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HIV - AIDS

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  • HIV's infection tactics could guide AIDS vaccine, study finds

    HIV's infection tactics could guide AIDS vaccine, study finds
    New research that sheds light on the methods and machinery used by HIV to infect cells provides insight into the tricky virus that potentially could guide the development of a vaccine against the virus that causes AIDS, according to U.S. government and...
  • HIV-positive masseur sexually assaults man, police say

    HIV-positive masseur sexually assaults man, police say
    An HIV-positive masseur sexually assaulted a man during a massage, according to Bethlehem police. Christopher Atanazy, 37, of the 100 block of North 13th Street in Allentown, was charged Monday with indecent assault and reckless endangerment. He is...
  • Hartford Restaurateur On Food Network, Lifetime's Project Runway Winner in Hartford

    Hartford Restaurateur On Food Network, Lifetime's Project Runway Winner in Hartford
    It’s autumn and that means well-known Connecticut personalities are back in the groove with new projects that bring new exposure. Master floral designer extraordinaire Ruth Loiseau of Suffield, has launched a new magazine, Couture Flowers. Well-...
  • Success from sorrow, and a predecessor for 'Smokefall'

    Success from sorrow,  and a predecessor for 'Smokefall'
    On Monday, Noah Haidle's "Smokefall" opens on the main stage of the Goodman Theatre. If you follow theater in Chicago, you might have read something about this remarkable play about a Grand Rapids, Mich., family seen across several generations. It...
  • ESPY Award named for Arthur Ashe appalling

    I am appalled that there exists an Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly Award (ESPY) for courage named for Arthur Ashe. Michael Sam received the most recent one. Arthur Ashe was a coward who hid his AIDS status for four years after he had brain...
  • Event aimed at fighting the spread of HIV/AIDS

    Education, testing and care are some of the ways to attack HIV/AIDS. The Broward Health Comprehensive Care Center and the Comprehensive Care Center at Broward House promoted all three of these during the High Impact Prevention Program Community BBQ...
  • Broward metes out HIV funding

    Broward metes out HIV funding
    As one of America's most impacted communities when it comes to the HIV virus and AIDS epidemic, Broward County has received millions of dollars from the federal government since 1991. The money is aimed at helping people with low incomes and no health...
  • Ban on gay blood donors is a civil rights issue, activists say

    Ban on gay blood donors is a civil rights issue, activists say
    When Ryan James Yezak's workplace hosted a blood drive a few years back, he told his boss he would be happy to donate. Then the West Hollywood resident found out that as a gay man, he was banned for life from giving blood under a federal regulation...
  • Online mapping tool shows HIV/AIDS hot spots

    Online mapping tool shows HIV/AIDS hot spots
    An interactive mapping tool designed by Emory University researchers is putting South Florida's HIV/AIDS epidemic in sharp relief. AIDSVu, a free online tool created by Emory's Rollins School of Public Health, allows users to call up maps of Broward,...
  • AIDS drama 'Normal Heart' recalls days of 'gay plague'

     AIDS drama 'Normal Heart' recalls days of 'gay plague'
    The Normal Heart HBO, $19.97; Blu-ray, $24.99 This year's Primetime Emmy ceremony — airing Monday — figures to prominently feature the star-studded HBO movie "The Normal Heart," which is up for nearly every major award in the miniseries/...
  • 'Dance for Life' still makes a case for itself

    'Dance for Life' still makes a case for itself
    Now that gay marriage is legal, at least in some states, and those with HIV can be treated, if not cured, HBO's recent adaptation of Larry Kramer's 1985 play "The Normal Heart" might seem a bit beside the point. Not so, says choreographer Harrison...