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Study: Omega-3 Fatty Acids Reduce Inflammation In People With HIV and Herpes

Study: Omega-3 Fatty Acids Reduce Inflammation In People With HIV and Herpes

According to the study, omega-3 reduces the inflammatory symptoms due to HIV infection.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study: Omega-3 Fatty Acids Reduce Inflammation In People With HIV and Herpes

By: Grant Schleifer
January 22nd
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January 22nd
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Study: Omega-3 Fatty Acids Reduce Inflammation In People With HIV and Herpes

George’s LGBTea: #FakeNews -- Gonorrhea Is NOT A Superbug, and the Dangers of False Reporting

George’s LGBTea: #FakeNews -- Gonorrhea Is NOT A Superbug, and the Dangers of False Reporting

The poorly written and edited article was nothing more than clickbait.

By: George M. Johnson

George’s LGBTea: #FakeNews -- Gonorrhea Is NOT A Superbug, and the Dangers of False Reporting

By: George M. Johnson
November 27th
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November 27th
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George’s LGBTea: #FakeNews -- Gonorrhea Is NOT A Superbug, and the Dangers of False Reporting

Trump-Proposed FY18 Budget Cuts to HIV Funding Exceed $1Billion Globally

Trump-Proposed FY18 Budget Cuts to HIV Funding Exceed $1Billion Globally

...nothing can be trusted until it is actually on paper. 

By: George M. Johnson

Trump-Proposed FY18 Budget Cuts to HIV Funding Exceed $1Billion Globally

By: George M. Johnson
November 21st
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November 21st
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Trump-Proposed FY18 Budget Cuts to HIV Funding Exceed $1Billion Globally

UNAIDS Announces Nearly 21 Million People Living With HIV Now On Treatment

UNAIDS Announces Nearly 21 Million People Living With HIV Now On Treatment

New report from UNAIDS highlights the right to health as the key to ending AIDS.

By: HIV Equal

UNAIDS Announces Nearly 21 Million People Living With HIV Now On Treatment

By: HIV Equal
November 20th
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November 20th
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UNAIDS Announces Nearly 21 Million People Living With HIV Now On Treatment

New Cholesterol-Lowering Drug Improves Care for People with HIV

New Cholesterol-Lowering Drug Improves Care for People with HIV

People living with HIV have a higher risk of developing atherosclerosis (the buildup of cholesterol plaques in the arteries) than the general population.

By: Grant Schleifer

New Cholesterol-Lowering Drug Improves Care for People with HIV

By: Grant Schleifer
November 20th
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November 20th
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New Cholesterol-Lowering Drug Improves Care for People with HIV

George's LGBTea: Pop-Up Restaurant Staffed With HIV-Positive Employees Aims To Fight Stigma

George's LGBTea: Pop-Up Restaurant Staffed With HIV-Positive Employees Aims To Fight Stigma

In Canada, there are still seven people diagnosed with HIV per day, a number that has only slightly decreased since the 1980s.

By: George M. Johnson

George's LGBTea: Pop-Up Restaurant Staffed With HIV-Positive Employees Aims To Fight Stigma

By: George M. Johnson
November 13th
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November 13th
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George's LGBTea: Pop-Up Restaurant Staffed With HIV-Positive Employees Aims To Fight Stigma

Study: Patterns of Community Connectedness Among Gay and Bi Men

Study: Patterns of Community Connectedness Among Gay and Bi Men

This study demonstrates the ways gay and bisexual men connect with their communities – either online or offline.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study: Patterns of Community Connectedness Among Gay and Bi Men

By: Grant Schleifer
November 7th
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November 7th
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Study: Patterns of Community Connectedness Among Gay and Bi Men

George's LGBTea: HIV Care In Puerto Rico Struggles After Hurricane Maria

George's LGBTea: HIV Care In Puerto Rico Struggles After Hurricane Maria

People are still dying from HIV, and we must work to ensure that proper medication is being provided during recovery from this catastrophic event.

By: George M. Johnson

George's LGBTea: HIV Care In Puerto Rico Struggles After Hurricane Maria

By: George M. Johnson
November 6th
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November 6th
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George's LGBTea: HIV Care In Puerto Rico Struggles After Hurricane Maria

New Study Shows Support for Long-Acting, Injectable PrEP

New Study Shows Support for Long-Acting, Injectable PrEP

Clinical trials show that long-acting injectable PrEP could eliminate a daily pill to prevent HIV infection.

By: Grant Schleifer

New Study Shows Support for Long-Acting, Injectable PrEP

By: Grant Schleifer
October 24th
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October 24th
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New Study Shows Support for Long-Acting, Injectable PrEP

Fatigued AF, But Faking Good Health To Fight Anti-Blackness In An Anti-Black World

Fatigued AF, But Faking Good Health To Fight Anti-Blackness In An Anti-Black World

This is an existence that is shared by many who continue to walk the world as wounded warriors, whether they have the HIV virus or not.

By: George M. Johnson

Fatigued AF, But Faking Good Health To Fight Anti-Blackness In An Anti-Black World

By: George M. Johnson
October 17th
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October 17th
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Fatigued AF, But Faking Good Health To Fight Anti-Blackness In An Anti-Black World