“Ahora el video de la Cascada de Tratamiento de VIH también está disponible en español” Recently we shared an animated video about the HIV treatment cascade in the United States that has quickly become one of the most-watched videos ever on the AIDS.gov YouTube channel . We’re pleased to share the Spanish language version of this...
Below is a new video from Dr. Andrew Wakefield. You can view the full series of videos at Autism Channel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYcxIrs4oyk
May 18th is HIV Vaccine Awareness Day (HVAD), led by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) at the National Institutes of Health. We spoke to Dr. Carl Dieffenbach at NIH, who had this to say about HIV Awareness Day: “[On Vaccine Awareness Day] we can take a moment to acknowledge the study...
This week, we mark the second annual observance of Hepatitis Testing Day. Establishment of this national health awareness day on May 19 was called for in the Action Plan for the Prevention, Care and Treatment of Viral Hepatitis as part of efforts to decrease health disparities by raising greater public and health care provider awareness,...
This month marks the second anniversary of Combating the Silent Epidemic of Viral Hepatitis: Action Plan for the Prevention, Care & Treatment of Viral Hepatitis – and over the past two years, with your support, we have been able to achieve: Improved federal coordination and collaboration – The Action Plan has fostered enhanced engagement and...
A walk up Broadway from Union Square. A bus ride to the United Nations building, a trip out to Coney Island for a fundraiser and much more!
Published on May 3, 2013 Dr. Wakefield talks about vaccine failure, the alleged corporate response, and poses further questions for Dr. Salisbury. Please go to the YouTube page and click "like" and share the link with friends and family. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BASKGep-CH0&feature=youtu.be
This is the kind of thing that brings tears to my eyes and takes my breath away.
I've spent the better part of the last week offline, and it felt good to take a break. I have the attention span of a goldfish at different points in my life, and the last week I couldn't pay attention to more than testing my blood sugar and making sure I at least knew where my shoes were. Show More Summary
On Monday, I attended the launch of EMPOWERED, Alicia Keys’ new campaign with Greater than AIDS to reach and inform women about HIV/AIDS, at an event hosted by the Kaiser Family Foundation. This is the second event that Alicia Keys and I have attended at Kaiser within the last year, both focused on ending AIDS. The...
When I rescued you, you rescued me. Studio-produced single now available. Originally written for an animal rescue group. Sheet music also available. Also available on Spotify, plus most streaming and mp3 stores in the world. Here is a video of the first performance, back at Kulak's Woodshed in North Hollywood.
And the new Manhattan Video Diary is up! And yeah, it's 2 seconds at a time.
“What diabetes apps do you use?”I am asked this question all the time, especially now that entire conferences are being geared towards mobile health, honing in on the fact that more people have mobile phones than access to toilets. (This is true, or at least according to the fact I saw on Time. Show More Summary
Most of our long-time readers will know that I base my personal decisions about treatments on science.
So much going on, I had to divide it into two parts. A birthday party for a friend and Jim directs a 30s cabaret. And much, much more.
Our friend, Rick McKay's follow-up to his sensational documentary "Broadway: The Golden Age" is soon to be upon us. Can't wait.
This month's diary features Jim running off to Florida, Steve at home writing music, two doctor visits, a film festival and cleaning out a box with all the original documents -- drawings and lyric sheets -- from The Last Session. And, yes, most of it two seconds at a time.
There was a time when being a computer coder was for nerds and outcasts. I don't know how to code, but when I first went on the Internet in 1995 and then put up my website in 1996, I had to learn html in order to write webpage. So I did. Show More Summary
Liver function, normal. Kidneys, normal. Cholesterol, normal. T-cells over 500 and holding steady. T-cell percentage at 24% (the highest it's been -- this is good). Triglycerides almost normal. Blood sugars under control. No kidney stones. Show More Summary
Found this on Digg. Love it. A six-year tells a story and then philosophizes on how to stop being scared of things.