Dr. Clifford Olson, from Applied Hearing Solutions in Anthem Arizona, discusses the best Rechargeable Hearing aids in 2018. My Website – Hearing aids are becoming more and more advanced and 2018 will be the year for rechargeable hearing aids. Technology has advanced from Nickel-Metal-Hydride rechargeable batteries to Silver-Zinc rechargeable batteries to Lithium-Ion rechargeable batteries. Nickel-Metal-Hydride have been used for a while, but with issues of low-battery life, long recharge times, and low battery life expectancy, the search for better rechargeable options was on. Silver-Zinc rechargeable batteries from the company Z-Power introduced a battery that had better battery life and lower recharge times compared to its Nickel-Metal-Hyd
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– Backstage della realizzazione del video con protagonista l’ambasciatore UNICEF Roger Federer. Il campione di Tennis, racconta la sua esperienza di ambasciatore.
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Join #FOWLERNATION!! A few Chinese farmers have taken a radically different approach: cultivating millions of cockroaches as part of a profitable business venture. As the Los Angeles Times reports, there are about 100 farms in China, raising more than 10 million cockroaches. If you liked this clip, share it with your friends and hit that “like” button! 1,500 Subscriber Behind The Scenes Reward Video – Subscribe to our Podcast on iTunes for free! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-richard-fowler-show/id510713880 @fowlershow @richardafowler Story:
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The key pillar of the Sustainable Development Goals is ensuring that no one is left behind. But LGBT people continue to face challenges in many parts of the world. Embrace diversity on this day against homophobia, transphobia and biphobia.
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Martha, 19, was born with HIV. Here, she tells us the story of her marriage, the birth of her baby and how she is part of Malawi’s AIDS-free generation. To learn more about what Unicef and partners are doing to end AIDS visit
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On a journey to understand one of our generationâs greatest challenges and opportunities â” ending the AIDS epidemic â” Global Fund Ambassador Diane Kruger met Nicolet, a young woman living with HIV, in a small township near Cape Town in South Africa where young women and girls are twice as likely to contract HIV as their male peers. This is Nicoletâs story. In South Africa and many of the other countries hardest hit by HIV, the Global Fund supports programs which are working to prevent HIV-infection for women and girls, as well as treatment and support for those who are infected. The NGOs Thembacare and Yabonga are two of the Global Fund-supported implementing partners carrying out this essential work.
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The story is about a music video UNFPA Uganda produced with youth organisation Reach a Hand Uganda to promote condom use.
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There are hundreds of different kinds of male condoms for sale in the US, so why is there only one female condom? Subscribe to our channel! There are hundreds of male condoms that have been approved by the FDA, but there is only one female condom thatâs available in the US â”â” and you need a prescription to get it. Female condoms are almost as effective as male condoms, so why are they so hard to find? Female condoms have been around since the 1980âs, when a Danish doctor named Lasse Hessel came up with a prototype. It was brought to the US in the 90âs under the name FC1 but the media ridiculed it, comparing it to a plastic bag. The FC2 came out a few years later but it wasnât marketed very well and the original stigma still stuck around. In 2017, the co
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WATCH PART 2 NOW: WATCH PART 3 NOW: A drug called Truvada is the first the FDA approved means of preventing HIV infection. If an HIV-negative person takes the pill every day, they’re nearly 99% protected from contracting the virus. Controversy continues to surround the broad uptake of Truvada, but the landscape of safer sex and HIV-prevention changes fundamentally from this point forward, particularly within the gay male community, the population hardest hit by HIV in America. Its ultimate implications for the AIDs epidemic are profound. VICE explores the future of the Truvada and its revolutionary impact on ending HIV/AIDs. Watch Next: We Went To Gay Conversion Therapy Camp – Read: A Porn Director Stirred Up Controversy b
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What does a meth user look like? Youâre probably not picturing Courtney â” and thatâs one reason why itâs so important to hear his story. In the 1990s and early 2000s, meth became the most widely used illicit drug among urban gay men. “Early characterizations of the meth problem in the gay community depicted the party boy or the middle-class white man as the prototype of the meth user,” says Dr. Perry Halkitis, professor of applied psychology, global public health, and medicine at New York University. Public health campaigns in the early 2000s targeted white gay meth users as a way of combating the AIDS epidemic. This, Halkitis believes, created a stigma among middle- and upper-class white gay men and pushed the drug underground in the gay community. And while Halkitis says me
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