HIV/AIDS: Are you at risk?. AIDS. 福清华侨中学 陈风梅. It is reported by the UN that in the world 40,000,000 people are living with HIV/AIDS , of whom 3,100,000 have died this year. More than 3 million were children and over 11 million were between fifteen and twenty-four.
It is reported by the UN that in theworld40,000,000people are living with HIV/AIDS , of whom3,100,000have died this year.
More than 3 million were children and over 11 million were between fifteen and twenty-four.
Five people die of AIDS every minutes of every day.
How much do you know about HIV/AIDS?
Human Immunodeficiency Virus
HIV is a virus that can live in the body for some time – occasionally many years– without symptoms being present. Even though they may not be showing symptoms, a person with HIV can infect others.
A= Acquired Addicted Awful
I= Insane Infection Immune
D= Disease Deficiency Disabled
S= Syndrome Symbol Sickness
AIDS is the stage of the disease when the person’s immune system is weakened to such a degree that he/she develops many different diseases which are eventually fatal (causing to death).
HIV spreads through blood and other body liquid.
HIV/AIDS can’t be transmitted by…
Live and let live transmitted via the following routes:
Remember: transmitted via the following routes:
Scientists still don’t know exactly how and where AIDS started. Finding the source of AIDS could be crucial in developing a vaccine(疫苗) and be important in mapping the future course of the epidemic(流行病).
Let’s have an transmitted via the following routes:AIDS Quiz!
AIDS QUIZ transmitted via the following routes:Decide which of these statements are true and which are false. Tick the correct box.
1. Only bad people get AIDS. 2. I can become infected with HIV by swimming in a pool, holding hands or kissing someone with HIV. 3. In 2004, there were 40 million people living with HIV/ AIDS in the world. 4. People who have not injected drugs do not need to get tested for HIV.
AIDS QUIZ transmitted via the following routes:
5. If I had HIV, I would know because I feel sick. 6. HIV/ Aids is difficult to cure. 7. People who have HIV look different from everyone else. 8. It is safe to be friends with people who are living with HIV/ AIDS.
Red Ribbon transmitted via the following routes:
an international symbol of HIV and AIDS awareness
HOMEWORK transmitted via the following routes: