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A drug bust, a prison sentence and an HIV diagnosis could easily derail anyone’s life.
Soap opera fans have been expecting General Hospital’s HIV-positive character, Dr. Robin Scorpio, to have a baby. The stork is finally on the...
“Undetectable” HIV found in semen
Meditation eases anxiety and depression and improves the health of people with HIV—without any co-pay.
We’ve long wondered whether HIV drugs act differently in women than in men.
The HIV drug abacavir (a nuke found in Ziagen, Epzicom and Trizivir) has a revised label.
During her 15-year battle to stay healthy with HIV and hepatitis C in prison, Beverly “Chopper” Henry, 59, has maintained an inspi...
Most protease inhibitor (PI)-based HIV combos are boosted with the PI Norvir (ritonavir).
Many people coinfected with HIV and hepatitis C take milk thistle supplements for liver health.
HIV meds may have a new target: a vulnerable spot on the doughnut-shaped protease enzyme.
Water isn’t the only way to quench your thirst.
Stats reveal 1/3 of people who test positive for HIV in U.S. cities do so with low CD4 and with an AIDS-related complication such as an OI
As prices soar, you can still afford the nutrition you need without breaking the bank.
Organic foods are as hot as iPhones and Facebook these days—but unlike most fads, these healthful eats should never go out of fashion.
Although we had no money I was rich as I could be in my coat of many colors My momma made for me—Dolly Parton, “Coat of Many Colors” (19...
Is locking up HIV-positive people fueling stigma?
All of Us, a new film about the plight of black women and HIV in the United States
In August, presidential hopefuls John McCain and Barack Obama squared off in a debate at Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, California...
“Safe sex is great sex, so you better wear a latex, latex...so wrap it up.”—Lil Wayne
A new anthology by and for black gay and bisexual men
Can Parents Prevent HIV?
Straight “positoid” Shawn Decker explains his passion for beauty pageants—and his angst over anti-gay contestants.
Telling someone that you have HIV requires a different tact when disclosure is spontaneous.
I am happy to know that the Peace Corps has changed its policy and will make accommodations for those who are HIV positive.