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Keep Your Self

Recently, it is December 1st. December 1st is celebrated as the World HIV/AIDS. AIDS is very dangerous and contagious. Even AIDS can be fatal someone.

Based on the research of experts, coming from countries that embrace free sex, AIDS (Acquire Immune Defecienty Syndom)
is a disorder Symptoms caused by the weakness of the immune system. Disease is discovered in 1979 in the United States.

AIDS is often found in the group of sexual disorders, especially homosexuals. However, most likely AIDS emerged a pattern of
sexual intercourse frequently changing partners, and most likely transmission can occur through blood transfusions, in tears and sweat sufferers. Until now, AIDS is still undiscovered disease cure or vaccine that can prevent and paralyze AIDS.

As for some of the ways and efforts to prevent the spread of AIDS, namely:

1. Avoid direct contact with blood, saliva, urine from patients with AIDS.
2. People with AIDS should not be expected to become a blood donor.
3. Avoid social relationships with multiple partners because it will enlarge the risk of AIDS.
4. For women who are pregnant are expected to abstain from AIDS because it is very dangerous for themselves and for the
development of its contents.

Therefore, as the youth we have to keep ourselves from AIDS or other diseases, because it is very dangerous and very harmful to ourselves, we will usually ostracized and stay away from environment and friends.

Keep yourself :)

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scheng1 wrote on December 3, 2014, 3:54 AM

If people have high moral values, AIDS will not spread throughout the world so freely.

Oi-Solikhatun wrote on December 3, 2014, 5:26 AM

Yes .. i agree with you :)

Ruby3881 wrote on December 3, 2014, 5:51 AM

There is some erroneous data in your post. First of all, there is no need to avoid contact with saliva (e.g. kissing an HIV+ person, sharing a cup, or eating from the same plate.) Nor do sweat or tears carry enough of the virus to infect another person. The only body fluids known to transmit HIV are: semen, vaginal fluid, blood, breast milk.)

Secondly, worldwide HIV/AIDS infects more heterosexuals than homosexuals. And in many of the places where AIDS affects the largest number of people, married and widowed women are those most likely to be infected. You mentioned morality below, and you talk of "countries that embrace free sex." But in Africa, more often than not, the factor most often cited in the high transmission rates is following traditional social practices.

I notice you cite no references. Perhaps it would be best to consult a reference before writing a post in which you intend to state facts.

Oi-Solikhatun wrote on December 3, 2014, 7:58 PM

yes thank you for your comment, I really appreciate it. Yes sorry if I have some erroneous data fact n my post, maybe I lack references.
Thank you :)

Ruby3881 wrote on December 4, 2014, 4:28 AM

The World AIDS Day web site would be a good place to start your research.

I hope you understand that writing a piece like this one without proper research can harm people who read and are misled because of the misinformation. I would dearly love to see you edit this post in order to correct the errors.