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Keri Hilson is a certified expert in sex appeal. Her first hit single "Energy" offered a complementary visual of the singer/songwriter glistening in sweat and boxing gear, while her sultry follow-up made sure all the fellows came correct in "Turnin' Me On."
June 27 marked the 18th annual National HIV Testing Day. To raise awareness of HIV and HIV testing, Dr. Rachael Ross, a nationally renowned sex therapist and author; and Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter and actress Keri Hilson have partnered with OraQuick, the first over-the-counter, FDA-approved in-home oral HIV test.
A harshly lit, windowless room. The stinging smell of rubbing alcohol. The doctor's white coat catching the air as he walked through the door.
Singer-songwriter Keri Hilson doesn’t just use her voice to belt out soulful lyrics. Today, she’s using that voice to speak up about HIV and the importance of being tested.
Keri Hilson gets tested for HIV/AIDS every six months, and she's lending her name to a product that will allow you to do the same.
In acknowledgement of National HIV Testing Day, I tried out and reviewed the OraQuick home HIV detection kit. According to the Center for Disease Control, “Black women — more than any other women in the United States — are getting HIV. Of all the women living with HIV in the United States, approximately 66% are African American.
Today is National HIV Testing Day! Know your status!
In a SourceTV Exclusive, the lovely Keri Hilson stopped by The Source headquarters to help spread awareness and express the importance of National HIV Testing Day. According to the CDC, 1.2 Million people have HIV and 20% are unaware that they are infected.
Health organizations and clinicians across the world are encouraging people to get tested, especially because June 27 is National HIV Testing Day. However, the stigma of making a doctor’s appointment can be nerve-wracking for some, and that’s why Keri Hilson is promoting the first in-home testing kit.
The number of African-American women diagnosed with HIV declined by 21 percent three years ago, yet HIV remains a significant issue within the Black community. Today is National HIV Testing Day (NHTD) and this year’s theme is “Take the Test. Take Control.”
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention <http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/> , there are 1.1 million people living in the United States with HIV—and 1 in 5 of those doesn't even know that she or he is infected.
For National HIV Testing Day, Keri Hilson and Dr. Rachel Ross extol the virtues of OraQuick, the new at-home HIV-testing kit. Get tested today!
Singer/songwriter Keri Hilson appears on BET's 106 & Park on National HIV Testing Day 2013 to discuss the OraQuick® In-Home HIV Test.
Singer/songwriter Keri Hilson and Dr. Rachael Ross visit with Sway in the Morning on National HIV Testing Day 2013 to discuss the OraQuick® In-Home HIV Test.
Singer/songwriter Keri Hilson and Dr. Rachael Ross visit with Ricky Smiley on National HIV Testing Day 2013 to discuss the OraQuick® In-Home HIV Test.
Dr. Rachael Ross talks with Tom Joyner about the OraQuick® In-Home HIV Test for National HIV Testing Day 2013.
June 27: This isn't funny. Its National HIV Testing day, so go pick up the OraQuick In-Home HIV test. Its makers claim it will detect 92 percent of infections; we'll take those odds, given the alternative.
June 27 is National HIV Testing Day, and for the first time, a DIY test is available: OraQuick, the only FDA-approved, over-the-counter in-home test. In the past, at-home testers had to prick a finger and send a blood sample to a lab. With OraQuick, swabs from your gums are tested, and in 20 minutes you'll know your status. It's available at drugstores for around $40.
Gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM) represent approximately 2% of the US population, yet are the population most severely affected by HIV, according to the CDC. HIV/AIDS is a serious public health issue for this group in which HIV infections continue to grow; risky sexual behavior being the most common gateway to new infections.
OraQuick Launches “Make Knowing Your Thing Today” Campaign to Promote the Importance of Knowing Your HIV Status.
More than 1 million people in the U.S. are infected with HIV, and 20 percent don't know it. Learn life-saving facts about the disease, and why you should get tested as soon as possible.
To be honest I never thought I would test myself for HIV. Better yet, I never thought I would test myself for HIV on camera to edit, upload, and share online.
