The little pink pill has finally been approved, but is it all it's cracked up to be?
This new study shows to truly protect women from HIV, the entire reproductive tract needs to be considered.
Products in the mail. Who doesn't like that?
HIV infections finally drop significantly among African-American women, but this is no time to stop fighting.
What to expect before, during, and after you're expecting your own little bundle of joy.
Yes, but don’t toss your condoms just yet, ladies.
Researchers also hope an ecological perspective of HIV risk to Native American women can lead to better HIV prevention in a group more likely to die of AIDS after becoming positive.
New research study says hot flashes, sleep problems, depressed moods, anxiety, and irritability are all worse if you're positive.
After doing AIDS walks in a wheelchair, Jinny Morelock is honoring her son by riding over 500 miles to raise money.
Women with HIV are more likely to receive poor or inappropriate care, especially within the first year of diagnosis.