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  2. 5 Amazing Places to Visit in Gurugram (Gurgaon)
  3. 8 Amazing Places in Asia You Must Visit Before You Die
  4. 5 Incredible Attractions of Puri | The City of Lord Jagannath
  5. Some Cool Things To Do This Independence Day
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  7. 5 Reasons Why Having Friends All Over the Country is a Blessing
  8. Top 5 Incredible Attractions of Bhubaneswar
  9. 9 Quick Road Trips Within 300 km from Delhi That are Perfect for the Monsoon Season
  10. 10 Places to Visit in India Before You Turn 30
  11. 5 Best Fun Activities and Things to Do in Noida
  12. 5 Beautiful Islands In India For An Unforgettable Escape to Ecstasy
  13. 10 Places in Delhi Where you Night Crawlers can Hang Out
  14. You Can Now Rent and Stay in an Igloo in Manali and Here Are All the Expense Details
  15. Top 10 Bollywood Movies That Will Inspire You To Travel in India
  16. 10 Scenic Train Rides Across India You Need to Go on Right Now
  17. 8 Insane Destination for Adventure Sports in India
  18. 5 Reasons Why Traveling is the Best Education
  19. 5 Travel Books That Will Give You Serious Wanderlust
  20. 5 Trips You Must Take in Your 20’s Instead of Wasting Time on Tinder
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  23. 5 Places to Visit in India During Summers
  24. A Walking Trip From India Gate to President House
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  26. 5 Reasons Why Every Delhiite Loves Hauz Khas Village
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  28. 20 Reasons Why Life in India is Awesome
  29. Jhansi Ka Quila | Fort with a Rich History
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  34. Gear Up Your Taste Buds | It’s Momos Festival
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  36. A Walking Trip to Old Delhi
  37. Lodhi Garden Way Back into History
  38. Lip Smacking Street Food of Noida
  39. Things to Pack Before Traveling
  40. Khajuraho the Untold Story
  41. Taj Mahal the Epitome of Love
  42. Akshardham Temple Masterpiece of Indian Culture

World Aids Day – December 1, 2016

People always changes the topic when they are discussing HIV/AIDS to their elders because of the fear that it is related to SEX or simple ignorance and misunderstandings about scientific knowledge regarding HIV infections. So first thing first let just clear our basics.

What is HIV/AIDS ? Difference between HIV and AIDS?

HIV stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus, a virus that attacks and weakens the body’s immune system, allowing infections to develop, whereas AIDS stands for Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome, is an advanced stage of infection with the HIV or you can say it is a condition or a syndrome. So yes there is a difference, HIV can lead to the development of AIDS , So you can have HIV without developing AIDS, and also many people live for many years with HIV without ever developing AIDS. But if you have AIDS, you have to have HIV.

Now lets us just discuss 5 major things you should know about HIV/AIDS.

1. Casual Contact Does Not Cause HIV

Yes, it’s true there is a big myth among youngsters that HIV is caused by casual contact such as Hand Shaking, Eating with the affected person, Sneezing or Coughing, Sharing food, using public toilets, bites from mosquitoes,Kissing,Hugging. But the fact is HIV never gets transmitted from one person to another by the above methods it is only spread through unprotected sex, shared/reused needles, or tattoos created with unsterilized equipment or any method by which there is a mixing of blood between two bodies.

Fact Kissing And Hugging Does not cause AIDS

2. Be Careful anyone can be infected with HIV

Now you know what are the ways by which someone can get infected with this virus but also remember that it can happen to anyone – men, women, children, and people who are gay or straight, young or old. According to the report of World Health Organization (WHO) that there are 34 million people across the globe is infected with this virus and 2.8 million new HIV infection per year. So always take precautions and focus on regular medical checkup as prevention is better than cure.

3. The inception of AIDS can take up 10 years

Yes, it’s true the formation of AIDS can take up to 10 years from the time of formation of HIV virus, so a person can remain healthy for a longer period without knowing that he/she is infected  but later the stage of the virus can cause some serious problems. Always carry out full body checkup to know that you healthy or not, not only for HIV but for any other disease also.

Share and Support World Aids Day 2016

Share and Support World Aids Day 2016

4. HIV positive person can have normal child

Yes with the advent of new technology in medical sciences a mother can born a normal uninfected baby if proper care is being carried out then the advanced medication helps in preventing the transmission of the virus from mother to child.  Therefore a proper care and advice during pregnancy can help you to have a normal child.

5. Your Compassion and Support Needed  and Educate Others

Being HIV/AIDS infected does not mean the end of life, reports says infected people also lived normal and longer life. However, they need your support, counseling , and medical care. Support and Counselling are necessary so that they quickly start necessary treatment, you love and compassion can help them not to worry about their illness and also provides the meaningful strength to fight this chronic disease.
So finally you can spread awareness, educate others about precautions to take, symptoms and diagnosis of the virus. You can also educate them about not to discriminate infected people, in fact, they deserve your compassion and support.

 

I Support The Cause, do you? Share and spread the message 🙂 Also wear a red ribbon on Dec 1st to support the cause.

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