Since that time my entire life has changed, I live with the virus on a daily basis, every full day I am met with the real thing. Treatment has saved my life. I take my pills at the proper time, in the right way and the right dose. I am pleased to see my kids grow, because I was otherwise likely to die when they were still very young.’ Not only is Akampumuza one of the client success tales of AHF’s free Helps treatment treatment centers in Uganda, she’s also become an integral part of AHF’s Uganda-CARES team of healthcare providers.General Social Study executed by the National Opinion Research Center, which included English-speaking people aged 18 and old. The gender distribution of the sample was 56 % female and 44 % male, and the racial distribution was 81 % white, 14 % African American and 5 % other races. Participants responded to statements such as ‘On how many days in the past seven days have you. Experienced that you couldn’t shake the blues, felt sad, sensed lonely, felt tense and anxious, felt worried, felt so restless that you couldn’t sit longer in a chair, felt angry at someone, felt mad at somebody, felt outraged in something someone had done, felt calm, felt at ease, felt contented, felt happy, felt overjoyed simply by something, felt excited about or thinking about something, felt proud, felt embarrassed, sensed ashamed.’ The researchers after that grouped the emotions in four categories: energetic, passive, positive and negative.