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    HIV Survival Story: Josh Robbins

    Danielle Scott, a journalist with interviews me about my journey living with HIV, and asks me to share some of the more difficult moments that I’ve personally experienced living with this virus publicly. This interview is very personal to me, as I shared details that I’ve yet been able to write about myself, including, […] More

  • 45 HIV Words to Know INFOGRAPHIC


    Knowing the terms and other useful lingo used in the HIV community is important. Learn the terms, refresh yourself on the terms, or be confident you are educated on the terms used in HIV awareness.  This amazing interactive info graphic is from   More

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    Magic Johnson Chats with @andersoncooper (video) UPDATED

    NBA Superstar turned HIV-activist, Magic Johnson, appears tonight on AC360 on CNN in an interview with the charming Anderson Cooper. I’m pretty excited about this one… On my HIV Twitter account, I’m Still Josh || Josh Robbins, I just saw an awesome tweet by Anderson Cooper, that is posted below.  I can’t yell enough that […] More

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    Cocaine Gives HIV A HIGH(ly) Vulnerable Entry to Immune Cells

    University of California (at Los Angeles AIDS Institute) researchers tested CD4 cells from healthy human donors to evaluate the rate of HIV infection alongside the presence of cocaine.  And surprisingly, the white powered is not friendly to HIV-prevention.   Researchers exposed immune cells to the powdery substance– cocaine, and then subsequently infected the cells with […] More

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    You Should Listen to Bob: New to HIV? 5 Things You May Be Asking Yourself.

    Those that are newly diagnosed with HIV are at times overwhelmed by a plethora of emotions and questions.  It’s important to gain advice and counsel from the wisdom of long-term survivors. [“You Should Listen to Bob” is a simple, straight-talking set of articles from such a long-term survivor.  Bob Leahy, editor of, Canada’s online […] More

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    “You’ve Got This” HIV video project launches with as a contributor

    HIV BLOG lends our voice and joins’s video project “You’ve Got This”   Many people who are faced with a recent diagnosis of HIV feel completely alone. This initiative is meant to provide them with some hope and a feeling of community. There are over two million people recently diagnosed with HIV worldwide. […] More

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    This is my Vitamin Swag

    What is my Vitamin Regimen? Simple, yet effective for me. Here’s my daily vitamin regimen since I am living with HIV. [pluslist] DAILY VITAMIN REGIMEN by ISJ D3-5000 Fish Oil Centrum Daily Vitamin Fiber Well Gummies B-Complex[/pluslist]   [box_warning]I am not a doc! So before you take my word on any of this, please consult […] More

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    Named to Top 100 Blog List was just named to the TOP 100 Blogs List for in 2013. “I’m so honored to be among other recognized bloggers and websites that are actively engaging in discussions and stories about HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases that affect all of us: personally, friends and family.” Check out the full list here: […] More

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    You Should Listen to Bob!’s Bob Leahy With Advice for the Newly Diagnosed ISJ has a long-standing relationship and admiration of By: Bob Leahy, editor of, Canada’s online HIV magazine. He’s been HIV-positive for twenty years. IT took more than a few minutes to sink in; in fact it wasn’t until I was on the streetcar going home […] More

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