officials are urging residents to get tested for HIV and AIDS . Sunday is World AIDS Day, and officials with the Department of Health ..... 000 people in South Carolina are living with HIV or AIDS . The theme of this year's World AIDS Day is
partially drank. Deputies said the burglars left an estimated $500 in damage to the storage building. The report said the estimated loss of the Kool- Aids was $2. Copyright 2013 FOX Carolina (Meredith Corporation). All rights reserved.
updated lessons, New Morning Foundation's program TellThemSC.org said the same problems of high teen pregnancy rates and high HIV and STD rates remain. "South Carolina spends $197 million every year on the repercussions of teen pregnancy. That's a big
tested. The blood must be kept cold and is scanned in as soon as it arrives at the center where it is tested for diseases like HIV and Hepatitis and it's labeled by type. "We are here 24/7 at the Blood Connection," said Tracy Bridges, who is the Director
domestic disturbance where a woman bit a deputy and said she had AIDS . According to a Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office report ..... the report. She eventually bit the deputy and said, "I have AIDS and now so do you." Robbs was arrested and taken to Spartanburg
Free or low-cost HIV tests will be offered at ..... 1 has been called World AIDS Day and has been used to ..... known to be living with HIV and AIDS in South Carolina. A new ..... has residents living with HIV , but many South Carolinians
Today is National Black HIV / AIDS Awareness Day. Tuesday, organizers ..... for 44 percent of the nation's new HIV infections according to the Centers for ..... South Calhoun Street in Greenville. " HIV tests are really easy, just a finger
parents who send their children in the bathroom alone," said Simica. He took a blood test this week and tested negative for HIV and Hepatitis C, but he will need to have follow-up tests for the next year to make sure he didn't contract anything.
share in that increase. The Senate also voted to restore money providing assistance to kidney disease, hemophilia, and sickle cell patients, and funding AIDS prevention programs. Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.