Latest by Mathew Rodriguez
According to a new study, for those over 45 who are wondering whether to start HIV treatment, the writing is on the wall - starting later increases mortality, even more so than in younger people.
President Obama recently released an updated National HIV/AIDS Strategy five years after the debut of the first Strategy. Community stakeholders have already begun to comment on what's new, what's missing and what's next.
Children living with HIV may have trouble taking daily pills. Now, thanks to chewable HIV meds, that problem may be addressed.
Magic Johnson took to the radio to set the story straight and put to bed years worth of rumors. For the record: He is not cured of HIV.
"Warrior of Hope" is a new photography exhibit and art project that asks the viewer to honor those lost in the war on HIV, and seeks to give solace to those who continue to fight the war.
There's a complicated web of poverty, HIV risk and HIV treatment failure. How does food insecurity play a part in that web?
In most cases, people with HIV can stop transmission of the virus just by adhering to their HIV meds. Now, HIV-negative people can also stop HIV transmission with medication called pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP. This video shows how.
Michael Johnson was sentenced on July 13 to 30 years and six months in prison for HIV exposure and transmission in Missouri. The Center for HIV Law & Policy hopes to appeal the verdict.
Could your antidepressants and your HIV meds be interacting in ways you didn't know? Dr. Joel Gallant weighs in to give you some peace of mind.
It's time to get to the bottom of a very important issue: your butt, and how often it should be checked by a care provider.