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When an infection, unrelated to his HIV, forced his exit from Project Runway, the champion swimmer knew exactly how to pool his resources.
When Silvia and Dick Glover adopted HIV-positive Caleb, now 3, they couldn’t understand why anyone would discriminate against someone living w...
This sports fan marks the 50-yard line of a life with HIV.
Why, despite the benefits of regular HIV testing, do some people learn of their status so late?
Predicting whether hepatitis C treatment will work for you—and what to do if it doesn’t
Rev up your workout with circuit training.
These clever condom containers put the “fun” in functionality.
The FDA approves an HIV med, expanding the non-nuke class.
How you can plug into vital HIV information—even if you don’t have a computer
A new gel to empower women
How to finally face up to unpaid IRS debt—and stop living in fear
One theory suggests that the best way to prevent mother-to-child HIV transmission is to keep women from getting pregnant in the first place.
What’s causing the HIV spike among men who have sex with men?
A court case highlights the ongoing debate over disclosing someone else’s HIV status.
House’s Dr. Cutty relives her pre-med role: teaching teens about AIDS.
Two fearless young ladies keep AIDS experts honest.
The French have no trouble telling people in other nations what prudes they all are.
If your knowledge of Swedish pop music stops somewhere around ABBA, listen up.
The new celebrity, green-ribbon cause—global warming and the environment—might seem to have little to do with AIDS advocacy.
Sure, celebrities can say they support AIDS prevention—but how many can say they’ve designed a T-shirt to fund it?
Kiss rocker Gene Simmons is no stranger to combating AIDS: He and his bandmates have endorsed a line of “Kiss Kondoms.”
In October 2007, a University of Arizona study suggested that HIV entered America via Haiti around 1969.
By testing and counseling local factory workers, an Alabama group brown-bags HIV awareness.
Shawn Decker reunites with his pro wrestler hero—and goes to the mat for HIV.
Letters from readers
AIDSWatch: Time to take action on HIV/AIDS in the U.S.
Human Rights and HIV/AIDS in Brazil