We have posted our 100th blog article and we want to take a moment to thank all of our followers! The Institute for Hispanic Health Equity has been blogging for the past year with the intention of raising awareness and discussion on bridging the gap in health disparities throughout the
“Let us give publicity to HIV-AIDS and not hide it, because the only way to make it appear like a normal illness, like TB, like cancer, is always to come out and to say somebody has died because of HIV,” Mr. Mandela said that morning. “And people will stop regarding
Walking about this weekend, I noticed this Banksy -esque form of self expression that I just couldn’t resist dwelling on. A quick Google search led me to this 2011 campaign advocating having the NYC subway “N” line turned into the “Ñ” line during Hispanic Heritage Month every year. As a recent
Just a few days ago a good friend of mine who has used the home test on two previous occasions gave me a call asking for a “HUGE” favor. “Please do my HIV test for me.” I gladly (actually more reluctantly) agreed and hopped on the train to his apartment.
Or maybe a match made on earth, I am actually not sure, but I know that this is indeed a good match. In recent years, the work of many communities of faith in promoting HIV testing and prevention has been labeled by the media as a “ground breaking” tool in