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Stuck between science and politics, sex ed struggles to break free.
Playing the HIV numbers game is less—and more—risky than you think.
Although sex ed is stuck between science and politics, educators and advocates across the country are struggling to break it free.
In the op-ed 'Desert Migration' (January 8, 2014), Daniel F. Cardone shared why he focused on aging with HIV/AIDS in Palm Springs, California,...
Renowned author Tom Spanbauer returns with a novel about HIV/AIDS, aging with the virus and falling in love.
Richard Renaldi photographs strangers who touch.
Falcon Studios has used digital technology to erase condoms from its gay film California Dreamin'.
A lineup of the latest international culprits
As much as two-thirds of HIV transmissions take place in the context of relationships.
The U.S congress is taking action to address HIV criminalization in the context of the military.
Spurred by an open letter from advocates, the CDC agreed to no longer use the term 'unprotected sex' when it means 'sex without condoms.'
The director of 'The Last One: The Story of the AIDS Memorial Quilt' writes about why she made the film.
For the first time, scientists have shed light on the precise, step-by-step process by which untreated HIV causes AIDS.
Between 2005 and 2011, the rate of men who have sex with men who reported having anal sex without a condom in the past year increased by 19 pe...
The FDA approved Sovaldi among people coinfected with hep C and HIV.
Prescribing Truvada to HIV-negative people as PrEP enjoys widespread support from infectious disease doctors--in theory, but not in practice.
The FDA has approved the use of the triple-combo antiretroviral Complera for HIV+ adults who switch from a stable regimen.
A study conducted in mice has shown that a toxin engineered to target HIV can eliminate infected immune cells.
High schoolers in the Bronx, New York, who have risky sex and maintain a detailed knowledge of HIV are not more inclined to get tested for the...
Life expectancy for young people taking HIV therapy has soared to nearly normal levels.
Two HIV+ men who displayed no signs of the virus for extended periods off ARVs following chemotherapy and stem cell transplants both experienc...
Scientists have discovered a strain of HIV in West Africa that progresses to AIDS in about five years.
SeroZero will feature information about prevention and a variety of public policy issues affecting people living with HIV across the country.
Sharon Delores Vail shares her story of survival after her HIV diagnosis.
Women over 50 living with HIV are a particularly under-researched demographic.
Sometimes it was easier to remain in prison because HIV to me was a prison for 'bottom feeders' and society's predators.
Since the impact of HIV/AIDS on MSM of color became above the fold, front-page news, some have incorrectly labeled Black MSM 'the new face of...
Since college, Sapna Mysoor has devoted her life's work to promoting sexual health and HIV/AIDS awareness among Asian and Pacific Islander (AP...