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3 hrs ago | OhNoTheyDidnt
Should you ever find yourself having to choose the most galvanizing play of the last 30 years, you wouldn't be wrong to name The Normal Heart , Larry Kramer's scalding 1985 drama about the HIV/AIDS epidemic then decimating the gay community in America.
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7 hrs ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette
Dining out at select Vancouver Island restaurants on April 24 will mean a lot to those working with some of the region's most marginalized people.
7 hrs ago | WXLO-FM Worcester
You know Ryan Lewis as the "other guy" in Macklemore & Ryan Lewis . But now, the Grammy-winning hip-hop artist is speaking out about something very personal: his mother's decades-long battle with HIV.
8 hrs ago | CBS Local
"Yes, I'm grateful that I lived," Julie Lewis, who is HIV positive, says. "But I want to do something to honor all those people that we love dearly who died along the way."
11 hrs ago | Washington Blade
There is a disease in us that powerfully chains our minds, devastates our spirits, and controls our decisions.
13 hrs ago | EDGE
A daily pill that can prevent HIV infection? It almost seems to be too good to be true, so that's why the Pride Center is hosting a forum to discuss Truvada.
17 hrs ago | PhysOrg Weblog
Researchers have discovered that a type of white blood cell carries a deadly fungus into the brains of HIV positive patients, causing meningitis which kills more than 600,000 people a year.
22 hrs ago | Iol.co.za
When you risk your life fishing on dangerous seas, a drink in the bars back on shore seem a welcome relief, but in Uganda, it has created a culture with staggering rates of HIV.
22 hrs ago | Medical Daily
HIV/AIDS is a leading cause of death around the world, and science is closer than ever to cracking the disease's code.
22 hrs ago | Time
On the 30th anniversary of a controversial press conference trumpeting the discovery of HIV, one of the virus' co-discoverers, Dr. Robert Gallo, says we're not likely to ever cure AIDS On April 23, 1984, Secretary of Health and Human Services Margaret Heckler called a press conference to make a stunning announcement: Hoarse from laryngitis, the ... (more)
Some of the opinions on the Internet about refugee resettlement in Wyoming are inaccurate and racist, Gov. Matt Mead said.a a blog called Refugee Resettlement Watch has a picture of a Gillette man and his family with the headline "The man who started the Wyoming refugee controversy."
Photo courtesy of the Food NetworkTed Allen, host of 'Chopped,' is a spokesman for Dining Out for Life, a fundraiser for a HIV/AIDS organizations.
Restaurants across Rhode Island will be participating in Dining Out for Life, Thursday, April 24, benefitting AIDS Project Rhode Island.
Layla Eplett writes about the anthropology of food. She has a Masters in Social Anthropology of Development from the University of London's School of Oriental and African Studies and loves getting a taste of all kinds of culture--gastronomic, traditional, and sometimes accidentally, bacterial.
Ryan Lewis may not talk about it much in the public sphere, but his mother was diagnosed with HIV back in the '80s - a state of affairs that greatly impacted his life.
David Holtgrave, PhD, professor and chair of the Department of Health, Behavior and Society at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, was appointed this week to the newly created position of Vice Chair of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services .
The annual Dining Out for Life fundraiser will take place this week on Thursday, April 24 .
Despite major developments in HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, and research in 2013, cable evening news shows devoted scant time to covering developments in the fight against HIV/AIDS in 2013.