World AIDS Day is a time of year when we can focus on how we're affected by HIV/AIDS, as well as how HIV/AIDS affects our loved ones, our friends and our communities. We here at TheBody.com know that when it comes to HIV/AIDS, there's a lot of information to absorb. It can be difficult to know where to start, and that's why we have created the Features & News page for World AIDS Day 2014. Take a dive in and make sure that this year, you get zero misinformation about HIV/AIDS.
Can We Afford to Cure HIV?
Does the vision of a future cure distract from the much-needed work that has to be done in the present? Would a cure reach all those in need? We offer five vital perspectives on the costs of the quest to find a cure for HIV.
HIV-Positive Dads Discuss Fatherhood
They're gay. They're living with HIV. And they love their kids. Meet six fathers who share their stories in this new series on TheBody.com.
How Can I Prevent HIV Transmission?
Anybody can get HIV. HIV only has one agenda -- making more of itself. Assuming someone is HIV negative is not the best prevention strategy, but there are many other effective ones -- before, during or after exposure to the virus.
10 Moments in HIV Empowerment in 2014
Empowerment means "to invest with power." By the power vested in us on World AIDS Day, we offer this celebration of HIV empowerment in 2014.
PrEP Dissent Rooted in Gay Culture Shifts, Lower AIDS Mortality
The debate about HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) -- anti-HIV medication taken to prevent being infected with the virus -- has been loud, and heated. Is PrEP caught in the chasm between conflicting views on gay relationships?
Project Runway's Mondo Guerra on Treatment Teams, Project I Design and What He Learned From Maria Davis
Ever since Mondo Guerra publicly declared his HIV-positive status on Project Runway, his life hasn't been the same. For the past three years, he has worked with Merck & Co., Inc., to deliver important messaging around HIV treatment and adherence via Project I Design, which emphasizes the ability of people living with HIV to tailor their health care to their needs.
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