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What is Juneteenth?

Juneteenth and its flag commemorates one of America's most pivotal historical turning points.

‘Ozempic babies’: Reports of surprise pregnancies raise new questions about weight loss drugs

The joy some experience in discovering pregnancies may come with anxiety about the unknowns, as these medicines haven't been studied in people who are pregnant

Justice Dept plans to reschedule marijuana as a lower-risk drug

The historic move acknowledges the medical benefits of the drug and carries broad implications.

Vampire facial spa infected several women with HIV

The incidents are the first documented cases of people contracting HIV through cosmetic procedures involving needles.

Exclusive: British gay man ‘tortured’ in Qatar is almost out of HIV medicine, family says

Manuel Guerrero, 44, is banned from leaving the country and is about to run out of antiretroviral medication.

Mean Girls' Daniel Franzese on playing an HIV+ character

The actor opens up about his groundbreaking role on the HBO series Looking.

HIV-positive Air Force, Navy servicemembers victorious in lawsuit

The settlement will see that the two are commissioned as officers "in recognition of the status and military careers they qualified for and earned years ago."

Why are mpox cases in the U.S. on the rise again?

Experts point to a lag in vaccination rates in addition to other looming new threats.

Nashville PD Must Pay HIV-Positive Man Denied a Job

The city's police department will always be forced to update outdated hiring policies.

'Drag Race' star Q shares she's living with HIV

The talented queen opened up about their status in an emotional and inspiring episode.

Nex Benedict’s tragic death further proves that Oklahoma is not OK

This HIV activist spent time in the area following the tragedy, and while the local LGBTQ+ community remains strong — so does its opposing forces.

LGBTQ+ celebrities speak up and show out at Elton John's annual Oscars party (exclusive)

You won't believe the record-breaking amount of money the annual event raised for HIV/AIDS causes this year!

HIV+ man banned from jail work program gets last laugh

Not only was the man blocked from working in a kitchen, his HIV status was disclosed without his permission.

Is this the future of PrEP?

A new study found combining treatments could lead to an astounding reduction of HIV transmissions.

Queer men aren't the only ones affected by recent syphilis spike

Maternal syphilis rates in the U.S. have tripled in recent years, CDC report shows, raising infection risk for infants.

Hydeia Broadbent, HIV/AIDS activist, has died at age 39

Broadbent became the face of children living with HIV after appearing on Oprah in the '90s.

Feds Sue Tennessee for Targeting Sex Workers With HIV

The Justice Department says the state is violating the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Dr. Leo Moore is more than the "ultimate health guy"

As one of the nation's top leaders battling HIV and its stigma, this L.A. doctor embodies the best of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.

PrEP without a prescription now a reality in California

Governor Newsom signed a bill on Tuesday greatly increasing access to the preventative HIV medication.

38-year-old inmate dies after being denied HIV meds, lawsuit claims

The company providing health care services to the California prison has previously been accused of failing HIV-positive inmates.