AIDS

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Its National HIV testing day! It only takes a few minutes to find out your status anonymously. If you are positive, life goes on, help is available to you. If you are negative then continue to use condoms to protect yourself and your partner. One in five people are infected with this disease and don’t […]

National Women & Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is this Saturday, March 10th, and several famous Black have united to help spread the word in the Greater Than AIDS campaign. Here is a video that encourages women and girls to learn more about HIV and talk to their friends, partners, and community about HIV/AIDS. This video […]

Its National Black HIV Awareness Day! We’ve been blessed to speak to an advocate, and survivor of the HIV disease, Hydeaia Broadbent. Hear her story. Learn. Be encouraged to live better! Encourage one another to join in the fight against HIV/Aids. Protect yourself and your loved ones from this disease. To find out your status […]

The Southeastern United States is experiencing the highest rate of new HIV/AIDS infections, says the executive summary of a research report released Nov. 29 by the Southern HIV/AIDS Strategy Initiative (SASI). The report takes a close look at nine southern states that have been particularly hard hit by the epidemic in recent years: Alabama, Florida, […]

Rapper Lil B made headlines earlier this year when he chose to name his album I’m Gay.  The 21-year-old explained the bold move to CNN stating, “I hope that I can turn some of my fans that might be homophobic or supporters that might be homophobic and say, ‘You know what, we’re all one people. […]

Its was somewhat dreary Sunday morning. But everyone showed up at Sawyer Point prepared to walk for the cause. Many brought their dogs, babies in strollers, and walking teams with umbrellas on reserve. I too was on a quest and ready to strut! But prior to walking I captured all of the fun on camera […]

Today the morning show team spoke with Dr. Wilbert Jordan, the Medical Director of the Oasis Clinic of Kings Drew Medical Center and a representative of the National Medical Association. Today’s topic was HIV/Aids! A recent study was completed on African Americans and the social stigma of HIV. Did you know half of the new […]

This week, Cincinnati’s own Lincoln Ware got a chance to speak with legendary actress Loretta Devine on The Lincoln Ware Show on our sister station 1230AM WDBZ The Buzz. The star of both film, TV and the stage was recently cast in a breakthrough work of art entitled “The Silence is Broken,” designed and intended […]

At least 75% of babies born to HIV positive mothers will test HIV negative without medical intervention. Studies have shown that for properly nourished HIV positive expectant mothers receiving regular prenatal care, over 90% of their children test negative with no drug therapy.What happens when your child tests positive for HIV? UN Launches New AIDS […]

Doesn’t matter your age if you are sexually active then you must get tested! Its national HIV Testing Day. Know your status! It only takes 20minutes to get results. Make the time and stop in the Northern Kentucky Health Department today. No appointment necessary. Testing is FREE and anonymous. For additional locations click here. Bring […]

The 30-year battle against AIDS is an unbelievable chapter in the history of medicine and 30 years later more than 60-million people around the world have been diagnosed with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. And of those, 25-million people have died as there is no cure. On June 5, 1981, a bombshell quietly exploded […]