PrEP Math

PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) is fairly new, but the HIV prevention tool is not yet having a huge impact on public health. According to the...

Snorting Utensils & Hep C Risk

Last Straw New research shows snorting utensils carry a high risk of transmitting HCV by Larry Buhl The risk of contracting the hepatitis C virus (HCV) and...

Aromatherapy & HIV

Essential Oils Aromatherapy may offer a host of possible benefits, from destressing to boosting immunity by Robert Zukwoski The use of essential oils for healing, both emotional...

UN-representative: When the “End of AIDS” Politics Leaves People Out

It happens every five years. The United Nations General Assembly convenes high-level meetings on HIV/AIDS to review progress on the epidemic and draw attention...

Fighting HIV Criminalization in Colorado (and Winning)

Denver Principles Activists drive sweeping reform of Colorado's HIV criminalization laws by Chip Alfred A four-year campaign to modernize HIV criminalization legislation in Colorado has been successful,...

Microbes & HIV

Working Toward Balance Research into treating the effects of microbes gains steam by Jeannie Wraight There’s been lots of talk recently about the importance of microbes on...

Curing Hep B

C2B The success in curing hep C fuels race to cure B by Larry Buhl In 2013, a revolution happened: A drug regimen was developed that could...

HTVN 702: Vaccine Candidate

Step Forward Vaccine candidates like HTVN 702 are needed to build momentum by Jeannie Wraight If current HIV diagnoses rates persist, about 1 in 2 black men...

Tai Chi & Immune Function

Slow & Steady Tai chi, a good fit for all fitness levels, may improve immune function by Rob Zukowski Some years ago, I recall walking through Madison...

Fast-Tracked or Foiled?

Last month, the Member States of the United Nations adopted the “Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS: On the Fast-Track to Accelerate the Fight...