ATLANTA (AP) — Low-income and uninsured Georgians who need assistance getting drugs to treat HIV and AIDS no longer need to wait on a list for help. The state has eliminated its waiting list two […]
Researchers have identified a mysterious new disease that has left scores of people in Asia and some in the United States with AIDS-like symptoms even though they are not infected with HIV.
Georgia Southern University is inviting health professionals from across the Southeast to its campus this fall for a training conference focused on HIV and AIDS in rural areas.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The NAACP has developed a manual to help the leaders of black churches to talk to their congregations about HIV and AIDS. It’s a recognition of the impact the disease has on […]
Some of our friends from WellStar stopped by the studio to give us a much needed update on practicing safe sex and HIV/AIDS awareness. Click the audio links and view the gallery of today’s show! […]
Would you go to a drugstore to get tested for AIDS?
ESPN is premiering, “The Announcement” by Nelson George, following in the footsteps of other riveting sports related documentaries. The film is about Earvin “Magic” Johnson and his announcement on November 7th, 1991 of his contraction of the HIV […]
There’s some good news from the AIDS front: Fewer needle drug users are testing positive for HIV.
Today marks 20 years since basketball star Magic Johnson announced he had HIV, the virus that leads to AIDS. Since his surprise announcement, he has not only survived, but he has thrived and achieved much […]
ATLANTA (WAOK)-Congressman David Scott is holding his annual Health Fair this weekend in Atlanta. Congressman Scott brings together area hospitals, government agencies, non-profit organizations, and leaders of the healthcare industry to host his annual health […]