India is the first in South Asia to pass a bill banning discrimination against people living with HIV/AIDS. The bill is now awaiting for Presidential approval to finally become a law.
Now they are known to be "functionally" cured, meaning they do not need to take Art even though they may still harbor the HIV virus. The same is true with a perinatally infected baby who stopped ART at 5, continues to be in remission now at 18 years old. However, the Mississippi baby is not so fortunate, suffering a relapse after ART for the first 18 months and just 27 months of full remission.
The National AIDS Trust is asking people to think again about the negative labels and eliminate all the conventional beliefs about HIV
According to a new survey, many Americans reported that losing their eyesight would have the greatest impact on their day-to-day lives.
Today's world has given us the luxurious choice to enhance our body in the ways that we feel are necessary. There is a big controversy surrounding the practice of cosmetic surgeries that makes people question if it's ethical towards their self-esteem and self-progress. There are numerous amounts of plastic surgeries out there to help people enhance their appearance and change the characteristics of themselves that they feel need the most improvement.