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Indiana Police Dept. Settles With DOJ After Rejecting HIV+ Candidate

The city of Clarksville just got a lesson in the Americans With Disabilities Act.

How Painting With Gay Blood Can Tackle HIV Stigma

A creative company is tackling a ban on blood donations from gay and bi men in a very novel way.


Decriminalization of HIV is 'Scientifically Proven and Morally Correct'

The United Nations continues to push for the global decriminalization of HIV.

Georgia Woman Speaks Out About Monkeypox Pain & Lack of Treatment

While there are MPV treatment options available, the woman says she was only offered Tylenol and sent on her way,

Study: Latin Americans on HIV Meds at Higher Risk for Weight Gain

New research shows that the disparities that HIV+ people face in Latin America affects their overall health and wellness.

The U.S. Has New Polio Case for the First Time in Nearly a Decade

Experts are saying the singular case is a fluke, but recommend anyone who is not yet vaccinated to do so.

Legendary HIV Activist and Artist Hunter Reynolds Has Died

We celebrate his legacy and fearless fight against homophobia and HIV.