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“Prevention and Wellness Across the Life Span”: Highlights from the APHA Annual Meeting

New Media | November 13, 2012 Read the full post

In late October, we joined more than 12,000 public health professionals at the American Public Health Association’s (APHA) 2012 Annual Meeting in San Francisco. The theme of this year’s meeting was “Prevention and Wellness Across the Life Span”, kicking off…

Honoring Veterans Day

Today is Veterans Day and AIDS.gov salutes both America’s veterans for their service and the work of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The VA is the nation’s single largest provider of HIV care and an important partner in…

Using Your Mobile Phone to Find Health Information: New Data

New Media | November 8, 2012 Read the full post

Pew Internet & American Life Project released new data  today on using mobile phones to access health information. “One in three cell phone owners (31%) have used their phone to look for health information. In a comparable, national survey conducted…

Working to Address HIV/AIDS in Native American Communities

American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month

In her statement last week on the observance of National Native American Heritage Month, Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius reiterated the Department’s commitment to ensuring the health and well being of all Americans. She highlighted examples of…

Video: Facing AIDS Photo App for World AIDS Day

New Media | November 6, 2012 Read the full post

Since launching the Facing AIDS mobile app in July, we have taken it on the road to AIDS 2012, the U.S. Conference on AIDS, and the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. The AIDS.gov team has showed hundreds of people…

Hearing the Stories Behind the Signs — at USCA

New Media | November 5, 2012 Read the full post
Stories Behind the Sign

Everyone has a story. In the 31 years of the HIV epidemic, we are all in some way affected by HIV – whether we are living with HIV, a friend, a loved one of someone with HIV, a caregiver, or…

AIDS 2012 Lessons Continue to Resonate Across U.S.

Dr. Koh at AIDS 2012 Plenary

The AIDS 2012 conference organizers recently reminded us that many resources from the conference are now available online at the AIDS 2012 website . Whether you were able to in person in Washington, D.C. or not, you will find a…

Commentary Discusses “On-the-Ground” Details Necessary to Achieve an AIDS-Free Generation

World AIDS Day (December 1) is fast approaching and plans are underway both here at AIDS.gov and throughout the HIV/AIDS community to mark this important international health observance, which serves as a key opportunity to raise awareness and renew and…