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Let’s speak our truth together—and rewrite HIV history—at AIDSWatch 2009.
What we’re asking for on the Hill
Strategies for an effective Hill visit
AIDS advocates share their lobbying stories
Who’s who in HIV/AIDS on the Hill
The chicken pox virus strikes again as a painful rash. But you can fight back. Here’s how.
Along with any medications your doctor prescribes, try these complementary shingles remedies and preventives.
The first CCR5 inhibitor applies for a second job. We check out its résumé:
Benefits: Vitamin D enables your body to absorb calcium and maintain blood levels of calcium and phosphates for a strong skeleton.
What better way to observe Earth Day on April 22 than by recycling?
Eighty percent of HIV-positive and 50 percent of HIV-negative women in a recent study had anal HPV infections (human papillomavirus, which..
Not all doctors have noticed that more and more U.S. women have HIV.
Astragalus root, native to Asia, has long been used medicinally in capsules, ointments, injectables, soups and teas.
It’s a little butterfly-shaped dictator: The thyroid gland, located in the neck, weighs less than an ounce but affects the way all your...
Planning and preparing for an international getaway
Need a boost in your workout? Try interval training.
How long will adults keep pretending that young people don’t get HIV?
New film about the origins of the safe-sex movement
A short list of what to do in April
Advocates shed their clothes and some light on HIV in the Southwest.
Destigmatizing “unlawful” transmissions
Jesse Cameron Alick visits the Caribbean to escape from himself, but an uncle keeps him connected.
Before I got HIV and went public with my status, it never occurred to me to give our elected officials in Washington, DC, a piece of my...
Good for James for being brave enough to talk about this. But do I detect a little homophobia here?
People with HIV lost one of their greatest champions when Martin Delaney died of liver cancer January 23, 2009.