Tag Archives: Awareness

National African Immigrant and Refugee HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis Awareness Day 2019

Monday, September 9, marks National African Immigrant and Refugee HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis Awareness Day (@NAIRHHADay). Though not nationally recognized (yet!), the awareness day has been observed by a growing number of advocates, health care professionals and communities since 2014. Sept is Nat’l #African #Immigrant Heritage Month (#NAIHM2019) & Sept 9th is Nat’l AI & #Refugee… Read More »

The Naked Rugby Players Calendar for 2019 Has Players From 6 Clubs Stripping to Raise Awareness of Testicular Cancer

The Naked Rugby Player Calendar 2019 (Photo credits: YouTube grab) The end of the year, people start looking for buying new calendars. There are various 2019 calendars available in the market which centre around different social issues or give out messages. A group of Rugby players from Liverpool went a step ahead to spread awareness about… Read More »

Oh sh–! Almost forgot it’s C. diff Awareness Month!

Various advocacy interests have proclaimed November as the national (or global) awareness month for stomach cancer, osteoporosis, pancreatic cancer, prematurity, lung cancer, bladder health, Alzheimer’s disease, home health, family caregivers, and hospice/palliative care. 3D Animation of C-diff And for the past four years, you’ve also been asked in November to heighten your awareness of Clostridium… Read More »

Breast cancer awareness: 8 products designed to go beyond the pink and help spread the word

Here are a few products intentionally designed around bringing about breast cancer awareness that are worth your time and money. When it comes to breast cancer awareness and education, there are many ways that people both affected or not affected by the disease can help raise money for organizations that help patients through their process… Read More »

Domestic Violence Awareness: 7 signs you may be suffering from PTSD and how to get help

It may happen once or it could take place over the course of several years, but  the psychological impacts can last a lifetime. Domestic violence is a reality for more than 12 million men and women in the United States annually, according to the National Domestic Violence Hotline. This translates to about 24 people every… Read More »