He underwent a smorgasbord of tests as the family anxiously awaited the answer. But we knew. The innocents in the old snapshot all knew instinctively, even before the test results came in. Stephen had AIDS.
Kenny Fries writes of love, AIDS, and their difficult overlap.
No matter the situation, you always have two options. You either give up or you get on with your life. You either live or you die.
LGTBI rights in Africa get some help from science.
Real guys on aging, personal growth and the awesomeness of wrinkles.
Raad Rahman explores the difficulty in fighting HIV among South Asian migrant workers.
Health-care providers need to view the health of young gay men within a broader context of personal health and not solely defined by HIV.
So much has changed since the first HIV test was approved 30 years ago
Don’t blame the Internet for increasing rates of HIV in urban areas. Blame a lack of adequate sex education.
Noah Stetzer explores HIV and uncertainty in this sobering poem.
Arinjay Banerjee demonstrates the differences in this medical jargon
There’s a new STI on the rise, and here’s what you need to know about Lyme Disease. Yes, Lyme Disease.
A life in a box of papers untouched for almost twenty years.
“Messages that focus solely on condom use do not engage with the psychological and social issues that inflame people’s desires to engage in risk-taking behaviour,” writes Angelus Morningstar.