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Wednesday, August 27, 2008!
HandWritten on; 8:41 AM

Which famous people died of STIs, you might be asking. Well, here are your answers
1. Henry VIII died of syphillis and his son also died of it because he contracted the disease in the mother's womb.

2. Alphonse Gabriel Capone (January 17, 1899 – January 25, 1947), more popularly known as Al "Scarface" Capone, was a famous American gangster in the 1920s and 1930s, although his business card is reported to have said he was a dealer in used furniture. A Neapolitan born in New York, Capone began his career in Brooklyn before moving to Chicago and becoming that city's most notorious crime figure. By the end of the 1920s Al Capone was on the Bureau of Investigation's "Most Wanted" list. His downfall occurred in 1931 when he was indicted and convicted by the federal government for income tax evasion and sent to the notorious island prison of Alcatraz. He died in 1947 of Sometime in the mid-1930s, and at Alcatraz, Capone began showing signs of dementia, probably related to a case of untreated syphilis he contracted as a young man. He spent the last year of his sentence in the prison hospital, and was released late in 1939. After spending a year of residential treatment at a hospital in Baltimore, he retired to his estate in Miami, FL.
Capone was now a broken man. He no longer controlled any mafia interests. On January 21, 1947, Capone died of syphilis, a sexually transmitted disease, which is very harmful if not treated. In Capone's case, it resulted in Capone's death at his estate in Miami, Florida.

HandWritten on; 8:26 AM

We want to educate teenagers the dangers of STDs from a different approach. We find this video very useful as an educating tool as you can listen to songs and at the same time have a feel of those ophans who were infested by AIDs. We hope this video will touch your hearts and then, you will practise safe sex, treasure yourself and be responsible to others at the same time. So sit back and relax..there are 2 parts of the video featuring artist like U2 and Madonna.
(1) Charity concert for Aids orphans in Africa
(2) Charity concert for Aids orphans in Africa
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HandWritten on; 8:22 AM


HandWritten on; 8:09 AM

hey all especially teenagers...we found an interview conducted by the Korea Times which they interviewed Alicia Keys. She talked about her experience in Afica and all the kids who suffered from AIDs there. It was very meaningful and we wanted to share it with you all. We hope that from the documentary she came up with, you will learn that if you are still a teenager and don't suffer from Aids you are really fortunate and that you should treasure yourself. Be responsible!

Below is the news article we found:

Grammy award-winning R&B superstar Alicia Keys is busy with a world concert tour and a budding acting career, but she still finds time to help children with AIDS in Africa.In an e-mail interview with The Korea Times, Keys talked about her documentary ``Alicia in Africa: Journey to the Motherland,'' her music and upcoming movie.Keys, co-founder of the Keep a Child Alive foundation, recently released a documentary of her trip to South Africa, Uganda and Kenya. Directed by South African filmmaker Earle Sebastian, it shows inspiring stories of children and families affected by AIDS and Keep a Child Alive's projects such as providing anti-retroviral medicine for children with AIDS.``It is a truly remarkably uplifting, inspiring and fantastic documentary, just really about the resilience and the beauty of life there. It's not something that makes you feel helpless and hopeless after you've seen it. Instead, it makes you feel totally motivated and excited,'' she said. The documentary can be viewed or downloaded for free on www.aliciainafrica.com. Keys is very passionate about helping people with AIDS in Africa, and hopes people will be inspired by the documentary and make donations. ``We're so confident that people are going to be moved by what they see that they're going to want to donate right there. I think it's a really innovative way to get people involved in what's going on and not make them feel like they're forced to donate. It makes them feel inspired to become involved,'' she said.

CREDITS TO: http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/art/2008/07/143_26828.html

Alicia in Africa: Journey to the Motherland - TRAILER
check out the other videos on her

HandWritten on; 7:59 AM

although this is a project on sexually transmitted diseases. we will focus more on AIDs as we find aids more "situational" and it is still in the topic.


HIV-AIDS Song in Telugu. although its not in english but we still have the sub-titles here for you

HandWritten on; 7:31 AM


STD prevention

Genital Warts & Other Effects (HPV #2)

Interracial dating, sexually transmitted disease and rape

credits to YOUTUBE!

HandWritten on; 7:06 AM

STD is a global issue. Not only in western countries, even in asian countries for example japan is encounting such issues.

