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Earlier this week, a CDC study and interviews with HIV/AIDS specialists both came to the same conclusion: that young gay men are becoming ambivalent about the disease.
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The third annual AIDS Awareness Festival helped to spread knowledge and prevention methods with performances, speakers, Chinese food and a whole lot of condoms.
Nelson Mandela was one of the first public figures to break the taboo over AIDS in South Africa, a disease that hit close to home when it claimed the life of his own son.
Because World AIDS Day fell on a Sunday this year, FAMU's Student Health Services and community partners held the vigil on Thursday.
"There wasn't even an ad campaign aimed at young black men until last year," says one sexual health advocate Despite significant progress in preventing and treating HIV in recent years, the number of people nationwide who contract the infection each year remains consistent at around 50,000, and a growing number of them are poor, young black and ... (more)
A new guideline released Thursday by the Infectious Diseases Society of America notes that most people with compromised immune systems are especially vulnerable to illness and should receive the flu shot and other vaccinations.
When David J. Darling met his husband Ralph "Rex" Whitbeck, he knew he had AIDS.
When it comes to women with HIV, the stigma can be as devastating as the infection itself.
U.S. Africa Command is making headway in helping militaries across Africa confront the HIV/AIDS epidemic through a program focused on prevention, care and treatment, a senior command official reported today.
For the first time ever, POZ Magazine's fourth annual POZ 100 lists features all HIV-positive heroes.
The practice of yoga has become popular because so many people have found in it a helpful and holistic practice for people of all shapes and experiences.
A new, inexpensive microchip quickly diagnoses patients with HIV/AIDS and could lead to a simple finger stick test for the disease.
Along the still desolate swath of Mission Street on the edge of SOMA and just beyond the Mission District, sits an oasis of information, free to the public, filled with materials that will expand your awareness, but may make you blush.
Although AIDS is now treatable and preventable, it remains one of the most destructive epidemics in recorded history.
"Support for the Global Fund comes at a crucial point - in many parts of the world we are entering into a 'make or break' point in progressing towards our goals," said Michel Sidibe, Executive Director of UNAIDS, applauding the commitments made at the meeting, which comes on the heels of Sunday's commemoration of World AIDS Day.
On March 24, 1987, the activist group AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power gathered in front of Trinity Church on Wall Street in New York City for its first ever demonstration.