RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

HIV - AIDS

A collection of news and information related to HIV - AIDS published by this site and its partners.

Top HIV - AIDS Articles

Displaying items 12-22
  • State tells insurers to limit co-pays for HIV/AIDS drugs

    State tells insurers to limit co-pays for HIV/AIDS drugs
    Supporters of civil rights for people living in Florida with HIV/AIDS are applauding the state Office of Insurance Regulation for warning insurance companies not to overcharge patients for drugs in their 2016 federal marketplace plans. The notice, by...
  • Health Calendar: HIV counseling, STI testing

    EVENTS BLOOD DRIVE: LifeSource will be on site from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. July 3 at Grayslake Area Public Library, 100 Library Lane. Appointments can be made by calling the Adult Reference Desk at 847-223-5313 or going to lifesource.org and using...
  • Cuba first among nations to end mother-to-child HIV, syphilis

    WASHINGTON World health officials say Cuba has become the first country in the world to receive validation that it has eliminated mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis. The achievement was hailed as a breakthrough for Cuba's women and children...
  • 5th man arrested on charge tied to Indiana HIV outbreak

    Federal agents say a fifth man has been arrested in connection with the largest HIV outbreak in Indiana history. The Drug Enforcement Administration announced Monday that 33-year-old Charles Pruett was arrested June 24 in Bremen, Georgia. His hometown...
  • Years before court ruling, pop culture shaped same-sex marriage debate

    Years before court ruling, pop culture shaped same-sex marriage debate
    For decades, gays and lesbians were almost invisible in film and television. Homosexuality in the larger culture was draped in code words, and onscreen depictions either disguised gays and lesbians or treated them as objects of ridicule or scorn. Then...
  • Rapper Mykki Blanco discloses she is HIV positive

    Rapper Mykki Blanco discloses she is HIV positive
    Mykki Blanco, an openly gay rapper and performance artist who has served as a LGBTQ advocate, announced this weekend she has been HIV positive since 2011. "Ive been HIV Positive since 2011, my entire career. (expletive) stigma and hiding in the dark,...
  • After traveling the world, L.A. artist Mark Bradford gets a solo show in his hometown

    After traveling the world, L.A. artist Mark Bradford gets a solo show in his hometown
    Seated on scaffolding high above the floor of the Hammer Museum, Mark Bradford runs his hand along the grooved outline of a two-story map of the United States. Patches of brilliant pinks, various hues of blue and earthy olives peek out from where the...
  • W. Indiana HIV patient charged with not warning sex partners

    A western Indiana man with HIV faces 16 criminal charges for allegedly having sex with four women without warning them he had the virus that can cause AIDS, authorities said Monday. Indiana State Police charged Isiah Christopher Benford, 31, of Terre...
  • UM virology institute to fight HIV/AIDS in Botswana with $24.5 million grant

    UM virology institute to fight HIV/AIDS in Botswana with $24.5 million grant
    The Institute of Human Virology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine has received a $24.5 million federal grant to combat AIDS in Botswana. The institute will use the funds from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to...
  • GOP leader questions legality of Louisville needle exchange

    Kentucky Senate President Robert Stivers is raising questions about Louisville's new needle-exchange program — particularly whether the big disparity between clean needles handed out and used needles removed from circulation violates the state's...
  • 4 arrested in connection with southern Indiana HIV outbreak

    Authorities say four men have been arrested after allegedly distributing drugs that have fueled the largest HIV outbreak in Indiana history. The Drug Enforcement Agency says Michael Elkins of Cartersville, Georgia, distributed pills of the painkiller...