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HIV conversation moves forward, but stigma remains

A recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) showed yet another medical disparity Black Americans are taking on but few...

HIV conversation moves forward, but stigma remains

A recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) showed yet another medical disparity Black Americans are taking on but few...

America’s Opioid Crisis Complicates Effort to Stop HIV: Solutions Explored in Indiana Pave the Path to Success

As CDC Director and U.S. Surgeon General, we’ve been crisscrossing the United States in recent months, meeting with local public health leaders and community...

Guide helps pastors incorporate HIV into ministry

The Black Church & HIV: The Social Justice Imperative has released a newly updated pastoral resource for faith leaders in honor of Minority Health...

GET TESTED ON NATIONAL HIV TESTING DAY, JUNE 27

The question is easy.  The answer perhaps not so much.  Have you been tested for HIV? Saturday, June 27 marks the 20th annual National HIV...

Free STD Testing at Planned Parenthood April 20-25

Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky (PPINK) announced today that it will offer free STD and HIV tests at participating health centers April 20-25 as part...

Indianapolis Recorder hosts Community Health and Wellness Fair

On Saturday September 20, the Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper in partnership with Brothers United Inc., a non-profit agency that provides high quality, comprehensive prevention and...

Many sexually active U.S. teens not tested for HIV

Only one in five sexually active U.S. teens has been tested for HIV, a new government report shows.That percentage is concerning because teens make...

HIV awareness involves both young and old

“It’s Your Turn to Prevent HIV/AIDS: Individual Call to Action,” was the theme of the 10th Annual Statewide HIV Awareness Program that recently took...

Straight talk about HIV and AIDS

This weekend the church I attend was visited by a priest from Kenya who enlightened the parishioners on the toll HIV/AIDS has taken in...
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