In honor of AIDS Awareness Month in December, we spoke to HIV/AIDS activist Penny DeNoble, who takes a brave stand against the virus—and inspires others to do the same.
Fighting AIDS All Over the World
At age 70+, AIDS and HIV activist Marion Bunch takes on the disease that took her son’s life in Africa and beyond.
Breast Milk: A “Secret Weapon” Against HIV?
According to new research, a compound in breast milk may protect babies from acquiring HIV.
Living With HIV In Retirement
By managing the disease properly, adults with HIV can lead productive, healthy lives well into their retirement years.
The Rise of HIV in Older Adults
More than one-third of HIV-positive individuals in the U.S. are over age 50. What accounts for the rise in HIV among older adults?
Could Cats Offer a Cure for HIV/AIDs?
Cats may be giving humans a boost in the search for an HIV cure.
HIV Testing for All?
New guidelines recommend that all individuals between the ages of 15 and 65 receive HIV testing.
HIV/AIDs Infections Have Dropped Dramatically, Report Shows
Global HIV/AIDS infections have decreased by 30% since 2001, U.N. officials say.
STDs in Women Over 40?
STDs in women (and men) 40-plus are on the rise. What to watch out for—and how to protect yourself.