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Lessons learned from HIV have informed the response to COVID-19, but has the new focus derailed HIV services?
Three decades ago, HIV advocates helped lay the groundwork for the response to COVID-19.
Researchers address unanswered questions about HIV transmission through breastfeeding and injection drug use.
This quick-reference chart compares antiretroviral (ARV) options for the treatment of HIV, including adult dosing and dietary restrictions.
Although the coronavirus pandemic is far from over, the U.S. outlook is truly improving.
The new executive director of MPact shares his vision for the future of the global organization.
Two queer Black artists discuss it all in the latest Duets book from Visual AIDS.
Patrick O’Connell, the first director of Visual AIDS, died of AIDS-related illness in March 2021.
For the past 25 years, Dining Out For Life has served up opportunities to support local restaurants and AIDS service organizations.
These dates represent milestones in the HIV epidemic. Visit poz.com/aidsiseveryday to learn more about the history of HIV/AIDS.
HIV activist JD Davids outlines how people with HIV can be good allies to people with long COVID.
The same messenger RNA (mRNA) technology used for the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccines also shows promise for HIV.
Taking antiretrovirals for four consecutive days each week followed by a three-day break may maintain suppression as well as daily pills.
Therapeutic HIV vaccines could one day be part of a combination strategy for achieving a functional cure for HIV.
HIV diagnoses rose among Native Americans and Alaska Natives between 2014 and 2018, but death rates decreased.
HIV treatment usually requires daily pills, but longer-acting regimens are gaining ground.
Keeping your weight under control lowers the risk of many health problems.
There are now more once-daily treatment options for the tiniest members of the HIV community.
Insomnia is all too common among people living with HIV.
A recent study reported found that cholesterol-lowering drugs were linked to reduced mortality among people living with HIV.
What’s worse for HIV outcomes: smoking or heavy drinking?
Since last December, Dafina Ward has served as the executive director of the Southern AIDS Coalition.
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