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Study Explores HIV-Positive Men’s Perspectives on Having Kids

Study Explores HIV-Positive Men’s Perspectives on Having Kids

Researchers surveyed the reproductive desires of HIV-positive men and found that most desired to have children despite common concerns.

By: Grant Schleifer

Study Explores HIV-Positive Men’s Perspectives on Having Kids

By: Grant Schleifer
August 22nd
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Study Explores HIV-Positive Men’s Perspectives on Having Kids

Financial Incentives May Improve Medication Adherence

Financial Incentives May Improve Medication Adherence

Recent research suggests that financial incentives may help improve HIV antiretroviral therapy (ART) adherence in people with a history of low adherence.

By: Grant Schleifer

Financial Incentives May Improve Medication Adherence

By: Grant Schleifer
August 17th
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August 17th
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Financial Incentives May Improve Medication Adherence

The Importance of Using Lube During Sex

The Importance of Using Lube During Sex

Using lubrication during sex is important for several key reasons.

By: George M. Johnson

The Importance of Using Lube During Sex

By: George M. Johnson
August 14th
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August 14th
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The Importance of Using Lube During Sex

EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Kenneth Cole & Launch of “END AIDS Coalition” at IAS 2017

EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Kenneth Cole & Launch of “END AIDS Coalition” at IAS 2017

“Stigma, as I’ve often said, and believe, has probably killed more people than the virus itself.” - Kenneth Cole

By: Stephen Lucin

EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Kenneth Cole & Launch of “END AIDS Coalition” at IAS 2017

By: Stephen Lucin
July 25th
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July 25th
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EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Kenneth Cole & Launch of “END AIDS Coalition” at IAS 2017

AIDS.gov Changes Its Name to HIV.gov

AIDS.gov Changes Its Name to HIV.gov

In 2016 alone, more than eight million people utilized AIDS.gov for information related to HIV and the epidemic.

By: George M. Johnson

AIDS.gov Changes Its Name to HIV.gov

By: George M. Johnson
July 19th
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July 19th
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AIDS.gov Changes Its Name to HIV.gov

‘Stealthing’ Is Just Rape by a Different Name

‘Stealthing’ Is Just Rape by a Different Name

Stealthing intentionally denies the receiving person his or her right to consent...

By: Preston D. Mitchum

‘Stealthing’ Is Just Rape by a Different Name

By: Preston D. Mitchum
July 18th
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July 18th
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‘Stealthing’ Is Just Rape by a Different Name

Liver Disease in People Living with HIV

Liver Disease in People Living with HIV

Advances in the effectiveness of HIV treatment have significantly improved the life expectancy of people with HIV. As a result, people with HIV are increasingly likely to face mortality due to diseases associated with aging, such as diabetes and heart disease, rather than AIDS. Recent reports suggest that liver disease, in particular, has emerged as an important health concern among this population. According to previous research , liver disease is the most common non-AIDS cause of death among HIV-positive people. The high rate of coinfection with HIV and viral hepatitis helps explain why HIV-positive people, on average, experience more health issues related to the liver. Thankfully, the availability
By: Grant Schleifer

Liver Disease in People Living with HIV

By: Grant Schleifer
July 14th
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July 14th
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Liver Disease in People Living with HIV

Social Responsibility In the Realm of HIV/AIDS

Social Responsibility In the Realm of HIV/AIDS

Sprinkles will give 10% of all proceeds from the red velvet cupcake to the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation to advance her legacy in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

By: Deondre B. Moore

Social Responsibility In the Realm of HIV/AIDS

By: Deondre B. Moore
July 12th
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July 12th
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Social Responsibility In the Realm of HIV/AIDS

New Study Shows Risks In Pausing HIV Treatment

New Study Shows Risks In Pausing HIV Treatment

According to a new study, stopping HIV treatment may lead to an irreversible increase of virus in the body’s reservoirs.

By: Grant Schleifer

New Study Shows Risks In Pausing HIV Treatment

By: Grant Schleifer
July 11th
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July 11th
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New Study Shows Risks In Pausing HIV Treatment

9 Steps For A Smooth Switch To A New HIV Provider

9 Steps For A Smooth Switch To A New HIV Provider

Here are nine tips to ensure a smooth transition that doesn't risk gaps in your HIV treatment or care.

By: George M. Johnson

9 Steps For A Smooth Switch To A New HIV Provider

By: George M. Johnson
July 11th
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July 11th
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9 Steps For A Smooth Switch To A New HIV Provider