The image of someone getting home health care just doesn't match who really needs it and how it can change your life when you have a chronic condition like HIV. Our expert explains.
Time is of the utmost now, but understanding medicare enrollment sometimes takes an expert. Here's an HIV-specialist pharmacist and vice president of the Kentuckiana AIDS Alliance tells us how people like her can offer free, immediate assistance.
A new survey by shows less than half of the people in the U.K. can correctly identify all paths of transmission, and a third of all individuals and about a third said they would be uncomfortable working with someone who had HIV.
One HIV-positive man finds something deeply profound and very personal about the findings of two recent treatment studies
The new study shows that only 30 percent of HIV positive patients are taking meds to achieve viral suppression.
Twenty years after his death, HIV and AIDS activist Pedro Zamora's legacy remains crucial in the the fight against the virus.