1. Lose Weight


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    Losing weight means using up more calories during a day than you take in from your food. Watch this video to make your plan for success.

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    • How is HIV Related to Atherosclerosis?


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      Dr. Salim Virani, a vascular specialist, explains how atherosclerosis happens and why people living with HIV are at higher risk.

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        • 2. That Night


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          Marvelyn Brown, a 25-year-old native Tennessean, was diagnosed with HIV at age 19. Hear Marvelyn share her story in this series of PSAs directed by Joel Schumacher. In these documentary style spots, she speaks directly to the camera about relationships, risks associated with unprotected sex, learning that she’s HIV-positive, informing her family and friend, experiencing stigma and discrimination, and living with the disease. Marvelyn Brown is greater than AIDS.

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          • ANKETA: Svetovni dan boja proti AIDSu


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            1. decembra je svetovni dan boja proti AIDSu. Študente smo povprašali kaj o tej hudi bolezni sploh vedo in kakšen odnos imajo do okuženih z virusom HIV.

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            • Moore: L'histoire de Poko - Ad SIDAwa Baaga Waa ! - Part 4 (Low Res)


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              English version below: Follow this link to download audio (MP3) files / Pour télécharger les MP3s, suis ce lien : http://kiwi6.com/folders/jdbdoa8caj L'Histoire de Poko (ou Kande's Story - L'histoire de Kande) en Mooré. L'Histoire de Kande est une vrai histoire basée sur la compte racontée par un pasteur africain sur les enfants de sa communauté. Cette histoire tourne autour de Kande, une jeune fille africaine de 12 ans dont le père et mère meurent du SIDA. Elle et ses cinq frères et sœurs sont laissés orphelins et doivent se débrouiller par eux-mêmes. Cette histoire raconte les nombreux problèmes et dangers auxquels ils font face juste essayer de vivre. Il raconte comment les gens dans leur communauté, en particulier les gens de l'église locale, les a aidés dans leur temps de besoin. Ils apprennent aussi que, en suivant les instructions de Dieu pour la vie, ils peuvent éviter de contracter le SIDA lui-même ou la transmettre aux autres. Ils apprennent à aimer et prendre soin des personnes touchées par la maladie, qui travaille pour la justice pour les veuves et les orphelins. Pour en savoir plus à propos de l'Histoire de Kande et lire cette histoire en anglais ou en français, cliquez sur le lien ci-dessous: http://www.scripture-engagement.org/content/kandes-story Cette version Vimeo est mieux pour l'utilisation sur la téléphone cellulaire / mobile. Pour obtenir le format pour l'écran plus grand, s'il vous plaît contactez-SIL Burkina Faso à media_bfb@sil.org Traduit de: L’histoire de Kande. Ce qu’une communauté peut faire pour aimer les personnes atteintes du SIDA et pour s’occuper d’elles, Manuel de l’animateur Ecrit par: Kathie Watters et Margaret Hill Traduit en français par: Mary Endersby, Kabucungu Hand-jinga, Nathalie Saint-André, Ann Wester, Pauline Joliot, Uschi Lautenschlager Illustrations: MBANJI Bawe Ernest © 2007, 2009, 2012 (édition électronique) SIL International Produit par SIL Burkina Faso (01 BP 1784, Ouagadougou 06, Burkina Faso - Tel. (226) 50 36-48-51) Histoires et illustrations adaptées des livres Histoires de Kande, Livres 1 à 5 © 2004 Shellbook Publishing Systems (www.shellbook.com). Utilisées avec autorisation. © 2012 SIL International ------------------- Poko's Story (ou Kande's Story - L'histoire de Kande) in Mooré. Kande’s Story is a true-to-life story based on accounts told by an African pastor about children in his community. Kande is a 12 year old African girl whose father and then mother die of AIDS. She and her five siblings are left orphans and must fend for themselves. The story tells of the many problems and dangers they face just trying to live. It tells how people in their community, especially people from the local church, helped them in their time of need. They also learn that by following God’s instructions for living, they can avoid getting AIDS themselves or spreading it to others. They learn how to love and care for those affected by the disease, working for justice for widows and orphans. To know more about Kande's Story and read the story in English or French, click on the link below: http://www.scripture-engagement.org/content/kandes-story This Vimeo version is best for cellular/mobile phone use. To get the format for larger screen, please contact SIL Burkina Faso at media_bfb@sil.org Translated from: Kande’s Story, How community can love and cure for people affected by AIDS, Facilitator Manual Written by Kathie Watters and Margaret Hill Translated in French by: Mary Endersby, Kabucungu Hand-jinga, Nathalie Saint-André, Ann Wester, Pauline Joliot, Uschi Lautenschlager Illustrations by: MBANJI Bawe Ernest © 2007, 2009, 2012 (electronic only) SIL International Produced by SIL Burkina Faso (01 BP 1784, Ouagadougou 06, Burkina Faso - Tel. (226) 50 36-48-51) Stories and illustrations adapted from the Kande Stories, Books 1-5 © 2004 Shellbook Publishing Systems © 2012 SIL International

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              • Global HIV/AIDS pandemic: challenge and response


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                On Friday, 27 August 2010, the Executive Director of UNAIDS, Mr Michel Sidibé, addressed the Lowy Institute for International Policy as part of our Distinguished Speaker Series. In 1996, UNAIDS was established as a specialised agency of the United Nations to give policy guidance and advice on all aspects of the global struggle against the HIV/AIDS pandemic.

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                • HEALTHCARE: NGO Rabuor Village Project, "AIDS Is Knocking: Caxton's Story"


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                  Caxton Odhiambo is an AIDS orphan living in Rabuor, Western Kenya. Rabuor was hit hardest among the regions with a high infection rate of HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa. In this video he describes a day in his life, living as the head of his household, and oldest living person in his family, at age 15. This is one of five videos. Others will be posted in the future. By Amanda Koster. Please contact Amanda Koster for more info: amanda@amandakoster.com or visit http://amandakoster.wordpress.com/

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                  • Thoughts of the Clinically Insane - House In Virginia


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                    B. Tolbert and friends debate a hot topic in the urban community.

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                    • UBC CPD & Oak Tree Clinic Present "Gender & HIV: Important Differences" Podcast with Mary Kestler, MD


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                      This podcast was recorded at a live workshop at the University Golf Club presented by UBC CPD & Oak Tree Clinic on Women Living with HIV.

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