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Social Connectedness and HIV: Strategies for Better Health Img
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Social Connectedness and HIV: Strategies for Better Health

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.

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HIV and Defamation

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.

HIV Hero: Gregg Cassin and the Healing Power of Community Img
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HIV Hero: Gregg Cassin and the Healing Power of Community

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.

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Postdoc seeks information on getting medications

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...

HIV and Mental Health Img
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HIV and Mental Health

If you are living with HIV, it's important to pay attention to both your physical and mental health. This fact sheet provides information on how people with HIV can take care of their mental health.

Counting My Blessings, Remaining Undetectable, and Continuing to Move Forward: A Blog Entry by Lynda Arnold Img
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Counting My Blessings, Remaining Undetectable, and Continuing to Move Forward: A Blog Entry by Lynda Arnold

"It's that time of year again. Holiday bustle. End-of-year reflections. World AIDS Day remembrances and calls to action. In my home, my days are busy [d]ays I truly once thought I'd never live to see."

The Science of Gratitude: How It Improves Your Health Img
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The Science of Gratitude: How It Improves Your Health

"Gratitude is not just a nice idea," David Fawcett, Ph.D., LCSW writes. "When incorporated into daily routines, it can impact people's physical and emotional life in very meaningful ways."

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In Defense of Louise Hay

Dead this summer at 90, the New Age guru who ministered to people with AIDS in the plague's darkest years was often called a dangerous quack and a profiteer. To Sherri Lewis, though, she was an angel.

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Disclosing another person's HIV status out of spite

I have a question about disclosing another person's HIV status on social media in a spiteful manner because they want to make that person look bad to others.

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Does an ex-partner has HIV?

I have a question about a possible exposure. My family member just found out that a guy she was dating may have HIV, because he was also dating a person who just recently passed away from AIDS. I'm wondering if there's any way to find out if the guy ...