It's been a grand day out today. The sun is in the sky, yes there is a brisk wind, but the temperature is in the mid twenties Celsius. For the first time in a while, I got on a train and went to Port Laoise. I met a mate for coffee (mint tea in my … Continue reading A sunny day out
The outlook for people living with HIV has improved dramatically over the last 20 years. An HIV-positive diagnosis is no longer as hopeless as it once was. Many who have HIV are able to live fuller, longer, healthier lives. However, myths still persist about the virus. Healthline’s best blog winners are a much-needed resource for those living … Continue reading HIV Blogger included in list of Best HIV Blogs for 2019
To say I was scared is probably an understatement of the year for me. It is not often you enter A&E with vomiting and diarrhœa , and suspected dehydration and then within five days are being transferred to another hospital because of kidney infection that may have been the cause of the original presenting illness... … Continue reading potential new diagnosis.
Shocked to read of the abuse that some received while collecting money on World AIDS Day. This post shows why we need to stand up and fight the stigma.