HIV/AIDS

4 Youth-Centered HIV Testing Campaigns that Rock

4 Youth-Centered HIV Testing Campaigns that Rock

HIV Testing Day is on June 27, and we’re highlighting youth-centered campaigns that educate and empower young people to get tested to HIV. As is true with most social and public health issue of our time, young people are at the forefront of creating change around HIV […]

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3 Must-Know Facts About Youth HIV/AIDS

3 Must-Know Facts About Youth HIV/AIDS

April 10 is National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, or #NYHAAD. Here are some important facts to know about HIV/AIDS and youth! Young people account for over a quarter of new HIV cases in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Alarming, yes. In some way […]

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Show that #BlackLivesMatter on National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Show that #BlackLivesMatter on National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

The current #BlackLivesMatter movement, founded by three queer women of color, centers and critiques the experiences of police brutality and state violence faced by black people in America. In fact, researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health are advocating for rates of police brutality and killings […]

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#YTHHIV Tweetchat 2015 Recap

#YTHHIV Tweetchat 2015 Recap

On Tuesday, June 23, we hosted the second annual #YTHHIV Tweetchat to commemorate National HIV Testing Day. Young people, organizations, and community members came together to discuss HIV prevention, education, and sexual health resources for youth. The Positive Women’s Network USA (@uspwn) and Youth, the Arts, HIV & […]

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YTHINFO: Educating Youth About HIV Prevention via SMS

YTHINFO: Educating Youth About HIV Prevention via SMS

YTH is pleased to launch YTHINFO, a SMS campaign reaching youth weekly with HIV prevention information and resources tailored to their needs and lifestyles. Eighty-eight percent of young Americans age 13 to 17 have their own cell phone or smart phone or daily access to one, and […]

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Four Online Projects that Rock LGBTQ Pride & Health

Four Online Projects that Rock LGBTQ Pride & Health

It’s June, and YTH is celebrating LGBTQ Pride Month by giving props to four groups that are doing great work online and offline to promote pride and health for LGBTQ youth.   Forty to None Project The Forty to None Project gets that homelessness is a big issue with […]

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AIDSinfo Releases HIV Drug App

AIDSinfo Releases HIV Drug App

HIV is a complex disease in how it affects our bodies, and people living with HIV can have complicated medication schedules that include varying doses of different drugs to be taken at different times. Currently there are over 100 HIV-related drugs in existence. Managing HIV with medication can be […]

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Behind the Bedroom Door: The Real Sex Lives of Denver Youth

Behind the Bedroom Door: The Real Sex Lives of Denver Youth

The average American loses his or her virginity at age 17, during a stage of life that is marked by fluctuations in hormones that change our bodies, emotions and perceptions of ourselves. It can be a confusing time for many teens as they explore many new feelings […]

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Birds Do It, Bees Do It: A history of US sex education

Birds Do It, Bees Do It: A history of US sex education

How did you first find out how babies were made? This was the opening question from Dr. Potts’ speech at the launch of the UC Berkeley exhibit Birds do It, Bees Do It: a Century of Sex (Mis)Education in the United States on October 1, 2014 in the Berkeley Doe […]

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Build Your Toolbox: Tech Solutions for HIV/STD Prevention and Treatment

Build Your Toolbox: Tech Solutions for HIV/STD Prevention and Treatment

Youth between the ages of 13 and 24 account for 17% of the US population, but 26% of its new HIV infections each year. 60% of those infected don’t even know it. How can we combat this epidemic? With the rise of computer and mobile phone use, […]

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