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Check out our spring 'Wellness Issue' — promise it'll make you feel better!

Plus magazine's March/April issue is full of good vibes and great advice for living your best life possible, regardless of your HIV status.

Celebrating a health care hero on National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Dr. Ada Stewart has devoted her life to helping her community, and is especially focused on educating Black women about HIV.

How I helped change the law that put me and other Black people with HIV behind bars

Reflecting on National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, one individual's battle against outdated HIV laws and deep-seated stigma highlights the urgent need for change and compassion.

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.

Government steps in to stop ongoing syphilis spike

As cases continue to surge in the U.S., recent federal efforts aim to tackle the alarming trend.

Starbucks unveils Black History Month cup collection

Artist Damon Brown's vibrant drinkware collaboration with Starbucks celebrates Black culture and raises funds for the community.

George Takei & Brad Takei on HIV and monogamy

The couple has been together nearly 40 years and are still going strong.

Watch Madonna honor two AIDS heroes at her NYC concert

The Queen of Pop saluted nurses Ellen Matzer and Valery Hughes, who were in the audience at Madison Square Garden.

The latest on an HIV vaccine

Many scientists are undeterred in the effort to prevent HIV without a lifetime of medication.

Is Zepbound a new weight loss miracle drug?

Following the exploding popularity of Ozempic and Wegovy, a new injectable becomes available for those struggling to lose weight.

Meet the young Black heroes fighting for PrEP access at HBCUs

While the HIV prevention drug is common among white, affluent, urban gays, a new team is ensuring access across color lines.

Our country's dark history of persecuting people with HIV

A look back on the criminalization of HIV in the U.S. reveals its connection to systemic racism, classism, and homophobia.

The naked Black body takes center stage in this HIV campaign

"I Love Myself" hopes to shift the narrative around shame and stigma in the Black HIV community.

Plus Jan/Feb issue: Celebrating Black male beauty, talking mental health, & more

In this special issue, we focus on the beauty and resilience of the Black community — and Mr. Gay World shares a message about mental wellness.

This president wants to kill gay people by public stoning

And "doing so would not be a crime," says the Burundi leader who also recently had several HIV activists arrested.

Mr. Gay World wants to make sure you're OK

Troy Michael Smith has survived some dark places, and has now made it his mission to help other gay and bi men find healing.

This OnlyFans Star Is Trying to Raise $100K to Fight HIV

Kyle Krieger will be devoting some of his OF proceeds to AIDS/LifeCycle 2024.

The First Person Cured of AIDS Gets His Due

Palm Springs honors Timothy Ray Brown, the first person known to cured of HIV, with a permanent memorial.

Reflecting on World AIDS Day

Equalpride's Mark Berryhill shares his thoughts on a disease that's impacted our community for over four decades.