With HIV continuing, in the US, to disproportionately impact gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men as well as transwomen, Michigan's Between The Lines newspaper decided to launch it's own HIV testing and prevention initiative. Here's why we did it.
WATCH: $458 Million Per Year from U.S. to Anti-Gay Nigeria? HIV Plus Video Minute with Josh Robbins Explains
Why is the U.S. sending over $450 million to Nigeria each year? Plus, The Body's doctor answers a weird question and the new dot HIV domain launching.
Why do we resist believing that people can learn when to take a pill and when not to?
Plus, GLAAD tells a regonal TV station to clean up their stigma-filled reporting on HIV.
CNN may have had more reporting on HIV in 2013, but it wasn't reflective of the actual HIV crisis in modern America
Out of 90 vaccine attempts, only 5 vaccine candidates were worthy of progressing to phase two or phase three human efficacy trials, and of those five, only two vaccines continue in clinical trials today — one in this country and one in South Africa. But we can't stop now.
In this week's installment, our video correspondent looks at recent buzzworthy HIV stories, including the feds endorsing the HIV prevention pill, Sterling gets schooled, and CDC redefines "safe" sex.
A full 22 percent of people living with HIV have major depression. I do. Do you?