An endowment from the NIH makes Florida International University a leading facility investigating obesity, diabetes, substance abuse and HIV/AIDS.
New studies show that half of black MSM and a quarter Latino MSM will get HIV. Reaching U.S. targets could prevent many infections, but a life expectancy gap remains for the HIV-positive.
AIDS Walk Central Ohio will be held on Saturday, April 16, with actor Alan Cumming serving as the Honorary Chair.
Nurx, a health technology startup based in San Francisco, has begun making PrEP available to Californians through their web-based app.
The fourth annual National Youth HIV and AIDS Awareness Day (NYHAAD) is being observed this year on Sunday, April 10. Many national, state, and private organizations are partners or supporters of NYHAAD.
Free registration is now open for The 11th Annual Women as the Face of AIDS Summit, to be held on May 2, from 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. at Bethel Gospel Assembly in New York City.
Some people infected with HIV naturally produce antibodies that effectively neutralize many strains of the rapidly mutating virus. Scientists are working to develop a vaccine capable of inducing such "broadly neutralizing" antibodies that can prevent HIV.
Last Thursday, April Fools Day eve, the Washington Post briefly reported that pharmaceutical giant Pfizer, Inc. had "vowed today to stop the time-tested habit of jacking up the list prices of its drugs each year."
A new study shows that males aged 15-19 were 27 times more likely than females the same age to indulge in high-risk behavior.
On April 1st, activists across the world are protesting against the greed that blocks access to essential medicines.