ifIknew is a health initiative for young adults that uses a multi media approach, including social media and in person programs, to address the contemporary issues that impact the well-being, self-image, careers, and relationships of people in their 20's and 30's.

If I Knew is a prevention education project that raises awareness about risky behaviors that can profoundly impact lives.

Q&A: If you have HIV or AIDS and take medication for it, are you still contagious?

Yes. Someone who is positive and taking antiretroviral medication is less contagious than someone who isn’t.  The goal of medication is to make the HIV virus undetectable.  Even if it is undetectable, the person is still carrying the virus.  Is it worth the risk?  The best way to avoid spreading the virus is to use a condom. Check out more information about this at AIDS.gov.