In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Three HIV-positive couples share their inspiring love stories.
True: HIV is on the rise among young African-American men who have sex with men. False: Promiscuity is to blame.
Inviolata Mmbwavi inspires me. As a girl, Inviolata helped plant a tree in Kenya as part of its Green Belt Movement.
It is a shame that we have to experience these testaments to find out who we really are. My HIV doesn’t make me.
Kenyan HIV/AIDS activist Inviolata Mmbwavi fights for social justice and the right to dignity.
Recoveries and reflections after Hurricane Sandy
“After AIDS, I think that [gay] people were afraid of a kind of official response to AIDS, like they would be arrested…”
The Supreme Court requires more HIV disclosure
Two AIDS groups in the South move into new, and more visible, homes.
’Tis the season for cinematic spectacle and red-carpet awards. Don’t overlook these recent documentaries about everyday heroes of the AIDS epi...
The hills are alive with much more than the sound of music.
Are guys who use hookup apps dumb about HIV?
The good news: Condoms can reduce the risk of contracting sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
HIV meds are now free to all residents of England, courtesy of the National Health Service.
An inner-city HIV clinic in Baltimore has proved that a robust and dynamic health care practice can produce astonishing results even among the...
Alcohol itself doesn’t have a detrimental effect on CD4 cell counts for people taking antiretroviral therapy, a recent study concludes.
Scientists have achieved a proof-of-concept that cancer drugs known as histone deacetylase (HDAC) inhibitors can flush HIV out of the long-elu...
You’ve probably heard of the groundbreaking HPTN 052 study showing that a fully suppressed viral load slashed HIV transmission rates by 96 per...
The 2012 Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy in San Francisco brought promising news of new, long-acting antiretr...
Deciding to tell someone you have HIV can be a difficult and daunting decision regardless of whether you just tested positive or have been..
When Andrena Ingram applied to attend seminary, a bishop asked her what gifts she brought to the church.