Research suggests young Americans live this scene at higher rates in 2012 -- about 30 years after America itself struggled to come to terms with it.
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Can we please remove this insulting, dangerous and unproductive question from our lexicon? There is an alternative to The Stupid Question.
With respect for the power of intergenerational sharing, we can all share a love of reading and the power of words to give power to people's own stories.
Today's children, even in the rural reaches of Haiti, are well versed in HIV prevention and the use of condoms. In a society of women relatively unafraid to assert themselves but plagued by unfaithful husbands, how useful is this education?
The EdCast has invited three HIV education specialists from UNESCO to discuss how the education sector has played an instrumental role in facilitating the drop in new infections among young people.
While Latinos account for only 15 percent of the American population, they make up 18 percent of people living with HIV and 19 percent of new AIDS diagnoses.
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