When given an HIV diagnosis, it's not the end of the world yet. Here are a few things to remember not only to keep yourself alive but to also have a life.
For World Aids Day 2016, we look back at the research and progress we've made in fighting the HIV/AIDS pandemic, as well as the search for a cure.
A new study has revealed that Gaétan Dugas was not the HIV patient zero who supposedly triggered the AIDS pandemic in North America in the 1980s.
Scarlett Johansson and her band will be part of amfAR's The Time is Now AIDS benefit album that covers a number of songs from the 1980s.
As the world celebrates National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, let’s look into the new and hopeful discoveries for HIV treatment.
With medical science able to delay the onset of AIDS, you can find ways to keep yourself healthy even if you’re HIV positive.
Researchers have made a major AIDS medical breakthrough in finding a vaccine and a possible functional cure for HIV, thanks to a recent study.
Almost 35 years since the AIDS virus was first discovered, the perspective of a generation that lived under its shadow is different from today's generation.
When playwright Larry Kramer decided to use his anger against discrimination and AIDS, he created a paradigm shift in how the world saw the virus.