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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

Study Shows Cannabis Could Prevent Cognitive Decline in People with HIV

Study Shows Cannabis Could Prevent Cognitive Decline in People with HIV

This is a follow-up article to a story we posted back in December, 2017.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study Shows Cannabis Could Prevent Cognitive Decline in People with HIV

By: Grant Schleifer
January 2nd
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January 2nd
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Study Shows Cannabis Could Prevent Cognitive Decline in People with HIV

Being Public and Positive

Being Public and Positive

Though I’m out about my positive status, I still deal with the intricacies of disclosure.

By: George M. Johnson

Being Public and Positive

By: George M. Johnson
December 20th
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December 20th
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Being Public and Positive

Generational Perspectives on Sex Positions and HIV Risk in Black Gay & Bisexual Men, Study

Generational Perspectives on Sex Positions and HIV Risk in Black Gay & Bisexual Men, Study

Many men also described relying on body language and masculinity stereotypes as cues to determine whether they would top or bottom.

By: Grant Schleifer

Generational Perspectives on Sex Positions and HIV Risk in Black Gay & Bisexual Men, Study

By: Grant Schleifer
December 19th
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December 19th
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Generational Perspectives on Sex Positions and HIV Risk in Black Gay & Bisexual Men, Study

George's LGBTea: For Those Unknowingly Living With HIV, We Must All Do Better

George's LGBTea: For Those Unknowingly Living With HIV, We Must All Do Better

HIV is currently hurting large demographics of Black and Brown communities; going untreated, as it is unknown to them.

By: George M. Johnson

George's LGBTea: For Those Unknowingly Living With HIV, We Must All Do Better

By: George M. Johnson
December 13th
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December 13th
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George's LGBTea: For Those Unknowingly Living With HIV, We Must All Do Better

NMAC Study: PrEP and HIV Navigation Services Available at Most HIV Organizations

NMAC Study: PrEP and HIV Navigation Services Available at Most HIV Organizations

Two national surveys by NMAC found that 7 in 10 ASOs offer HIV and/or PrEP “navigators” to help consumers initiate and stay engaged in care.

By: Grant Schleifer

NMAC Study: PrEP and HIV Navigation Services Available at Most HIV Organizations

By: Grant Schleifer
December 12th
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December 12th
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NMAC Study: PrEP and HIV Navigation Services Available at Most HIV Organizations

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

Watching Bareback Porn Linked to Sexual Risk Taking, Study

Watching Bareback Porn Linked to Sexual Risk Taking, Study

Instead of condemning pornography, the study authors proposed solutions for how to reduce sexual risk-taking.

By: Grant Schleifer

Watching Bareback Porn Linked to Sexual Risk Taking, Study

By: Grant Schleifer
November 16th
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November 16th
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Watching Bareback Porn Linked to Sexual Risk Taking, Study