In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
The key to developing an effective preventive and therapeutic vaccine lies in advocating for increased spending on vaccine research.
People don’t want us to: Cut their hair, Serve them food, Babysit their children, Marry them Or be their friend.
Comic book creator Darren Davis was diagnosed with HIV a decade ago. Today, he’s doing super- even without the powers.
Keeping doctor’s appointments isn’t always easy, but it’s key to HIV wellness. Some providers want to help.
People living with HIV often worry about how the virus affects their brain function.
The juice of the aloe vera plant helped me eliminate a bodily function problem. So to speak.
The HIV non-nuke Intelence (etravirine) is uncoated, very lightweight and quick to dissolve.
The amount of C-Sections has decreased over the years.
For first time in five years, we have updated recommendations for preventing and treating AIDS-related complications in HIV-positive kids.
Anna Forbes, Deputy Director, Global Campaign for Microbicides
While making your list and checking it twice, purchase these gifts to support a good cause.
For a challenging exercise regimen that will keep you cycling, try spinning.
TV’s sexiest shows may be an untapped resource in the fight against AIDS.
Harvard University’s ACT UP History Lesson
A recent report from amFAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, reveals shocking statistics.
An innovative magazine provides China’s sex workers with free sexual heath advice.
California’s Bienestar celebrates 20 years of serving the Latino community.
JC Alick realizes that sometimes a cookie is just a cookie.
Pat Migliore found out she was HIV positive 25 years ago.
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