When you're in need of a friend -- maybe someone who is just like you, living with HIV, and understanding of the unique physical and emotional challenges experienced by a person living with HIV -- there's an app for that.
A multi-site trial will explore whether medicine can make recovery easier, while a New York-based trial will see how meth affects cognitive function in HIV-positive men.
Does HIV make it hard for you to feel sexy or be intimate? Get some tips about how to boost your sex-esteem and put the pleasure back in sex!
Yummy Stews, Sunlight Time, and Friends: Find Out How These HIV-Positive Folks Cope With the Winter Blues
HIV-positive cold-clime folks on how they stave off colds, seasonal affective disorder, or the run-of-the-mill winter blues – and how they stay toasty and cozy – until those daffodils start a-poppin’!
A mother of two, an infectious diseases physician, a 71-year-old gay man, and an African-American minister chime in on the conversation around the search for an HIV cure.
The enactment of LGBTQ-inclusive paid leave policies would benefit people living with HIV and their caregivers in real and meaningful ways, Human Rights Campaign argues.
As medications for HIV improve longevity, other psychosocial factors such as social isolation have greater negative impact on the overall well-being of people living with HIV.
I would like to know if I can sue someone for saying I'm HIV positive, if I'm not. This was said to me over the phone. It's my word against hers.
Gregg Cassin has spent his entire career helping people with HIV heal by connecting and telling their stories. He's recently created the "Honoring Our Experience" retreat to support long-term survivors.
Q: Hi, I'm a Ph.D and HIV+. I am moving to the states for a HIV research postdoc. In my cover letter, I'm disclosing my status. My question is if is better to avoid this information in my cover letter and if I get the job, will I be provided with HAA...