Haiti has been linked with HIV for 30 years. Will the stigma ever go away?
Teachers in Nepal offer new hope for HIV-positive kids
A UN report shows that the rate of infection is drastically dropping thanks to education and outreach.
Takeaways from the International AIDS Conference include new treatment guidelines and renewed hope for a cure
A New Zealand nurse announced that a gay man was HIV-positive in front of a crowded waiting room of other patients.
For many women across sub-Saharan Africa, the simple joy of childbirth can be riskier than their Western counterparts.
New diagnoses of HIV around the world has held at a stead 2.7 million people annually for the last five years, according to a new report by U.N. AIDS released Monday.