Living with HIV is easy, really: It is all the day-to-day stuff that we deal with that frustrates us to the point where we forget to take care of ourselves.
"My years of smoking are much more likely to kill me than HIV," Mark S. King writes. "I suppose that's progress, and testament to how far we have come in my 32 years living with the virus. So why am I so defensive about my switch to vaping?"
Many Texas residents -- including people living with HIV and their families -- are still reeling from the disaster left in Harvey's wake, though some HIV organizations have begun to spring back.
Katie Kramer, M.P.H., M.S.W., discusses why working with people living with HIV returning home from prison or jail is important.
Get some great tips about traveling with HIV. Learn about packing your pills, adjusting your dosing schedule and traveling abroad.
I have been "undetectable" for over 4 years and consistent with my medications. A recent "Body" article from Mr. Damon Jacobs on your site said: "When someone is undetectable for 6 months or more, they are humanly incapable of transmitting their HIV ...
We've come a long way since it was common practice for religious leaders in the U.S. to publicly condemn people living with or at risk for HIV. But places of worship still can do more.
Hello and thank you in advance for your time in answering me. I live in Virginia and the company that I work for is a very small engineering services contractor who offers health insurance from Aetna. I recently received a letter from Aetna via the U...
Some scientists believe that the very thing that makes ticks good at spreading disease -- their saliva -- might also be able to reduce heart disease in people living with HIV.