Health Swag in a Box
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February 21 2014 4:15 AM
Yes, but don’t toss your condoms just yet, ladies.
Actor Eduardo Bar navigates both life and Hollywood with an admirable and unique perspective.
Having cemented his legacy as one of rocks greatest showman, has it been long enough to ask how Queen's legendary frontman is now remembered by a community once felt abandoned?
Basketball legend Earvin "Magic" Johnson candidly discussed HIV and his recently out gay son with Anderson Cooper last night.
Vague wording in a University of Pittsburgh medical report prompts news outlets to misreport HIV infection rates among bisexual men.
House of Representatives has finally lifted the federal ban on the donation of HIV-positive organs to HIV-positive recipients.
Scientists have developed an intravaginal ring that could prevent HIV infection in women. But don't toss the condoms just yet.
Whether you’re looking for art, beer, wine, food, or music, you can have it all and still benefit a worthy cause.
A new grant will help GMHC use social media to reach New York's rich house and ball community.
New study suggests that medication errors are more likely to be resolved from seeing ID specialists.
Getting people to pay attention to HIV takes a little ingenuity these days.
Healthline campaign offers hope to those recently diagnosed HIV-positive.
Having discovered that her children’s elementary school was using decades old HIV and AIDS learning materials, a Washington woman has vowed to update them herself.
D.C. sees major progress in the fight against HIV and AIDS as rates drop there and worldwide.
Whether you're into art, film, or food, these seven events offer a great reason to get out and support the cause.
Researches believe antifungal drug has unique potential to fight HIV.
Scientists from a research lab in Siberia believe a strain of mushroom is capable of combating HIV.
A UCLA study shows Facebook intervention leads to increased HIV testing among high-risk men.
The industry goes back to work after a two-week moratorium