Private and commercial companies are being influenced by the U.S. Task Force to cover Truvada without any costs from consumers.
A shocking statistic released by WHO reveals what we've known all along: budget cuts are putting people's health at risk.
The bill is the first of its kind in the United States, and has the support of several newly elected Democratic legislators.
Researchers say nearly half of men who have sex with men practice anal douching, but a new study might have them think twice.
The permanent San Francisco installation will honor those still standing after living through the original HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Long-term survivor Alberto Bermudez was diagnosed in 1988, and now he's educating a community still in denial about the virus.
Trust issues are a real thing when it comes to medical practice, but take a breath before making preconceived notions.
The longtime activist, spiritual leader, and author says the HIV community helped establish her career. Now, she vows to pay it forward.
You're confident in your treatment, but how do you get through the period of "waiting" for possible symptoms or side effects?
New research based on MSM couples shows gonorrhoea may be more easily spread through saliva than previously thought.