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A social media recap of USCA 2018.
Important HIV news always breaks at the International AIDS Conference, so get plugged in before the July 23 kickoff in Amsterdam.
The singer-songwriter spoke at a lecture in honor of the late Princess Diana.
When Andrew Pulsipher announced his HIV-positive status on Facebook, he and his (HIV-negative) family became a viral sensation.
Using social media during film and entertainment award shows to link people to testing and care.
According to Nielsen’s Social Media Report, Americans spend nearly 25 percent of their time on social networks and blogs.
When Dakota Basinger got kicked out of a local basketball game because of his HIV, he made the news. That’s only part of his story.
Those using Facebook to promote sexual health messages to young people must consider how youths both process information and craft an online i...
While a majority of gay couples appear to work out agreements on allowable sexual behavior outside the relationship, only about half honor the...
Allergy, cold and flu seasons are upon us, and an innovative way to stay healthy is to use Sickweather.
The POZ Army is a global, grassroots collective of people fighting for the cure for AIDS—and treatment for all until a cure is found.
A software engineer from Buckingham, England, was sentenced to 26 weeks in jail for harassing men with sexually explicit messages, emailing th...
Facebook has announced a plan to encourage its 161 million U.S. members to advertise their organ donor status in their profiles.
This summer, thanks to a rare confluence of events, the HIV/AIDS community will have an extraordinary opportunity to help save more lives.
Citizens in Botswana are using Facebook to raise HIV/AIDS awareness in the city of Gaborone, Mmegi Online reports.
A Facebook page -- ’We want Greg Louganis on Dancing With the Stars’ -- was created to encourage the popular celebrity-driven show on ABC to c...
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