There are about 18,000 people living with HIV in the UK who are not aware that they are infected. When was your last HIV test?
Post Exposure Prophylaxis (also known as PEP) is a course of medication that can stop you becoming HIV positive after you’ve been exposed to the virus.
If you’ve been reading our articles about safer sex you might be wondering where you can get condoms – you’ll be pleased to know there are lots of places where they are given out free.
We’re delighted to see celebrities supporting National HIV Testing Week. National HIV Testing Week is a campaign to encourage people to get tested for HIV so that they can access lifesaving treatment.
As National HIV Testing Week 2015 draws closer, we are happy to announce that it has the backing of TV’s Dr Christian Jessen.
Mohammed is originally from Somalia and has lived in the UK for over 16 years. He has won numerous awards both internationally and locally for the work the does, and says ‘Treatment means I can now look forward to a long life with my family.’
When two black people, two Asian people or two white people are walking down the street holding hands, most of us don’t take any notice. But seeing a black woman with a white man, or an Indian man with a Thai woman, or a white woman with an Arab man, can spark off questions and sometimes disapproval. Why?
This year the great writer Ben Okri was interviewed at the Royal African Society’s annual African literature and book festival, Africa Writes, proving just how popular the event is.