First lady Jill Biden (right) speaks onstage with Postmaster General Louis DeJoy and Anne Peterson, former first lady Nancy Reagan's niece, at the unveiling of the Nancy Reagan stamp at the White House on Monday.Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images Members of the LGBTQ+ community are calling a new stamp featuring former first lady Nancy Reagan a "slap in the … Continue reading Why the LGBTQ+ community slammed Nancy Reagan’s stamp
The preliminary results of one of the largest HIV surveys ever undertaken suggest the disease could be just half as prevalent in Nigeria as previously thought. Africa’s most populous country had already been marked as successful in reducing its rate from 3.7 percent in 2002 to 2.8 percent in 2017, according to estimates from the United Nations’ dedicated agency UNAIDS. “The … Continue reading The truth about HIV rate in Nigeria
Sir Elton John expressed disappointment over what he described as “lies and confusion” spread in the media about Brexit, adding that most British citizens did not understand what they voted for in 2016. Speaking in an interview with Channel 4 News, the British singer said many Brexit-supporters were deceived with phony and ridiculous promises before … Continue reading Elton John shares opinion on Brexit, AIDS and the LGBT community
Ahead of World AIDS Day, an event which is marked annually on 1 December, the United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) has released new guidelines on HIV self-testing. This is expected to help millions of people know their HIV status and get treatment. On Tuesday, the world body released a statement which claims that nearly … Continue reading UN Health Agency provides Guidelines for HIV Self-Testing
Clever ad campaign from UEFA EURO 2016 Organizers against AIDS says: MAKE LOVE, NOT WAR. The organizers know a lot of people, especially within Europe will be visiting France to celebrate the Euro 2016 event so Sexually Transmitted Diseases will surely pose a big threat. One might say it's awesome to see organizations take up … Continue reading UEFA EURO 2016 Advert Says: Make Love, Not War.