symptoms http://csnn.ca/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-base.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>Speaking to the Members of Parliament, side effects http://darkon.org/wp-content/plugins/events-manager/multilingual/em-ml.php staff and the general public who joined parliament in the Parliament Health Week today, Tuesday, Oulanyah pointed out that many diseases came before but HIV/AIDs is very dangerous and has claimed more lives than other diseases.
“We saw and experienced and still are experiencing malaria, tuberculosis and many others but HIV is a different one. It has killed more than other diseases and the young population is a target which you should personally avert by not passing it to others again if you know you are affected” Oulanyah stated.
The Parliament Health Week started on today and will be running for four days till Friday December 13, 2013 and this year’s focus is on the deadly HIV/AIDs epidemics under the theme “HIV/AIDs stops with me; know your status”.
The Deputy Speaker, Members of Parliament, staff and members of the general public who joined, marched from Parliament through the south wing, down Dewinton road and again entered parliament through the North wing and to the Independence Monument where many activities like free testing of HIV, blood and sugar levels, etc were taking place.