Could Cannabis Treat HIV?
February 24 2015 4:00 AM ET

Could Cannabis Treat HIV?

Jeannie Wraight and Mariel Selbovitz

More and more studies are surfacing that show just how important cannabis may be for the treatment of HIV.

How a Cotton Swab Could Determine Your Health in the Future
February 23 2015 6:47 PM ET

How a Cotton Swab Could Determine Your Health in the Future

Katie Peoples

New research could lead to swabs that detect how healthy a wound is.

STUDY: 9 in 10 New U.S. HIV Infections Could Be Prevented With Medical Access
February 23 2015 6:34 PM ET

STUDY: 9 in 10 New U.S. HIV Infections Could Be Prevented With Medical Access

HIV Plus Editors

Researchers say we could prevent the vast majority of new HIV infections tomorrow by improving the health of people living with HIV today.

Ukraine May Be Facing AIDS Disaster
February 23 2015 12:09 PM ET

Ukraine May Be Facing AIDS Disaster

Katie Peoples

Increase in babies born positive show war's effect on HIV fight.

Alleviating Alienation by Building Brotherhood
February 20 2015 4:00 AM ET

Alleviating Alienation by Building Brotherhood

Michael Anthony-Nalepa

Why we have to create our own support networks sometimes.

Groundbreaking Agreement Makes Hep-C Cure Affordable to Those With HIV
February 18 2015 2:50 PM ET

Groundbreaking Agreement Makes Hep-C Cure Affordable to Those With HIV

Jacob Anderson-Minshall

Pharmaceutical company AbbVie has deeply discounted their new drug Viekira Pak, the first three-in-one treatment chronic hepatitis C in those living with HIV.

 Early HIV Treatment Advantage Lost If Treatment Interrupted
February 12 2015 7:57 PM ET

Early HIV Treatment Advantage Lost If Treatment Interrupted

Jacob Anderson-Minshall

One of the goals of HIV service providers is to connect patients with care as quickly as possible, especially since early treatment has been shown to provide long-term advantages. But a new French study reports that any immune recovery benefits gained by starting antiretroviral medications may be lost if treatment is later interrupted.

Merck’s Doravirine One Step Closer
February 09 2015 1:18 PM ET

Merck’s Doravirine One Step Closer

Diane Anderson-Minshall

The pharmaceutical company Merck’s new HIV drug, doravirine, worked so well in patients new to treatment that it moved to Phase III clinical trials — the last stage before drug approval — at the end of last year.

WATCH: Flu Shots, Diabetes Tests, and More Offered at Walgreens
February 09 2015 8:12 AM ET

WATCH: Flu Shots, Diabetes Tests, and More Offered at Walgreens

Daniel Reynolds

Vaccinations and a 24/7 chat are just a few of the comprehensive services offered at the pharmacy chain.

Do You Need More Testosterone?
February 02 2015 5:00 AM ET

Do You Need More Testosterone?

Trudy Ring

Sure, low T can cause complications in men with HIV, but there’s no simple “yes” or “no” answer to that question.

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