Let's Talk About It is a women's magazine written by HIV positive peer advocates, for their peers. Their testimonial stories, creative and inspiring writing and fun personal messages are intended to inspire HIV positive women to feel good about themselves, dedicate themselves to their health and enc..
This magazine, which is part of a series created by the youth of Project Claridad (an HIV prevention lay-health worker program), provides facts, resources, art work and original fotonovelas addressing HIV. The magazine shares personal stories and the teens point of view, along with artwork, discussi..
This lower literacy magazine, developed with lay-health workers is bright and image-filled. The 8-page magazine addresses many issues dealing with family planning including family size and birth control options. The large centerfold presents birth control methods in an easy to read chart. Additional..
Creando Nuestra Salud magazine is designed to compliment the Creando Nuestra Salud series of materials that focus on early breast cancer detection. This magazine addresses the importance of early breast cancer detection, treatment options and shares inspiring perspectives from a physician and a canc..
This 8-page, color magazine is chock full of facts related to tobacco use, cessation and the affects of tobacco on the body. This is a lower-literacy print tool to increase prevention in the Hispanic community and to encourage the use of the Florida Quitline...
The Choice is Yours is an HIV/AIDS prevention magazine, written and designed by HIV+ inmates at Tutweiler Women's Prision in Alabama. Using games, advice columns, poetry, photo stories and collages, these women speak out about HIV transmission, living with HIV and self-esteem. This is an excellent p..
This 'zine was developed by farmworker teens as a unique medium of expression through artwork, poetry and a short fotonovela about their environment, their future and the dangers of tobacco use.Bilingual magazine...