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    While things have gotten better in recent years, there is still an unnecessary stigma around living with HIV or AIDS. This stigma means that people may be reluctant to disclose their HIV positive status to others around them, for fear that people will not understand. As HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, is not spread through casual contact, people may feel that it is not important for others to know that they are HIV positive. Why Wear Medical ID If You Are HIV Positive? Medical ID, such as a medial alert bracelet or medical ID necklace, can discretely tell those who need to know about a medical condition, such as HIV/AIDS, or another condition that you m
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    HIV is preventable, although many people living with the human immunodeficiency virus do not know that they have it. HIV is also treatable. This means that more people who are HIV positive are living longer, and living normal, and often healthy lives. Over a quarter of people who are HIV positive in the United States are over the age of 55. [1] September 18 is National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day—bringing awareness to this cluster of the population and the unique issues facing HIV positive older adults. While some older adults with HIV have few if any complications, another subset of the population that has been living with the HIV infection for a number of years or decades, may face complications attributed to long-term HIV infection. [ Read More


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