Tuesday, December 14, 2004

How are people educated about AIDs?

Not many people understand AIDs. They are afraid to be around or breathe the same air that people with AIDs breathe. There is so much discrimination against people with AIDs. "They are dinied jobs, housing, medical care, and health insurance".3 Children with AIDs have been isolated and kept from attending school and playing on sports teams. By preventing all of the discrimination against people with AIDs, we will help maintain public health. This is true because people are so afraid of being discriminated against that they try to hide the illness and don't get help. Many people stereotype people with AIDs mainly because the aren't educated enough about it. Funds are now being provide to help others educate people about AIDs. Educating people in schools and the community has become the best approach to preventing the spread of AIDs. Teens in the incipient stages of puberty listen more and understand better than when they become older. People need to make sure they understand what Aids is before they discriminate against the people who have it.

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