OraSure Technologies, the maker of the OraQuick® In-Home HIV Test, launched a nationwide awareness campaign and contest to encourage everyone to learn their HIV status.
One local company has made it possible to learn your HIV status within the privacy of your own bedroom, and recently launched a new effort to encourage healthy living through knowing your status.
About 250,000 people in the US have HIV and don't know it. These people are unknowingly responsible for up to 75 percent of new infections. Almost half of new infections are among African Americans.
I am a professional black woman, which I say with pride and even a little flair. I have multiple degrees, work in a corporate environment, contribute biweekly into retirement funds and quickly plan a girls weekend to Jamaica if someone is heartbroken over an ex-boyfriend.
It's finally here. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a test kit for detecting the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) in the comfort and privacy of your own home. As a member of the Health Advisory Committee for the American Bar Association's AIDS Coordinating Committee, I have strongly advocated for a home HIV test.
Magic Johnson speaks about OraQuick® and the Make Knowing Your Thing Today Awareness Campaign to encourage people to take the important step towards getting tested for HIV.
Magic Johnson speaks about the "Make Knowing Your Thing Today" campaign and the OraQuick® In-Home HIV Test.
Magic Johnson discusses how early detection saved his life and the importance of learning your HIV status, now possible with the OraQuick® In-Home HIV Test.
Magic Johnson explains his experience living with HIV and the importance of early detection for the disease. He tells Alex Wagner and the NOW panel, "the name of the game is go out and get tested."
Magic Johnson speaks about battling HIV, the first FDA approved rapid HIV test, OraQuick®, and why it is important to get tested for HIV.
Legendary Laker Magic Johnson talks about the NBA playoffs, March Madness and the new 20-minute HIV home test, OraQuick®.
Magic Johnson speaks about partnering with the maker of the OraQuick® In-Home HIV Test and why it is important to get tested for HIV.
The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates the tests that detect infection with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), the virus that cause AIDS. AIDS is a serious disease that can be fatal because the body has lost the ability to fight infections and cancers.
The foregoing does not constitute an endorsement of the OraQuick In-Home HIV Test or any other product of OraSure Technologies, Inc.by Earvin ‘Magic’ Johnson, Magic Johnson Entertainment, Inc. d/b/a Magic Johnson Enterprises or June Bug Enterprises, Inc.
See what leading experts in the HIV/AIDS community have to say about the importance of testing and the benefits of OraQuick's in-home HIV test.
OraSure Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ:OSUR), makers of the OraQuick® In-Home HIV Test, announced today the launch of its newly revamped targeted nationwide awareness campaign to encourage open and honest dialogue about sexual health and the importance of learning your HIV status.
OraSure Technologies announced today that the Company's OraQuick® In-Home HIV Test, the first ever in-home rapid infectious disease test made available directly to consumers, has been named a "Top Health Breakthrough of 2012" by Men's Health magazine. The OraQuick® In-Home HIV Test was listed as the #1 breakthrough on this list for 2012.
Earvin "Magic" Johnson helps kick off awareness campaign, encouraging and inspiring others to share their story about their decision to test for HIV.
Debra Fraser-Howze (right), Senior Vice President of Government and External Affairs at OraSure Technologies, and Alicia Keys (left), after presentation of a donation to Keys for her Keep a Child Alive Foundation. The donation was made in recognition of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day and OraSure's sponsorship of the Hello Beautiful Presents Grammy Award Winning artist Alicia Keys Intimate Concert Event in February.
OraSure Technologies announced today that it has appointed Kathleen G. Weber as the Company's Senior Vice President and General Manager, Consumer Products. Also, OraSure will launch its national Television advertising campaign to coincide with World AIDS Day.
OraSure Technologies joins with actress/model Dayana Mendoza and the Latino Commission on AIDS to promote the OraQuick® In-Home HIV Test and the importance of knowing your HIV status for National Latino AIDS Awareness Day.
First and Only Rapid HIV Test For Over the Counter Use – To be Available in October for Purchase Online and at Retail Stores Nationwide.