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  • Health department in Seminole County wins Prudential award

    Health department in Seminole County wins Prudential award
    The department of health in Seminole County is one of the recipients of the 2015 Prudential Productivity Award for collaborating with the Café Latino Coalition of Central Florida, a community group that aims to increase HIV, STD and hepatitis awareness ...
  • Man who fails to tell partner he is HIV positive pleads no contest

    Man who fails to tell partner he is HIV positive pleads no contest
    A San Diego man pleaded no contest Monday to a charge of violating a California health code by failing to tell a sex partner he was HIV positive. Thomas Miguel Guerra, 30, could face six months in jail and $1,000 fine when sentenced April 13. Guerra...
  • 'Looking' recap, 'Looking for Glory'

    'Looking' recap, 'Looking for Glory'
    All of a sudden we're in "love," are we? Maybe it's time -- at least for the show. I doubt it for Patrick and Kevin. We're getting toward the end of the second season of HBO's gay drama "Looking," and raising the specter of love might be the perfect...
  • Man who claims to be HIV positive accused of sexual assault

    Man who claims to be HIV positive accused of sexual assault
    A man who told investigators he was HIV positive is accused of sexually assaulting an unidentified female in Fort Lauderdale, according to a police report. Police say Gary Burke, 52, of Oakland Park, offered a female, whose age was not released, a...
  • HIV strain came from gorillas, study finds

    HIV strain came from gorillas, study finds
    Western lowland gorillas in southern Cameroon appear to be the source for the second-most-lethal category of the immunodeficiency virus that crossed into humans, a new study suggests. The category, called HIV-1 group O, has not been nearly as...
  • AACC cancels Black History event over concerns about speaker's comments on homosexuality, HIV

    AACC cancels Black History event over concerns about speaker's comments on homosexuality, HIV
    Officials at Anne Arundel Community College have canceled a scheduled campus lecture by a controversial black educator after students raised concerns about his past comments on gay and lesbian identity and HIV. Umar Johnson, a school psychologist and...
  • Broward lawmakers finalize priorities for session

    Broward lawmakers finalize priorities for session
    Broward lawmakers on Monday set their priorities for the March 3 legislative session, agreeing to focus on curbing high-stakes tests in schools, getting more funding for urban water management, reforming youthful offender laws and expanding HIV testing....
  • Remembering the great Lesley Gore

    "I'M YOUNG, and I want to be young, I'm free and I want to be free/To live my life the way I choose, to say and do whatever I please!" Lesley Gore, belting out her prescient anthem, "You Don't Own Me," in 1964. YEARS AGO I interviewed Lesley Gore. She...
  • A Beer Tasting And Two Oscar Parties Among This Week's Fundraisers

    A Beer Tasting  And Two Oscar Parties Among This Week's Fundraisers
    >>The beer-tastings event Craft Sippin' returns for its second year to the New Britain Museum of American Art Friday, Feb. 20, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. In addition to food and drink, there will be DIY studio component — when guests can make their own...
  • Man who said he has HIV bites deputy during arrest, report says

    Man who said he has HIV bites deputy during arrest, report says
    A man who said he has HIV bit a deputy during an arrest — taking out a chunk of his skin — outside of a Wellington bar, according to the Palm Beach Sheriff's Office. Deputies said they arrested Jeffrey Switzer, 25, Monday. According to an...
  • With genetic engineering, scientists use decoy molecule to trick HIV

    With genetic engineering, scientists use decoy molecule to trick HIV
    An effective vaccine for HIV has eluded researchers for several decades, due to the pathogen's infamous shape-shifting abilities. Even though researchers have identified certain broadly neutralizing antibodies that can conquer multiple strains of the...