For National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, Masonia Traylor has an important message for Black women about testing, stigma and putting their health first.

Zoe Saldana, Sia, and Julianna Moore have partnered together to help advance an HIV cure, through music.

Plus, Nigerian president apologizes for plagiarizing President Obama's past speech and six Rikers prison guards given prison time for beating an inmate.

Blacks living with HIV/AIDS are less likely to be linked to prolonged medical care and treatment.

When she was first diagnosed with HIV, Vuyiseka Dubula was just an impoverished, 22-year-old Black woman living in a Cape Town township who couldn't afford her own medication. