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CDC Study: Gay, Bisexual Teens Do Riskier Things

Gay and bisexual high school students are more likely than their heterosexual classmates to smoke, drink alcohol or do other…

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Health & Wellness

India Health Minister Calls Homosexuality Disease

India's health minister derided homosexuality as an unnatural "disease" from the West at an HIV/AIDS conference, drawing outrage from a…

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Health & Wellness

Drug Stops HIV Among Gay, Hetero Couples

An AIDS drug already shown to help prevent spread of the virus in gay men also works for heterosexual men…

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Health & Wellness

New HIV Infections in US Hold Steady at 50,000

The number of Americans newly infected with the AIDS virus each year has been holding steady at about 50,000, according…

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Arts & Entertainment

Timeless ‘Rent’ is Imaginative, Energetic, Sexy

You wouldn't think a musical about struggling artists facing an imminent threat of death could possibly be uplifting.

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News

Wrigley Field Hosts ‘Pride Day’

Ticket sales for the Chicago Cubs game against the Pittsburgh Pirates benefitted local AIDS charities and groups advocating for lesbians,…

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Health & Wellness

Privacy Disputes Threaten Mass. HIV Testing Bill

Emerson Miller felt "pretty hopeless" when he tested positive for HIV in 1996, but has since come to appreciate the…

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Featured

An Amazing 30-Year Evolution

Legacy Community Health Services traces its roots back to Montrose Clinic, established in 1981 as a public service by the…

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Featured

Woman with a Plan

Katy Caldwell is a big-boned gal with an easy laugh and crackling energy. She strides into our meeting wearing a…

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Local News

HIV and Hunger

The message conveyed by Nathan Kesselder, manager of special events, community relations, and media for AIDS Foundation Houston (AFH), was…

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