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The co-founder of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation discusses how activists can take action with an incoming Donald Trump administration.
"A lot of us want to stop, reduce or change how we use a substance in our lives," writes Joanna Eveland, M.D. "But it can be hard. We've evolved, as a species with bodies that are particularly attuned to rewards and incentives."
Common life events -- whether they're good or bad -- can also be sources of stress and have impacts on the health of people living with HIV.
Eating the right kinds of food and maintaining a balanced diet are key to maintaining overall health. For people with HIV, the association between nutrition and health is even more pronounced.
Why do Americans and their insurers pay more for some drugs and less for others? And who decides what a fair price for a drug should be, and how can manufacturers and health plans be compelled to improve access and affordability?
Inflammation is a generic term for the body's response to injury. And, it's one of the most important topcs in the HIV medical community right now.
How do hard drugs affect the progression of HIV? A new study in gay men sheds some light.
More people are getting on PrEP every day, but some are concerned about drug resistance. Should they be?
After a documented transmission of HIV that occurred on the set of a gay porn in Nevada, might they be getting a required condom use law?
Most often, anal cancer is caused by the stunningly common human papillomavirus (HPV). MSM are more likely to get anal HPV than men who only have sex with women. If you add HIV, the infection risk goes up further.