After saving the lives of people with aids the cases of HIV have increased. Experts have said that the number of people with HIV is increasing by 25,000 a year. However aids has now plummets 40,000 to 15,000. In 1980s,the government believed that well over 1 million people had HIV, but it later revised that figure downward. In the latest estimates, between 400,000 and 450,000 were infected in 1984. The it grew in 1986. By 1992 the figure was 650,000 to 900,000. According to CDC the total number of affected Americans has increased by about 50,000 in the last two years studied. That suggests that it could reach 1 million this year. Doctors worry that the virus would eventually resume its destruction of their immune defenses.
I just have three things to say. Number one is that sex is not a game and there are many people I know of who think it is. Number two is we can all avoid this if we learn about chastity. Finally number three we really need to look out for one another.
When two hijacked airliners crashed into the twin towers of the World Trade Center .
September 11, fire weakened the structures and they collapsed in a releasing cloud of .
dust, concrete, asbestos, lead, fiberglass and PCBs.Scores of rescue workers and residents .
who live near the disaster site have complained of respiratory problems, and many say .
they believe something in the air from the collapse of the buildings is making them sick. .
Saturday's hearing at the federal courthouse in lower Manhattan was held at request of .
Rep. Jerrold Nadler, a West Side Democrat whose district includes the Trade Center site. .
He said it's the first time none of the government agencies involved with the EPA's .
Ombudsman hearings has sent a representative.," said Kaufman.Although employed by the EPA, Kaufman has been an outspoken critic of the agency. EPA Administrator Christie Whitman issued an order in November to dissolve the ombudsman's position.