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AIDS (Acquired Immunod Deficiency Syndrome) poses one of the greatest threats to mankind. AIDS is incurable and so it is imperative for each individual to know all about it .

Q. 1 How is AIDS different from other serious illnesses.?
Q. 2 What is HIV ? and How does it affect us ?
Q. 3 What is AIDS ?
Q. 4 How is HIV transmitted ?
Q. 5 Can HIV spread through mosquitoes?
Q. 6 Is there a risk of HIV infection is going to a barber’s shop ?
Q. 7 How can a person avoid being infected through sex ?
Q. 8 Can kissing lead to HIV infection ?
Q. 9 Is there a connection between HIV infection and other Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)?
Q. 10 What are the symptoms of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) in men and women?
Q. 11 How can we protect ourselves from getting infected through infected blood?
Q. 12 How can the HIV infection from mother to child be prevented?
Q. 13 What are the symptoms of AIDS?
Q. 14 How can a person find out his/her HIV status?
Q. 15 What is window period in the context of HIV Testing?
Q. 16 Is there a treatment available for HIV/AIDS?
Q. 17 Is if safe to work with a HIV positive person?
Q. 18 What should be the elements of HIV/AIDS policy/programme at the workplace?
Q. 19 What support can we give to a person living with HIV/AIDS (PLHA)?
Q. 20 What did you learn and how can you play a role in fighting HIV?
Q. 21 Where did HIV come from?
Q. 22 How long does it take for HIV to cause AIDS?
Q. 23 Why is the AIDS epidemic considered so serious?
Q. 24 How can I avoid being infected through sex?
Q. 25 How can children and young people be protected from HIV?
Q. 26 Can injections transmit HIV infection?
Q. 27 What about having a tattoo or your ears pierced?
Q. 28 Is there a treatment for HIV/AIDS?
Q. 29 But how can there suddenly be a disease that never existed before?
Q. 30 Is it safe to work with someone infected with HIV?
Q. 31 What about working every day in close physical contact with an infected person?
Q. 32 Who is at risk while at work?
Q. 33 If a worker has HIV infection, should he or she be allowed to continue work?
Q. 34 Does an employee infected with the virus have to tell the employer about it?
Q. 35 Should an employer test a worker for HIV?
Q. 36 What if you are already infected with HIV? Canyou still travel?
Q. 37 'AIDS is mainly a problem of developing countries.' or 'No, AIDS is really a problem of developed countries'. Which of these opinions is more accurate?
Q. 38 How do AIDS problems in different countries relate to each other?
Q. 39 If a person becomes infected with HIV, does that mean he has AIDS?
Q. 40 Is it true that male circumcision may provide protection against HIV infection?
Q. 41 Is oral sex unsafe?
Q. 42 What about getting AIDS from body fluids like saliva?
Q. 43 Could I be at risk?
Q. 44 How can I tell if I have HIV infection?
Q. 45 Should I take the HIV test?
Q. 46 If I am HIV Positive, what should I do?
Q. 47 Why do people who are infected with HIV eventually die?
Q. 48 How can I tell if I am infected with HIV? What are the symptoms?
Q. 49 How long after a possible exposure should I wait to get tested for HIV?
Q. 50 Why is injecting drugs a risk for HIV?
Q. 51 Are patients in a dentist's or doctor's office at risk of getting HIV?
Q. 52 Should I be concerned about getting infected with HIV while playing sports?
Q. 53 On viral load tests, what is considered a high viral load and what is considered a low one? What are these tests used for?
Q. 54 Is there a vaccine for HIV?
Q. 55 What is the difference between HIV-1 and HIV-2?
Q. 56 When was the first AIDS case reported in India?
Q. 57 Why is there so much difference between the reported and estimated number of HIV infections?
Q. 58 What are the common opportunistic infections encountered by HIV/AIDS patients?