For many of us, managing HIV is not just about survival; it’s about living well. But what does “living well” actually mean, and what steps can you take to maximize your health and happiness if you’re HIV positive?
Even the COVID-19 pandemic can’t stop our vulnerable, human hearts from wanting connection.
Stress, job loss, and a lack of in-person meetings have made recovery or even harm reduction a challenge amid the pandemic.
The beloved downtown New York City vocal powerhouse recorded the socially distanced show this summer on Fire Island.
COVID-19 is still spreading—and we’re still isolating and socially distancing. Here are some ways to take care of your mental health during the pandemic.
People with HIV were already subject to a range of medical, mental health, and psychosocial challenges before the pandemic. The pandemic itself has exacerbated many of these challenges.
Top HIV-serving dentists say it’s safe to come back to their offices. And they offer pro tips for maintaining strong chompers at home.
Some longtime dwellers of Bailey-Holt House, open since 1986, oppose being displaced, even though they’re invited back.
Ten years ago, Charles Sanchez passed out on the street and was rescued by his therapist. Today, he’s sober—and life is better than ever.
Nearly 250 attendees joined in for the daylong event on personal empowerment and social justice.
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, Dr. Malebranche has been recording videos that answer some of the most pressing questions asked by people living with HIV, and that share practical guidance on important things to keep in mind.