The film features actors Teyonah Parris and Nic Few. “90 Days” is part of a greater initiative to help black women utilize  biomedical HIV prevention strategies through a collaborative campaign called “Black Women and PrEP.” PrEP, or Pre-exposure Prophylaxis, is a medicine, which if taken daily, can prevent HIV infection. The film was supported by the Black AIDS Institute, Walgreens, and CDC's Act Against AIDS prevention program.

Short film tackles HIV stigma

August 29, 2018

On Aug. 29, 2018 community public health employees, HIV clinicians, and activists took a stand against HIV in black communities at the screening of the short film “90 Days." The film follows a young couple and takes on HIV stigma and love, while highlighting biomedical prevention strategies.  

Kale Me Crazy, Decatur's best health food spot

Kale Me Crazy, Decatur’s best health food spot

January 3, 2018

In 2017, new dietary lifestyles are being adopted, making healthy eating more widespread in Decatur. One very popular healthy eating place is located in Decatur and it is called Kale Me Crazy.

A photo of the rubella virus, which is closely linked to measles.

Measles eliminated in the Americas

October 17, 2016

Measles, once one of the world's biggest killers, has been eliminated throughout the Americas, but the fight continues to get all immunized.

The iPhone's newest feature- cancer

The iPhone’s newest feature- cancer

May 13, 2016

There it is. That feeling in the pit of your stomach. Your phone isn't in your back pocket, the one you always leave it in.

Vaping: A new trend

Vaping: A new trend

March 6, 2015

Are E-Cigarettes actually healthier than "real" cigarettes? Or is it just a more high tech way to get the new generation hooked on nicotine? ...

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