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There are certain questions around HIV that you might want answers to but are too afraid to ask. Not knowing having answers to certain questions can g...
Getting tested for HIV and other STIs is a very important and responsible step that we need to practice regularly in our lives. Here's more:
Did you also know that women aged between 15 and 24 have a higher rate of HIV than any other group in South Africa? Here are a few reasons why:
The word stigma means the shame or disgrace that is attached to something that’s rejected by society and considered to be socially unacceptable. Here are a few ways to avoid stigmatising HIV:
Living with HIV as a pregnant woman can be a stressful because of the fear of possibly infecting your child due to the high risk. But it is possible to prevent your baby being infected. Here's how:
If you’re living with or are affected by HIV, you’ve probably heard the term “undetectable”. This is what it means:
The effect of HIV is to multiply in the body and damage the immune system by making it weak. Here are 6 examples of HIV-related opportunistic infections.
In adults, the main routes of transmission can be horizontal whilst in kids, it is mostly vertical. You might be asking, so what does that even mean? Here’s a breakdown.
When HIV was first discovered, it was viewed with a lot of fear and seen as a deadly disease. Thankfully, it can be prevented and managed better. Read more.
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