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The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends HIV testing for youth ages 15 and older. Updated guidance now includes PrEP and PEP.
The health and prevention benefits of an undetectable viral load may be uniquely important in the American health care system.
Do you want to filter or be filtered by race or HIV status? The results of a survey of app users explore this and other NiceAF topics.
Hurry! Advocates 18 to 24 years old can apply now to work with the Human Rights Campaign as peer facilitators to fight HIV and stigma.
It’s just one element of HRC’s “My Body, My Health” initiative.
Through its “My Body, My Health” initiative, Human Rights Campaign tackles HIV in minority and LGBTQ communities.
And yet Trump’s judicial influence continues to threaten reproductive health rights.
Rates of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis increased in 2019, and the COVID-19 pandemic could make matters worse.
The training would include accurate information for people affected by HIV of all genders, sexualities and races to gain patients’ trust.
Youth advocates seek inclusive sex education for their peers.
Iris House encourages young people to get tested.
Whether he’s pole dancing or leading Impulse Group NYC, Dey Armbrister builds community.
UPDATED: Stars of the HIV web series “Merce” release an HIV educational video each day, leading up to a big reveal on February 23.
Dey Armbrister, the new president of Impulse Group New York City, discusses HIV advocacy and the art book “Our Light Through Darkness.”
Journal retracts study that claimed that people who used condoms for HIV prevention were smarter than those who don’t.
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