In Japan, one of the world's wealthiest societies, awareness of the risks posed by the disease is almost non-existent among many young people, and yet their sexual behaviour is increasingly risky.
While HIV infection rates in Japan remain officially low at around 6,000, experts fear the real total could be higher, and will get a lot worse unless attitudes begin to change to a disease many Japanese believe only foreigners can catch.

Why is japan's infection rate increasing?

Poor education
"We never had much sex education at school. We were taught little about contraception, or how you catch HIV or other diseases. Teachers just don't feel comfortable talking about sex," she said.

HIV tests are being offered in Japan's clubs
Her friend, Madoka Izumi, also a high school student, agreed.
"I go to a girl's school, and we've never been able to learn what boys think about sex. They've taught us some of the physical sides of sex, but none of the emotional aspects, so we're not really prepared to deal with it," she said.
Yusuke Izumi, a university student, said: "I don't remember getting any sex education at school - we just talked about it among ourselves, about the things we did with girls."
Adults are probably oblivious about teenagers' sexual activity, Mariko said.
"Parents always think their children are different. They can't imagine them having sex or having abortions. They can only think of them studying hard at school."
By the age of 17, more than a third of teenagers in Japan have already had sex at least once.
There are other statistics which Dr Akaeda finds even more alarming. Sexually-transmitted diseases are rising rapidly among young women - a sure sign of having sex with multiple partners but without using condoms.
"Teenagers these days are very casual about sex. They're happy to have sex with anyone they meet - they use phrases like 'let's play together?'
"I gave away vouchers for free STD tests to girls, and found that 82% them were infected.
"It's incredible. I suspect a lot of them may have HIV as well."
In Japan, sex has become a freely-traded commodity, seemingly unconstrained by moral concerns.
Dozens of pornographic cable TV channels on sale here, and yet sales of condoms have been falling for several years.

Condom dearth
"We're very concerned about the negative image of condoms among young people, because it's not just HIV, but other sexually-transmitted diseases which are spreading," said Toshiaki Ishii, of the Okamoto Condom Co Ltd.
"We're trying to find ways to make them more appealing, but so far without success. I think the lack of sex education is partly to blame for this," he said.
The absolute number of people infected with HIV in Japan is still quite small - but unlike other developed countries, every year that number keeps rising.

Social taboo
Actually talking about sex to their children, though, is another matter.
"Well it's rather difficult to bring this subject up in a casual way. If I can find the right opportunity, I hope I will feel able to discuss it," said one mother.
"I think this is a subject our children are already interested in, so I guess they'll understand if we raise it with them," another said.
Young people often seem like Japan's golden generation, unburdened by the work ethic of their parents, enjoying more leisure, more affluence, more security.
In such a cosseted environment it is hard to imagine the spectre of Aids. But it is here, and they don't seem to realise.

You can check our more on this topic at


credits to this website too

HandWritten on; 6:38 AM

Our group came across this website this particular day and thought of sharing these things we learnt with you people. EXCITED?!
Do you know that STDs might not only concern the victims who were infested? Less fortunate victims of STDs might also carry a child after their sexual intercourse and when the child is born, they are also infested with STD. Can you bear seeing an innocent child who is infested with such terrible disease that can ruin his life when he did nothing wrong in the 1st place? Thus, lets all practise safe sex yeah? Let's be responsble towards ourselves and to others.

Worldwide, it is estimated that more than 15 million children under 18 have been orphaned as a result of AIDS. Around 11.6 million of these children live in sub-Saharan Africa.1 In countries badly affected by the epidemic such as Zambia and Botswana, it is estimated that 20 percent of children under 17 are orphans - most of whom have lost one or both parents to AIDS.2

Even with the expansion of antiretroviral treatment access, it is estimated that by 2015, the number of orphaned children will still be overwhelmingly high.

As the tables below show, the number of orphans in some sub-Saharan African countries exceeds half a million, and, in some countries, children who have been orphaned by AIDS comprise half or more of all orphans nationally.
credits to: http://www.avert.org/aids-videos.htm
video on aids on children in AFRICA
time to deliver AIDS 2006 VIDEO

HandWritten on; 3:27 AM

Here's one of our product to promote our blog, and also to educate teenagers on the dangers of premarital sex.
Our product are a coasters. We got pictures from the internet, and we thought of our own captions. We also laminated them to prevent them from getting wet, and also to allow them to be used longer.
Here are some pictures: