Monday, November 30, 2009

3 Steps to prevent the spread of HIV AIDS

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Now coming to the point whats HIV AIDS

Its nothing but Acquired immune deficiency syndrome or Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is a disease of the human immune system caused by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).

It was in the early 1980's when HIV/AIDS began to rise to epidemic proportions, a wave of fear and panic flew across the United States. People weren’t sure what was fact and what was fiction regarding HIV/AIDS and how they could keep from being infected themselves. Today we are much more informed and educated on this scary infection. Here are some steps to keep yourself safe. Today is World AIDS's day, so i would like share with friends about the 3 Steps to prevent the spread of HIV AIDS, they are namely below:

Step 1 :First, never have any type of sexual contact with someone who you don’t know or that you know has had several sexual partners (or regularly uses syringes to inject drugs). Even using protection, such as a condom, is not 100% protection from HIV/AIDS. Condoms can break or leak. Always make sure to have yourself and any new sexual partner tested for HIV/AIDS before engaging in any sexual activity. NEVER have unprotected sex with a new partner, remember that the birth control pill does not protect against ANY sexually transmitted diseases.

Step 2 :Next, never share syringes with others. Whether diabetes needles or drug injections, NEVER use a needle that someone else has used. It’s best to never mix bodily fluids, this includes blood, semen and vaginal secretions. HIV/AIDS can not be transmitted through spit or sneezing.

Step 3 :Finally, remember to treat anyone infected with HIV/AIDS with respect and kindness. Often children are born with this infection through no fault of their own and others are infected through blood transfusions and other medical procedures unknowingly. With modern medical treatments, it is possible to live a long and productive life even while being infected with HIV/AIDS.
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Watch Alicia Keys' benefit concert for World AIDS Day live on YouTube

And what more, Now Twitter, Facebook, Google and Bmiint turn red for World Aids Day

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The Twitter homepage turned red for World Aids Day

To raise awareness, the sign-in screen of the Twitter homepage has been changed to red, and the tweets can change their colour. If the hashtags #red or #laceupsavelives are included in tweets they will turn the font red from its usual black.

The US version of has a red Aids ribbon on its homepage and provides a link to various charities connected with fighting the disease.

And Facebook has also encouraged members to join red and change their profile pictures to a red logo, and to share a video about the low cost of the treatments it takes to keep patients with HIV alive.

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Facebook asks users to change their profile picture

We at Bmiint are trying our best to spread the awareness message to the common layman. We need your support to reach the maximum.