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Episodes are based on the real-life experiences of creator and writer Paul Victor.
Men who have sex with men (MSM) account for most new cases of gonorrhea and syphilis.
Unhealthy alcohol use is prevalent in the HIV population and is associated with higher risks for many health problems.
However, for some in a recent study, the anxiety that their partner would discover the ring reduced sexual enjoyment.
The Cincinnati Enquirer investigates what the Southern city has done to help quell opioid addiction better than almost anywhere else.
Here’s what happened after Hillary praised the Reagans for their AIDS advocacy.
Study shows home exercise can improve quality of life.
Lambda Legal spells out how keeping sex work illegal undermines public health.
A Dutch mathematical model also found that PrEP would save money overall with generic pricing.
Oct. 15 marks National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day, kicking off the campaign “Defeating AIDS con Ganas” (“Defeating AIDS With Power”).
“We’ll defeat AIDS con ganas” is the theme for events on Saturday, Oct 15.
The Guardian hosts a Q&A with global HIV experts about cost-effective solutions.
Descovy is an updated version of Truvada with a new form of tenofovir that is safer for bones and the kidneys, at least in those with HIV.
The move to begin testing for this common co-infection is part of the organization’s goal to end AIDS as an epidemic in New York by 2020.
Europeans with less schooling were less likely to achieve an undetectable viral load and had a higher risk of death in a recent study.