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Prescriptions for anti-anxiety medications and sleep aids have risen during the pandemic, prompting some doctors to warn about the possibility of long-term #addiction  and misuse of these medications.

As Americans were dying during the AIDS crisis, Larry Kramer fought tirelessly for a full governmental and societal shift in how we responded to the pandemic. His work is still a model for how to fight for change during a public health crisis. RIP Larry (6/25/35 - 5/27/20)

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At the time of his death, he was working on a play connecting the AIDS crisis to the current COVID-19 pandemic.

There have been some parallels drawn between the AIDS epidemic and the coronavirus pandemic, namely that large numbers of people died and the government was way too slow to act.

"I don't consider myself an artist. I consider myself a very opinionated man who uses words as fighting tool" RIP Larry Kramer; the fighter, the activist, the writer that helped change how we all saw the AIDS pandemic and LGTB+ identity.

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Because of her experience facing mortality and watching loved ones die during the AIDS epidemic, the author feels battle-tested for this pandemic

Because of her experience facing mortality and watching loved ones die during the AIDS epidemic, the author feels battle-tested for this pandemic

In the middle of a pandemic, Trump's campaign manager is touting the research of a fringe medical group that has suggested HIV does not cause AIDS, nicotine isn't addictive, and Obama won the presidency by hypnotizing Jews

TONIGHT 5PM: Dr. Fauci at the forefront of HIV-AIDS research and COVID-19. First Coast News shares a local man's story and how his words may help all of us during this pandemic.

As was true of AIDS, the #COVID19  pandemic has spun out of control because neither the public nor policymakers took the threat seriously until it was too late. We must never again overestimate our ability to subdue nature, writes @WmHaseltine .

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It's too early to know how many Americans with HIV are dying of coronavirus. But for blacks, already more likely to die from HIV/AIDS than any other group in America, it's a double pandemic — two lethal and incurable viruses hitting at once.

(Keep thinking: I’ve a Masters in Public Health; wrote my doctoral dissertation on global efforts to tackle AIDS pandemic; co-authored a book on global health governance; teach MPH courses on health systems & global health & I’m not qualified to lead a national #covid19  effort.)

The CDC chief just said Ebola is spreading faster than Aids. Marines are preparing for a pandemic drill. Stop all flights from West Africa!

Just going by how horny everyone seems to be, there's a real chance that once this is over we all get locked down again about a month later, due to an AIDS pandemic

Dr. Peter Piot is one of the most renowned virologists on the planet. Piot helped to discover the Ebola virus and led the fight against HIV/Aids. He tells me that some approaches have brought new infections down but warns the pandemic is "not over until it's over everywhere."

“We are in this together.” @SchoofsFeed  lived through the AIDS epidemic. Here is his advice on how to survive the coronavirus pandemic 🧵

The story behind the most famous photo from the global AIDS pandemic (Photo by Therese Frare)

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Joe Biden citing President Trump comments on Charlottesville why he's entering presidential race: "I knew the threat to this nation was unlike any I had seen in my lifetime." Other "threats" in Biden's lifetime WWII Korean War Vietnam War Iraq War Flu Pandemic 1968 Aids Pandemic

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