HIV

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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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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Local News

Bering Support Network Celebrates Silver Anniversary

Visitors enter a rather nondescript church meeting hall. There is food, people chatter and laugh. Some participants are actively engaged,…

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Blog

New Drugs Control Older HIV Drug Resistance

By Healthy Living News A new study shows dramatic improvement in the ability of those with HIV to control virus…

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Health & Wellness

Mass. Group, Others Push for HIV Prevention Pill

A Massachusetts group and 12 others are working to stop the HIV/AIDS epidemic by pressing federal officials to quickly review…

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Featured

The ‘Berlin Patient’

Timothy Ray Brown, aka “The Berlin Patient,” is the first person to be declared cured of HIV. A Seattle native…

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Health & Wellness

UN: AIDS Epidemic Stabilizing, Still Work to Do

The AIDS epidemic is leveling off and the number of people newly infected with the virus that causes it has…

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International News

Nigeria Anti-Gay Marriage Bill Risks AIDS Funding

A bill originally designed to outlaw gay marriage in Nigeria will likely jeopardize millions of dollars of Western aid geared…

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Columns

HIV “Treatment as Prevention” Study Science Breakthrough of the Year

The finding that HIV treatment with antiretroviral drugs (ARVs) can actually prevent transmission of the virus from an infected person…

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