Today is considered by many, but not everyone, to be the day Jesus Christ was born. Whether you are religious or not, December 25 is often a festive day that involves people coming together to share their gifts with...
It was back in 1987 that World AIDS day was first conceived by two public information officers at the Global Programme for AIDS at the World Health Organisation in Geneva, Switzerland. James W. Bunn and Thomas Netter took their...
If you have ever come across a word or term you've never heard of before, your first reaction might involve curiosity or confusion, where you might just go along with what is being said, followed by you quickly looking...
Time flies when you’re having fun is the saying that comes to mind when I describe how it feels to have reached the first anniversary of Curious Chaser. September 20 is the day when this website was officially “turned...
If you tuned in to my second interview with Tim Tyler, you may recall Tim referring to a documentary that discussed the origins of HIV/AIDS. In our interview, I asked Tim if he would provide me with a link...
National HIV Testing Day (NHTD) was first observed on June 27, 1995, when it was organised by the National Association of People with AIDS (NAPWA), as a day each year to encourage people to get tested for HIV and...
This article discusses legal implications that can be associated with bug chasing and gift giving, so it’s important to point out that the author is not a lawyer and does not work in the legal field. The author is...
Curious Chaser has been online for nearly three months, with this being the 21st article published. As expected prior to launching my website and social media account, I have started receiving some nasty comments from people who strongly disagree...
2021 marks the 40th anniversary of the first official report of the HIV/AIDS epidemic and December 1 is World AIDS Day; a day when the world comes together to show support for people currently living with HIV/AIDS and to...
Last month I published an article about HIV-centric tattoos, which introduced us to the biohazard symbol and scorpion as the most common tattoos chosen to identify being HIV-positive, but we also found other variations, such as the lightning symbol...