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Being HIV positive isn't a death sentence. Here's a wealth of information on how to live with HIV. Remember, the virus isn't in control -- you are.

Living and Coping

Communities of color have been disproportionately affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Read more about efforts to prevent the acquisition or transmission of HIV infections in racial and ethnic minority communities.

The following information can help you learn about ways to cope with AIDS discrimination. It can also help you better and understand civil rights for HIV-positive people.

Who you tell is a very personal decision. Here are some things to consider as you think about who, when, and how to tell others that you're HIV-positive.

Here's why it's so important and some tips for starting to think -- and talk -- to children about HIV.

Making improvements in your diet can improve your health and how well you feel. Here are a few tips that may help. A registered dietitian (RD) can give you even more guidance.

Disability insurance provides you regular payments when you are not able to work due to illness or injury. If you have a disability and AIDS, you may be able to obtain one or more types of disability insurance.

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