World AIDS Day was yesterday and the Q was throughout the Q-munity stressing the importance of HIV testing. Well Chase-Brexton Health Services in Mt. Vernon, located at 10 W. Eager St., offers HIV testing every day of the week for FREE, and you can remain anonymous. Plus you will have the results in only 20 […]

HIV and AIDS does not discriminate.  It doesn’t matter if you’re rich or poor, famous or not so famous.   I know each one of us can call out a loved one or some one we know who has fallen victim to this disease. 

Upon reflection of National AIDS Awareness Day – take time to pray for healing – – – Prayer for People With HIV / AIDS Hear our prayer, O God of mercy and love, for all who suffer with AIDS. Grant unto them tender and loving companions who will support them in the midst of fear. […]

As we recognize World AIDS Day today, its imperative that we continue to raise awareness and educate the masses.  Being responsible and protecting ourselves and others is one of our main goals. 

Get Your FREE Test Today! An estimated 1.1 million Americans are living with HIV, and yet one out of five don’t know it. Every 8 hours, someone in Baltimore becomes infected with HIV/AIDS. World AIDS Day (December 1) is an opportunity for us to take action! 2p-6p – We’re keeping B’more safe with FREE condoms […]

According to a study obtained by, the United States is breaking the 250 MILLION mark with diagnosed sexually transmitted diseases. It is important to be cautious what you are doing and who you are doing it with. Although that statistic may not shock you, one that will is that close to 5% of these […]

From CNN: A Missouri VA hospital is under fire because it may have exposed more than 1,800 veterans to life-threatening diseases such as hepatitis and HIV.

From The US has lifted a 22-year immigration ban which has stopped anyone with HIV/Aids from entering the country. President Obama said the ban was not compatible with US plans to be a leader in the fight against the disease. The new rules come into force on Monday and the US plans to host […]

Via The Huffingtonpost Thirty years after the AIDS virus was discovered, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) reports that still more than 33 million people worldwide are living with the disease. Last year alone there were nearly three million new infections, and two million deaths as a result of the disease. As the […]