Thursday, September 4, 2014

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Friday, August 22, 2014

A Koala reflecting on his sins, his triumphs, and the inevitability of death.

Saturday, August 16, 2014

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Thursday, August 14, 2014

elizabethtinafeys:

The Office: Finale table read (x).

Sunday, August 10, 2014
pubhealth:


Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)

 
Daily PrEP to Prevent HIV
PrEP − Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis − is a daily pill that can help you stay HIV-negative. The medicines in PrEP can protect you before you might be exposed to HIV.
The Basics
Consider PrEP. PrEP is for HIV-negative people who are at risk of being exposed to HIV through sex or injecting drugs and who are ready to take a daily pill.
Talk to Your Doctor. You need to speak with a doctor or nurse before you start using PrEP. Your doctor or nurse can help you decide if PrEP is right for you. These clinics can help you get PrEP. Providers at these clinics can help you decide if PrEP is right for you.
Take PrEP Every Day. PrEP is taken daily in pill form. Do not skip a dose. PrEP works much better at stopping HIV if you take it every day.
Know the Common Side Effects. PrEP can have mild side effects, like stomach pain, weight loss and headaches, especially at the beginning of treatment. PrEP may not be right for everyone. Talk to your doctor.
Use Condoms. Even if you take PrEP daily, condoms give you additional protection against HIV, other sexually transmitted infections, and unintended pregnancy.
Know the Common Side Effects. PrEP can have mild side effects, like stomach pain, weight loss and headaches, especially at the beginning of treatment. PrEP may not be right for everyone. Talk to your doctor.
Find Out about Paying for PrEP. Many insurance plans including Medicaid cover PrEP. Assistance may be available if you are uninsured.
Know about PEP. PrEP is not an emergency medication. If you think you were recently exposed to HIV, you may need emergency PEP.
(From New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene)

pubhealth:

PrEP can be used by gay and bisexual men, heterosexuals, people who inject drugs and transgender women.

Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)


Daily PrEP to Prevent HIV

PrEP − Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis is a daily pill that can help you stay HIV-negative. The medicines in PrEP can protect you before you might be exposed to HIV.

The Basics

  • Consider PrEP. PrEP is for HIV-negative people who are at risk of being exposed to HIV through sex or injecting drugs and who are ready to take a daily pill.
  • Talk to Your Doctor. You need to speak with a doctor or nurse before you start using PrEP. Your doctor or nurse can help you decide if PrEP is right for you. These clinics can help you get PrEP. Providers at these clinics can help you decide if PrEP is right for you.
  • Take PrEP Every Day. PrEP is taken daily in pill form. Do not skip a dose. PrEP works much better at stopping HIV if you take it every day.
  • Know the Common Side Effects. PrEP can have mild side effects, like stomach pain, weight loss and headaches, especially at the beginning of treatment. PrEP may not be right for everyone. Talk to your doctor.
  • Use Condoms. Even if you take PrEP daily, condoms give you additional protection against HIV, other sexually transmitted infections, and unintended pregnancy.
  • Know the Common Side Effects. PrEP can have mild side effects, like stomach pain, weight loss and headaches, especially at the beginning of treatment. PrEP may not be right for everyone. Talk to your doctor.
  • Find Out about Paying for PrEP. Many insurance plans including Medicaid cover PrEP. Assistance may be available if you are uninsured.
  • Know about PEP. PrEP is not an emergency medication. If you think you were recently exposed to HIV, you may need emergency PEP.

(From New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene)

loveforallbears:

Photo by Matthias Breiter

loveforallbears:

Photo by Matthias Breiter

Thursday, March 20, 2014

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Tuesday, March 11, 2014

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Monday, March 10, 2014

lovepublichealth:

Papua New Guina: Born free of HIV by UNICEF

Mark and his wife, Lucy, who are both living with HIV, had their doubts when they enrolled in a programme to prevent parent-to-child transmission of the virus. Now the life of their daughter, who remains HIV-negative, is a testament to great progress for the world’s children.

Sunday, March 2, 2014

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I’ll tell you something though, if a woman. Not you just some hypothetical woman would bear with me through all this I think I’d make a damn good husband.

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Thursday, February 20, 2014

You got: Kaywinnet Lee “Kaylee” Frye

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You’re naturally hilarious, empathetic, and you’re usually the smartest person in the room (though you’d never admit it). You’re open with your feelings and great at communicating. You’re optimistic, but also realistic, and you hate lying more than anything. People feel a natural desire to protect you, but more often that not, you don’t need protection. You’re an adorable badass.