For adolescent girls in Kenya, poverty increases the likelihood of sexual exploitation. When older men take advantage of a girl's need for food, medicine and school fees by demanding sexual favors, it can have long-lasting consequences, like HIV/AIDS, the second…
By Ellen Rolfes
Passenger train derailment, pension crisis in Illinois, Jeffrey Brown on images of war.
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2012 World AIDS Day: Great Steps Taken Towards Cure, But Daunting Hurdles Remain…
Young People Make Up More Than a Quarter of New HIV Cases in the U.S.
On World AIDS Day, President Obama pledged Thursday to provide HIV treatment for millions more around the world. Jeffrey Brown discusses the state of the epidemic with U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator Ambassador Eric Goosby, clinic director Dr. Patricia Nkansah-Asamoah and…
President Obama marked World AIDS Day Thursday by pledging a stepped-up effort to reach more victims of the pandemic that began 30 years ago and has since infected an estimated 66 million people worldwide. Jeffrey Brown reports.
By Talea Miller
Former Surgeon General of the United States C. Everett Koop spoke with Ray Suarez for World AIDS Day.
In other news, police killed the man suspected of shooting four police officers over the weekend, and the chief executive of General Motors was forced out Tuesday by the board of directors.
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