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My Health, My Way

My Health, My Way provides resources for living your best life with HIV. Our videos connect newly diagnosed HIV individuals to wellness experts across the country, who are redefining a healthy lifestyle, while featuring modern information on maintaining a holistic, healthy, and happy approach to HIV care and treatment.

Fitness Trainer Living With HIV Offers Easy Workouts Anyone Can Do

Celebrity trainer Sam Page shares a few handy exercises you can do anywhere, so no more excuses.

Having HIV Doesn't Mean You Can't Have Kids

Being HIV-positive doesn’t need to get in the way of your dreams, including building a family.

Getting Fit, One Affirmation at a Time

Celebrity fitness guru Sam Page trains hit bands like The xx, but he’s really a believer whole mind-body wellness.

Mindful Living with Gerald Garth

CHILL editor in chief Gerald Garth shares his five tips on living healthy with HIV

Whole Body Health

Gerald Garth wants you to embrace good mental health from a holistic perspective.

5 Ingredients to a Healthy Life with Demarco Majors

Former professional basketball player and personal trainer Demarco Majors shares his advice on living healthy with HIV.

You Are What You Eat

Former pro basketball player Demarco Majors worries about what you’re putting in your body.

5 Tips for Living Healthy with HIV

Episode 4 of the My Health, My Way series featuring HIV specialist, Dr. Derrick Butler​

Don’t Make HIV a Roadblock

Dr. Derrick Butler says there’s no longer any reason that HIV should change your goals in life. Just take your meds every day.

5 Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Relationship with HIV

Episode 3 of the My Health, My Way series featuring relationship expert, Tricia Kayiatos-Smith​​

Two-Drug Regimen Proves To be Effective in Controlling HIV

In late-stage studies, dolutegravir and lamivudine demonstrate the ability to replace a 3-drug regimen to control HIV.

Unpacking Relationships

There’s no reason HIV, or the trauma of surviving it, should stop you from finding true love, says social worker Tricia Kayiatos-Smith.

5 Ways to Change Your Life in 5 Minutes

They might seem small, but these five daily rituals will help you become a better you.