I found this to be a relevant source because it has a lot of information on HIV testing, and it also answers a lot of questions that people might have about it. This is helpful for health education because the students should know where you can get tested and what to expect during the test and after whether it comes back positive or negative.
Prince Harry's live HIV test leads to a surge in testingPrince Harry takes an HIV test during a visit to Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic on July 14 2016 in London. Image: Chris Jackson/ Getty Images By Rachel Thompson2016-07-27 12:09:57 UTC LONDON Prince Harrys live streamed HIV test has prompted a surge in HIV self-testing a HIV charity has revealed. Prince Harry took a HIV test live on Facebook on July 14 to show how easy it is. It was hailed by campaigners as a groundbreaking…
"A Grade 10 student from Vancouver who has developed an early-stage HIV test is headed to Ottawa to compete against other young scientists in an international competition. York House School student Nicole Ticea has developed a point-of-care HIV test using an isothermic nucleic acid amplification system, Simon Fraser University announced Thursday."
National HIV Testing Day (NHTD) is a reminder that when you know your HIV status, you can take care of yourself and your partners. HIV testing is recommended, it’s empowering, and it’s easy. Have you been tested?
HIV Test Plus Counseling Doesn't Cut Infection Rates, Study Finds
Evidence Under Fire: 10 Common Obstetric Procedures Not Supported By Science. This article addresses the routine use without medical indication of these procedures. It's NOT saying that there are no benefits to them or there's never a need for them.