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Coming soon: news from the 17th European AIDS Conference

The 17th European AIDS Conference, organised by the European AIDS Clinical Society (EACS), is taking place in Basel, Switzerland, from 6 to 9 November 2019. NAM is the official provider of online scientific news for the conference. We’ll be reporting on key research presented at the conference, publishing news online and sending out three summary bulletins… Read More »

U.S. Conference on AIDS Kicks Off September 5

The annual United States Conference on AIDS (#2019USCA) takes place September 5 through 8 in Washington, DC. This year’s event, the largest ever, features over 160 workshops and four major plenary sessions. Organized by NMAC, formerly the National Minority Council on AIDS, the event gathers advocates, health officials, government leaders, people with HIV and allies… Read More »

Best sleep aids of 2019 guaranteed to send you into peaceful slumber

A good night’s sleep works wonders and can completely transform how we feel, act and perform the following day. Repeatedly not getting enough sleep or sleep of any decent quality can wreak havoc on your mental and physical health, so it’s important we prioritise establishing healthy sleep routines. After a while it might seem like… Read More »

Trump Says We’re Ending AIDS and Curing Childhood Cancer Very Shortly [VIDEO]

The end of the AIDS epidemic and the cure for childhood cancer are right around the corner, according to the U.S. president. “The things we’re doing in our country today, there’s never been anything like it,” Trump said at a rally in Cincinnati. “We will be ending the AIDS epidemic shortly in America and curing… Read More »

Viewpoints: Lessons On Public Health Measures And Turning The Tide On AIDS Crisis; No, You Probably Can’t Keep Your Same Doctor. Here’s Why.

Editorial pages weigh in on these health care topics and others. Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Much Progress Made, Much Work Remains On HIV/AIDS Crisis According to the CDC, the annual number of new HIV diagnoses has remained relatively stable at about 40,000 in recent years. Yet, within some demographics, those numbers are on the rise. About one… Read More »