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Thirty Years Later, AIDS Activists Who 'Seized Control' Discuss Their Legacy

"Activism, indeed, matters," Mark S. King writes. "It was humbling to revisit the ongoing legacy of ACT UP and the countless other activists who have had such a profound impact."

By Mark S. King for

Are We Breaking Barriers and Building Bridges?

During a session on HIV and healthy aging at the International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam, one woman spoke passionately about the need for increased visibility of older people living with HIV.

By Sarah Denison-Johnston for The Well Project

Pilot Study Finds Intense Exercise Is Good for Older HIV-Positive Men

In a recent study, older men who engaged in high-intensity aerobic exercise (but not moderate intensity) showed a significantly increased their ability to maximize their use of oxygen.

By Sean R. Hosein for Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange

National Coalition Needed to Advance Issues Facing Long-Term Survivors of HIV, Report Says

A new report from The Reunion Project on HIV Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day calls for a national coalition of survivors of HIV to advance the needs of survivors in four key areas: research, programs, community building, and advocacy.

By The Reunion Project

New Research Provides Clarity on Questions of HIV-Related Accelerated Aging

Researchers surveyed earlier this month by the Washington Post added a critical dimension to the current understanding of accelerated aging.

By AIDS United

What Medicaid Work Requirements Might Mean for People With HIV

These and other rules show that many states, urged on by Trump, are trying to push people off their coverage.

By Tim Murphy

Fracture Risk Doubled in 50- to 59-Year-Old Men With HIV

Compared with a similar group of HIV-negative men, 50- to 59-year-old men with HIV in a large U.S. study had a doubled risk of fractured bones.

By Mark Mascolini

You Are Not Alone: USCA Scholarship for People Living With HIV/50+

"We are looking for warriors who have survived, who understand that building community is a way to end the depression and isolation that confronts too many people living with HIV over 50."

By Paul Kawata for National Minority AIDS Council

Worried About HIV and Aging? The First Thing to Do Is Stop Smoking

Smoking could both shorten your life and have a significant impact on your quality of life. These effects seem particularly more severe for individuals living with HIV.

By Roger Pebody

A Vital Link to HIV Care and So Much More

Darren talks wistfully of the past and frankly states, "I am basically alone." But his life has been changed in a myriad of ways through his relationship with Chicago's CORE Center.

By AIDS Foundation of Chicago