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Health care providers can’t be effective if patients think they don’t care. Here are some tips for displaying compassion.
An insurer based in Texas’s largest city is accused of creating dangerous obstacles for people living with HIV.
Although PEPFAR has saved an estimated 25 million lives over the past 20 years (and was created by a Republican administration), extreme conservatives are attempting to shut it down.
In this issue we cover the far-right's plight to end a global HIV program that has saved millions, and also celebrate eight amazing advocates who are creating change.
The preferred treatment for syphilis is in short supply, and experts are urging the White House to intervene.
The HRC's director of HIV Health & Equity is focused on changing the way we approach sexual health, particularly within Black and brown communities.
As Sexual Health Awareness Month draws to a close, we can't ignore the dangers of continued health care budget cuts.
Nuestra estrella de portada de la edición Latinx, Pedro Coronado, está agregando un poco de torcedura a las conversaciones sobre salud sexual.
A low dose of an antibiotic could decrease some STIs affecting gay and bisexual men and transgender women.
As a part of Plus’ editorial series withOUT Limits, culture critic Juan Michael Porter II discusses his journey with HIV advocacy and the issues facing the HIV community.
People living with HIV are twice as likely to develop heart issues – but new research shows taking certain drugs could greatly reduce your chances.
Experts say it's especially vital for pregnant women to get tested for the treatable but potentially life-threatening STI.
As a part of Plus’ editorial series withOUT Limits, Prevention Access Campaign Founding Executive Director Bruce Richman on changing the way people think about HIV.