activists called ACT UP demanded action from the U.S. government in a dramatic way. (SOUNDBITE OF PROTEST) UNIDENTIFIED PEOPLE: Act up. Fight back. Fight AIDS. SHAPIRO: This was 1988.

An end to AIDS is in sight

An antiretroviral treatment developed by researchers at University College London (UCL) and the University of Copenhagen has reduced the possibility of passing on the virus that causes AIDS to zero. The study, named PARTNER2, involved nearly 1,000 European gay couples in which

Advocacy program on HIV & AIDS for Church workers

DIMAPUR, MAY 27 (MExN): To make its ministry relevant to the present changing time, the Nagaland Development Outreach (Development wing of NBCC) has identified Health (Specifically HIV & AIDS) as one of the pertaining issues that concerns Naga Society. The Nagaland

Money & relationships: What should you do if your spouse spends impulsively?

Are you having frequent arguments with your husband over his impulsive spending on gadgets? Are the erratic and extravagant purchases by your wife throwing your budgetout of gear and risking your goals? Poor financial habits, including impulsive buying, are a big cause of discord

About Last Night: How do I move on from a bad relationship?

Giving up an affair can be as hard as quitting cigarettes. Q: I’m struggling to let go of my ex, and am allowing him to keep mistreating me. We agreed to part in February, but I’m drawn to him. He doesn’t want

Bajaj Auto’s margin to remain lower than historical highs, eyes ‘complete product portfolio’

Higher raw material costs and greater volumes of a loss-making model will restrict Bajaj Auto’s attempts to drive its operating margin back to historical highs of 20 percent. The Pune-based maker of motorcycles and three-wheelers declared an earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and

Meet The Women’s Health Companies Disrupting The Wearable Space

Mother’s Day marked the beginning of National Women’s Health Week (NWHW), an initiative by the U.S. Department of Health aimed at raising awareness about issues that affect women, and inviting them to take the time to practice self-care. Proper nutrition, exercising and

World AIDS Vaccine Day: Myths and facts about the AIDS vaccine you should know!

According to UNAIDS, there were approximately 36.9 million people affected by ADIS in 2017, all over the world. These numbers speak for the importance of awareness about AIDS and its preventive measures. World AIDS Vaccine Day: Myths and facts about the

Passion trumps love for sex in relationships

Men initiate sex more than three times as often as women do in a long-term, heterosexual relationship. However, previous research shows that sex happens far more often whenever the woman takes the initiative, suggesting that it is the woman who thus

John Arnold: Trump administration’s good effort on drug rebates is bad policy

Earlier this month, the Congressional Budget Office delivered bad newsfor anyone hoping for a quick fix on the high price of prescription drugs. The CBO projected that a rule proposed in January by the Department of Health and Human Services aimed at lowering out-of-pocket