The use of an HIV workshop for intelligence gathering purposes has put global health programs at risk, say critics.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention issued travel warning to the three West African countries affected by the Ebola outbreak.
Dr. Demetre Daskalakis will be head of the New York City Bureau of HIV/AIDS after effectively controlling the meningitis outbreak last year.
Six passengers of the 298 killed on Malaysia Airlines flight 17 were researchers and advocates heading to Melbourne, Australia for the International AIDS Conference. Here friends, family members, and colleagues mourn their loss and celebrate their lives.
The U.S. Department of Justice released guidelines to states on how to change HIV-specific laws to reflect scientific findings.
Uganda's parliament approved a bill that imposes 10-year jail sentences for the 'willful and intentional' transmission of HIV.
The ‘Positive Planning’ initiative for long-term financial wellness is the first of its kind, according to organizers.
A policy forcing health groups to adopt the government's views on prostitution was ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court Thursday.