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HIV (INACTIVE)

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  • Willowbrook stalls action on pot businesses

    Willowbrook stalls action on pot businesses
    Willowbrook officials are holding off on enacting zoning regulations for medical marijuana cultivation and dispensary centers until the state completes writing rules under the new law that allows the facilities. So far, no cannabis business has...
  • Berlin Film Review: 'Test'

    A timid San Francisco dancer in 1985 copes with misinformation and fear sparked by the growing AIDS crisis in sophomore helmer Chris Mason Johnson's underwhelming "Test." Thanks to the director's credentials as a dancer, the performance scenes with the...
  • Indictment details alleged assault and coverup by L.A. County deputies

    Indictment details alleged assault and coverup by L.A. County deputies
    Two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies conspired to assault a handcuffed jail inmate and struck him with a flashlight before writing reports that falsely claimed he attacked them, according to a federal indictment made public on Friday. The alleged...
  • Judge kills measure for separate L.A. health department

    A judge has preemptively struck down a ballot measure that would force the city of Los Angeles to launch its own health department separate from the county's. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Michael P. Linfield ruled Friday that the measure...
  • State, city to offer free HIV testing to push African American awareness

    State, city to offer free HIV testing to push African American awareness
    A broad coalition of government agencies and non-profit organizations will be offering free HIV testing in Baltimore on Friday — which is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. The events and the national initiative are efforts "to encourage...
  • 9th Circuit bans juror exclusion over sexual orientation

    SAN FRANCISCO — A federal appeals court became the first in the nation to rule that prospective jurors may not be excluded because of their sexual orientation, a decision that expands juror protections beyond race and gender and provides legal...
  • Vanessa Redgrave, Joely Richardson, Peter Lindbergh Honored at Starry, Snowy amfAR New York Gala

    Film and fashion's most notable talent braved rivers of slush and and sleet for amfAR's exclusive annual blackĀ­tie gala on Feb. 5, held at the Wall Street outpost of tony pleasuredome Cipriani. The lavish soiree, sponsored by Bulgari, Wells Fargo,...
  • National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Feb. 7; find a Peninsula testing site near you

    National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Feb. 7; find a Peninsula testing site near you
    The Peninsula metropolitan region has one of the highest HIV/AIDS rates in the country. Early diagnosis and treatment can cut the transmission rate by up to 90 percent, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. Find out where you can get tested,...
  • HIV and consensual sex an often complicated mix

    It is morally and ethically wrong to have sexual intercourse with someone if you are aware you are HIV positive, especially if the person with whom you engage in sexual activity does not know your HIV status. More importantly, in Florida, it is illegal...
  • Making homophobia legal in Africa

    A disturbing new law in Nigeria establishes sweeping restrictions on homosexuality and has already led to dozens of arrests. Even before the law went into effect, it was illegal to engage in same-sex relations. But the new law goes further,...
  • Treatment delayed for youth with HIV

    Treatment delayed for youth with HIV
    Many young people are not getting timely treatment for their HIV infections, and that is putting their long-term health at risk and threatening the health of their partners, a new study from Johns Hopkins Children’s Center found. Evidence suggests...