As we enter the last month of the year 2021 and work our way through the end of the “giving season,” many of us have already contemplated how keeping our distance has affected us, our relationships, our friends and families – heck, even our co-workers! After all, right before COVID-19, I had just … [Read more...] about Touch is Contagious
Human nature dictates the things that capture – and keep – our attention. If you send a survey out to 300 random people and ask them about the significance of Dec. 1, I can guarantee you most of them will not know. Unless something affects us directly, we tend to not pay attention. Admittedly, … [Read more...] about Highlighting the Significance of December First
About 40 years ago, a new illness appeared, and because it was spreading like wildfire through the male gay community, it was dubbed the “gay cancer.” As the pandemic took life after life, the medical/scientific communities fought to understand it and how to stop it. After countless hours of … [Read more...] about Are People with HIV More at Risk for COVID?
Is HIV still a thing? Surprisingly and unfortunately, yes. What may be even more surprising is that more than 38 million people are still living with HIV today. And, before you skip this article because you think you or your loved ones are not at risk for HIV, please think again. Let’s Talk … [Read more...] about How to Prevent, Treat HIV