Health & safety: AIDS

August 1994
School Library Journal;Aug94, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p64
Entertainment Review
Presents a listing of films and videos dealing with health and safety issues as they relate to AIDS. Selections include `AIDS: What Everyone Needs to Know (3rd ed.),' a video from Churchill Media, `Dr. Furball Talks About HIV & AIDS,' a video from Children's Animated TV, and `HIV/AIDS: It Won't Happen to Me!...Or Will It?,' a video from IOX Assessment Assocs.


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