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The Shutdown is Temporarily Over, But Hardship Remains for Many People Living with HIV

The Shutdown is Temporarily Over, But Hardship Remains for Many People Living with HIV

Feb 5
The threat from the SNAP (food stamp) benefit gap is particularly acute for many people living with HIV.

Trump Planning to Announce Effort to Eradicate AIDS During State of the Union Address?

Trump Planning to Announce Effort to Eradicate AIDS During State of the Union Address?

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 4
Is the president planning to announce a new initiative to eradicate AIDS during his State of the Union Address, scheduled to take place on Feb. 5?

3 Tips for Staying Healthy with HIV

3 Tips for Staying Healthy with HIV

Jan 31
Many of us make commitments to ourselves at the beginning of the new year to focus on our health and well-being. Here are some tips and tools that might help you stay on track with your own health-related resolutions.

Research Shows STDs Increase Chance of HIV Infection

Research Shows STDs Increase Chance of HIV Infection

Jan 30
Recently published research shows risk for both acquiring and transmitting HIV is increased by having an STD. This is due to biological and behavioral reasons.

Doc Screened at Sundance Posits AIDS Spread in Africa Was A White Supremacist Plot

Doc Screened at Sundance Posits AIDS Spread in Africa Was A White Supremacist Plot

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 30
"Cold Case Hammarskjold," a documentary that was screened at Sundance last weekend, lays out a claim that scientists say almost certainly is not true: That a white paramilitary group deliberately infected black people with HIV using fake vaccinations.

Pope Seeks to End Stigma of AIDS with Visit to Church Home

Pope Seeks to End Stigma of AIDS with Visit to Church Home

By Nicole Winfield and Juan Zamorano | Jan 27
Pope Francis is wrapping up his first trip to Central America with a final World Youth Day Mass and a visit to a church-run home for people living with AIDS.

Watch: The Need for an HIV Vaccine

Watch: The Need for an HIV Vaccine

Jan 25
Harvard Medical School's Bruce Walker talks about progress toward a vaccine and the importance of collaboration in coming up with strategies to fight HIV around the world.

Resources on HIV and Aging

Resources on HIV and Aging

Jan 11
Federal and community partners have released some resources related to HIV and aging.

Mutual of Omaha Changes PrEP Policy for Insurance Applicants

Mutual of Omaha Changes PrEP Policy for Insurance Applicants

Jan 10
One of the country's largest insurance providers has agreed to stop denying all forms of insurance, including life and long-term care insurance, to Massachusetts residents using the HIV prevention medication Truvada.

Watch: Why Can't Gay Men Donate Blood?

Watch: Why Can't Gay Men Donate Blood?

Jan 7
A look into the deferral that bans sexually active gay men from donating blood in the U.S.

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