Newsletter

Love life, engage in it, give it all you’ve got. Love it with a passion, because life truly does give back, many times over, what you put into it.” - Maya Angelou

photo credit: GlaxoSmithKline Embrace Campaign

 

 

Inside the Winter 2013 Issue (Download HERE)

  • Update on Vitamin C Study
  • Remember Your Flu Vaccine
  • PrEP Coming to WIHS
  • Physical Exercise and Your Brain
  • The Well Project and A Girl Like Me
  • Functional Cure
  • Coming to Every Visit
  • Type II Diabetes
  • Hepatitis C May Have Met Its Match

 

Inside the Summer 2013 Issue (Download HERE)

  • WIHS Substudies
  • New WIHS Staff
  • Mammograms
  • Your Immune System and HIV
  • HIV in Black America
  • Tools to Quit Smoking
  • What is PrEP?
  • Employment Training
  • STD Testing
  • Let's Go Walking
  • Dating Resources

 

Inside the Summer 2012 Issue (Download HERE)

  • Hope for Hepatitis C Sufferers
  • AIDS Conference 2012
  • Good News in AIDS/HIV Research
  • Updates from the WIHS National Community Advisory Board
  • WIHS Participant Wins “Miss Congeniality”
  • Understanding Your Lab Results
  • Remembering Margo

 

Inside the Winter 2012 Issue (Download HERE)

  • Hope for Hepatitis C Sufferers
  • WIHS Participant Wins “Miss Congeniality”
  • Reading Lab Work: When I get my labs back, how do I know if they are good or bad?
  • A message from the WIHS National Community Advisory Board
  • Healthy Winter Soup Recipe
  • AIDS Conference 2012 - Washington DC

 

Inside the Spring 2011 Issue (Download HERE)

  • Successful WIHS Appreciation Luncheon
  • DC Developmental Center for AIDS Research Center - NIH Funds Center to EnhanceFighting DepressionThe DC Cohort
  • New Study coming to WIHS - Fibroscan
  • “What if” Study: Will Having Alcohol Treatment Improve My Functioning?
  • Free Colonoscopy for DC Residents

 

Inside the Fall 2009 Issue (Download HERE)

  • Honoring 15 Years of Committment
  • H1N1-Swine Flu Info
  • Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM)
  • How Often Are You Seeing Your Doctor?
  • Information From the District of Columbia; HIV/AIDS Epidemiology Update 2008