1 in 5 People Who Are HIV Positive Don’t Know It; Journeyworks Wants to Help Change That

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National HIV Testing Day is June 27th and a good time to reach out with HIV awareness pamphlets from Journeyworks Publishing. Educators and health professionals are invited to preview a selection of these timely HIV education materials.

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When people are given the facts, they learn that knowing their HIV status is better than not knowing.

According to the CDC, nearly one in five people in the U.S. with HIV do not know they are infected. The CDC recommends that everyone between the ages of 13 and 64 be tested for HIV at least once as part of routine health care. Those at an increased risk such as men who have sex with men, injection drug users, or those with multiple sex partners should be tested more often. Journeyworks Publishing has several HIV education pamphlets that make a compelling case for testing. Educators and health professionals can review these pamphlets now by visiting Journeyworks Publishing's HIV Testing review pack page.

Getting an HIV test should be on everyone’s list, but fear of bad news may hold some people back. HIV education pamphlets can help ease the fear. When people are given the facts, they realize that knowing their HIV status is better than not knowing. They learn that a positive result means they can take steps to stay healthier longer, and that they can protect others. If the result is negative, they understand what they need to do to keep it that way. When people get clear information, they are more likely to not let fear stand in their way. Journeyworks Publishing’s HIV prevention and testing materials are straightforward, nonjudgmental and effective tools designed to empower and prompt positive action.

Educators and health professionals working to promote HIV awareness, testing and prevention can request review copies of HIV education pamphlets by visiting Journeyworks Publishing's HIV Testing review pack page.

About Journeyworks Publishing

Journeyworks Publishing is a national health education and health promotion publisher with more than 10,000,000 pamphlets, brochures, booklets, posters, bookmarks, videos and other products distributed each year. Used extensively by public health departments, hospitals, schools, VA programs and more, Journeyworks materials are known for being creative, effective, easy-to-read, and accurate. You can learn more by visiting http://www.journeyworks.com.

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