North Philly Nonprofit Aims To Prevent Spread Of HIVMonday was National HIV Testing Day. The nonprofit Bebashi rolled out its testing efforts to help prevent the spread of the disease.
Temple Researchers Remove HIV DNA From Lab Rats, MiceResearchers at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University have pushed a cure for HIV one step closer to reality.
Researchers Say They Have Successfully Excised HIV DNA From AnimalsThey say they did this by using gene editing technology.
Kensington Needle Exchange Program Provides Hope For Heroin AddictsAt 34, Patrick has been addicted to heroin since he was 18. He like thousands of addicts regularly stop at this old church, where Prevention Point provides check ups, housing, food, and exchanges dirty needles for clean ones.
Alarming New HIV Predictions Released By CDCThe US Centers for Disease Control recently released alarming predictions on the number of HIV infections.
Woman Is Unnerved After Being Treated At Facility With HIV ScareThere were heart pounding moments for Arlene Polmonari after receiving a letter, on Thursday, from the Shore Medical Center.
NJ Hospital Warns Patients They May Have Been Exposed To HIV, Other Infectious DiseasesShore Medical Center in Somers Point has notified 213 patients that they should get tested for exposure to Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and HIV.
Local LGBT Community Builds Mountain Of Holiday Spirit For Needy FamiliesIt was the 9th annual toy event in Old City hosted by the Delaware Valley Legacy Fund.
Philadelphia Nonprofit Provides Free HIV Testing For World AIDS DayThe nonprofit group Bebashi Transition to Hope is in its 30th year of educating people about HIV and AIDS, as well as providing crucial services to low-income residents.
Zeoli Show Log 11.20.15Rich discussed the media comparing Donald Trump to a Nazi, TSA shakedowns and Jeb Bush pointing out Donald Trump's weakness. He also discussed ISIS propaganda projects, Apple Music and more. Rich spoke with Brian Kilmeade at 3:30pm about his new book and Dr. Mazz at 4pm for Ask The Doctor. At 4:30pm, he spoke with State Rep. Martina White about a new bill at 4:30pm and Ted Balaker at 5pm regarding a new documentary.
Temple Law Professor Says Charlie Sheen Cannot Be ProsecutedScott Burris, the Director of the Center for Health Law, Policy and Practice and a professor at Temple University's Beasley School of Law, says Charlie Sheen can't be prosecuted for having sex while HIV positive.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | November 17Chris reviews President Obama's comments on confronting ISIS, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announcement that the commonwealth will continue accepting Syrian refugees, and actor Charlie Sheen's revelation that he has HIV. He talked with Congressman Lou Barletta at 7:20 about his letter to Governor Wolf urging him to reconsider accepting Syrian refugees and former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik at 8:20 about the possibility of ISIS attacking a US city.