Housing insecurity is a major barrier to accessing medical care for people living with HIV as well as a major driver of chaotic drug use.
In contemplating Bourdain's suicide and her own battle with depression, Sherri Lewis writes, "I discovered that my problems were not about dying, but about how to live."
Work requirement laws in state Medicaid programs, newly approved by the Trump Administration starting in January of this year, are some of Republicans' most blatant, and most contested, strategies to undermine health care for low-income Americans....
I'm Undetectable, but My CD4 Dropped: I Thought I Was an Outlier, but I'm Not So Different After All
"Something is happening in my body, and I'd like to know what to do about it," Takia Miller writes.
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What Is Diabetes? Symptoms of Diabetes Glucose (Blood Sugar) Tests Who Is at Risk for Diabetes? HIV and Diabetes? What Problems Can Diabetes Cause? How Are Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes Treated? Taking Care of Yourself
Learn about the healing power of support groups -- what they are and how to set one up, get it going, and tend to issues as it grows.
Almost nowhere do we have deep discussions about reproductive options for HIV-positive men, particularly cisgender straight men. Kenyon Farrow talked with HIVE's Shannon Weber and Guy Vandenberg about the issue.
The key issues in play when a U.S. District Court takes up a legal challenge to Kentucky's Medicaid work requirement on Friday.
"Emotional scars can never heal, and the damage they cause can be irreparable," Tim Hinkhouse writes.
Justin B. Terry-Smith talks with five people who have been HIV positive between 10 and 30-plus years to better understand what being a long-term survivor means and to learn about some of the challenges they face.