World AIDS Day: Celebrated on 1st December ,

 World AIDS Day is a day to remember those who have died of HIV and AIDS. It is also a time for people to come together, reflect on the lives lost and talk about how we can prevent more deaths in the future. World AIDS Day was originally observed by UNAIDS on 1 December 1988 and has been observed on 1 December every year since then. On this day we honor all those who have died of HIV/AIDS or whose lives are currently at risk due to infection with HIV. We also take this opportunity to remind ourselves that it doesn't end here; There is still work to be done – work that needs more attention now than ever before. This year's theme reminds us

World AIDS Day: What is stigma and how does it affect the lives of people with HIV? Stigma refers to the negative attitude that society has about certain groups or causes. In this case we are talking about stigmatizing people infected with HIV/AIDS because they are not only considered sick but also deserve pity - which can drive them into even deeper depression than before!

 For these patients to fight two battles at once - a physical battle against the disease as well as a mental struggle that is associated with social stigma! - We must first understand "what causes depression in those AIDS"

 HIV/AIDS patients are often the victims of discrimination, but it is important to remember that they cannot become infected through casual contact.

Myths surrounding these viruses include: HIV can only be transmitted through exchange of bodily fluids such as blood or semen; If you touch something that has been used as an exposure surface (such as a door handle), your hands will become contaminated – even if there are no signs indicating infection! The truth about how the disease spreads has led many to believe not only the apprehensions related to those who test positive – as Dr. Dilip Gude, Consultant Physician at Yashoda Hospital, Hyderabad, on the occasion of World AIDS Day But debunked some of these myths to raise awareness for patients and their families about how they can protect themselves from the virus, which has affected the lives of many. Religion and economic background since its discovery 35 years ago

 -Myth: "You can't get HIV from shaking hands." Aus ye olde we minumis hand will give you shingles if it is not washed properly after use!!!

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