In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Phill Wilson, CEO and founder of the Black AIDS Institute, calls on members of his community to remember their past—in order to spare fu...
When Ricky Stith discovered he was HIV positive in 1996, he thought he was going to die. More than a decade later, he is a parent planning for...
When Jane Aronson, MD, started the Worldwide Orphans Foundation, she gave extra TLC to those children living with HIV.
Prisoners with HIV, fresh out of jail, find they have many more walls to overcome.
A new female condom, FC2, is now available in the United States.
Some people can take lower doses of Sustiva.
Along with other healthy habits, keeping your CD4 count high might help protect against cancer.
News to wake you up: Drinking coffee might give your liver a healthy jolt.
A therapeutic HIV vaccine just for you
Mother Nature creates compounds that might end up in new HIV therapies. We have our sights on these four:
This New Year, don't make grand resolutions that you'll break. Instead, take small steps toward health.
How to address the crisis of AIDS funding? Ask the citizens of the world to shell out a couple of bucks whenever they book a flight.
Not to spoil the ending, but...
Warrior Princess: Fighting for Life With Courage and Hope (InterVarsity Press, $22) Growing up in Af
A compassionate condom company sexes up the fair trade movement.
Recent musings from the blogosphere
The Past Is Prologue
(Alleged) Crime and (Harsh) Punishment“Sex Crime” (October 2009) explored the issue of c
Robert Scott, MD, a highly respected American HIV/AIDS physician, died of complications arising from blood clots on October 8, 2009. Scott wa...