The Welcome Side Effect of PrEP
January 26 2015 12:00 AM ET

The Welcome Side Effect of PrEP

Daniel Reynolds

A spike in relationships that bridge the so-called viral divide may be an unintended side effect of the use of PrEP for HIV prevention.

WATCH: Walgreens Pharmacists Treat Diabetes and Other HIV-Related Comorbidities
January 23 2015 8:02 AM ET

WATCH: Walgreens and HIV-Related Comorbidities

Daniel Reynolds

Diabetes, high cholesterol, and hepatitis C are just few of the conditions that can be treated at Walgreens.

As PrEP Becomes More Available, Couples With One Poz Partner Consider Treatment
January 23 2015 12:00 AM ET

Should All Serodiscordant Couples Use PrEP?

Daniel Reynolds

Serodiscordant relationships, in which one partner is negative and the other is positive, seem like an ideal situation to use PrEP, but many couples are forgoing the treatment. Why?

Sex, Bottoming, and What You've Missed About PrEP
January 22 2015 5:59 AM ET

Sex, Bottoming, and What You've Missed About PrEP

Diane Anderson-Minshall

Pre-exposure prophylaxis is a generic term — it applies to things like malaria drugs and such — but for HIV it's synonymous with Truvada. Turns out, says Jim Pickett, it shouldn't be.

In Their Own Words: Men on PrEP Explain Why They Take It
January 22 2015 12:00 AM ET

In Their Own Words: Men on PrEP Explain Why They Take It

Daniel Reynolds

Find out why these gay and bi men have decided to go on PrEP.

Op-ed: When One Activist Movement Knocks Out Another
January 22 2015 12:00 AM ET

Op-ed: When One Activist Movement Knocks Out Another

Tyler Curry

HIV is resurging among young gay and bisexual men. Here's why we are all to blame.

Ten Ways to  Beat Insomnia Now
January 14 2015 4:00 AM ET

Ten Ways to  Beat Insomnia Now

Sam Page

The year 2015 may be the most important yet for our collective understanding of sleep. The time we previously thought of as “offline maintenance mode” is actually a highly active, important process of cataloging short-term memories.  And a sleep deficit as small as one hour per night substantially increases the risk of high blood pressure, unwanted weight gain, and rapid onset type 2 diabetes.  

Could Monkeys Lead to a Vaccine?
January 12 2015 4:00 AM ET

Could Monkeys Lead to a Vaccine?

HIVPlusMag.com Editors

Two human safety trials are being developed now.

Age Is Not a Condom
January 09 2015 4:00 AM ET

Age Is Not a Condom

HIVPlusMag.com Editors

Your doctors need to understand that sex doesn’t end at 50.

No More Injections for People With Hep C
January 06 2015 4:01 AM ET

No More Injections for People With Hep C

Trudy Ring

Two new all-oral regimens improve hepatitis C treatment

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