Latest by Mathew Rodriguez
When it comes to medical care, gay men should not all be considered to be the same. Depending on whether an individual participates in sex as the insertive partner (top) or receptive partner (bottom), there's a difference in HIV acquisition risk.
A study of British gay men found that HIV-negative gay men who reported several symptoms of depression were also more likely to report having sex without barrier protection.
HIV-positive men may face a host of aging-related conditions in middle age as opposed to old age. New research can tell you what you should get screened for to keep your body in top shape.
Queer rapper Mykki Blanco revealed his HIV-positive status on social media on Friday, hoping to fight stigma associated with HIV.
Should you be open about your sexuality with your doctor? Dr. David of the #AsktheHIVDoc web series weighs in.
After going defunct less than a decade ago, GMHC has decided to revive its famous Buddy Program, which will focus on making sure people who have been living with HIV for 10 years or more get the support they need.
Mario Cooper, an activist who bridged the gap between AIDS activism, gay activism and communities of color, has passed at 61 years old.
A group of scientists and researchers has petitioned the FDA to change the label of an injectable birth control method. Is the data there to warrant the change?
Getting to undetectable takes a different amount of time for everyone -- and some may never quite get there. Dr. Joel Gallant explains.
Can two HIV-positive, undetectable sex partners go ahead with condomless sex? HIV doctor Joel Gallant weighs in.