HIV and AIDS in the News

Articles featured below include news about or mention of HIV and AIDS. This is page 3 of 7.

Global use of rotavirus vaccines recommended

WHO has recommended that rotavirus vaccination be included in all national immunization programmes to provide protection against a virus that is responsible for more than 500 000 diarrhoeal deaths ...

05 Jun '09 | Rotavirus | International

Campaign Targets Sexually Transmitted Infections

An Australian national campaign has been launched to reduce the rate of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) among Australians, especially young people and Indigenous people.

29 May '09 | STIs | Australia

Football rivals united in the goal of an AIDS free generation

At 19.45pm GMT on 27 May 2009, Manchester United and FC Barcelona meet in the UEFA Champions League Final for the first time. On the pitch Manchester United and Barcelona are football rivals. Off t...

27 May '09 | 2009 UEFA Champions League Final | Rome, Italy

New guide explains UK prosecutions for HIV transmission

The recent guide entitled 'Prosecutions for HIV Transmission'explains UK law (England and Wales) concerning HIV transmission in a straightforward way, answers some common questions and provides pra...

22 May '09 | HIV | UK

UNICEF continues support for China earthquake recovery

One year after a devastating 8.0 Richter scale earthquake hit China’s Sichuan province, extensive assistance from the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is reaching some of the most vulnerable...

14 May '09 | China

New issue of MAMBO magazine raises questions about faith and sexual health

New issue of MAMBO magazine raises questions about faith and sexual health. A London-based pastor argues that churches can no longer afford to ignore their responsibility to promote knowledge and a...

06 May '09 | HIV | UK

One year after cyclone, Myanmar on hard road to recovery

01 May '09 | Cyclone recovery | Myanmar

Equality Bill ignores discrimination faced by job seekers with disabilities

A coalition of charities is calling for an amendment to the Equality Bill to reduce discrimination faced by job seekers conditions such as mental illness or HIV. In the USA and some European countr...

24 Apr '09 | Equality Bill (Law) | UK

People diagnosed with HIV still refused entry to USA, warns THT

HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) is warning that people living with HIV remain banned from travelling to the USA unless they have specifically applied for a visa to do so....

20 Apr '09 | HIV | Travel to USA

Get pampered at the Body Shop in Brighton and raise funds for THT

On Sat 18th April 2009 the Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) is holding a fundraiser event in Brighton, Sussex (England). Shoppers are invited to make a donation in return for a hand massage or make over.

15 Apr '09 | Brighton, England

THT and regional partners aim to roll out Play Zone nationally

After a successful pilot in London and Brighton, Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) is working with a range of regional HIV and sexual health organisations to launch Play Zone across England and Wales. P...

14 Apr '09 | UK-wide

UNICEF responds in Chad as children escape conflict

UNICEF is assisting thousands of children who are fleeing the conflict in the neighboring Central African Republic (CAR). More than 3,000 new refugees have arrived in Chad, in addition to the 7,000...

03 Apr '09 | Chad

HIV-related TB deaths higher than past estimates

24 Mar '09 | Tuberculosis (TB)

Ask Angels: St Swithin's day if thou dost rain, For forty days it will remain, St Swithun's day if thou be fair, For forty days 'twill rain na mair'

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