Blacks & HIV: 5 Reasons It’s Only Getting Worse

On June 27, 2014, NewsOne.com reported on the disparities associated with HIV/AIDS in the black community in comparison to their Caucasian counterparts in the United States.  Though HIV/AIDS is an equal opportunistic virus, there seems to be a high prevalence rates in black America which may be attributed to lack of awareness and stigma associated with talking about HIV/AIDS, lack of education on the issue and preventative measures to decrease the rate of transmission, etc. To learn moreclick here.

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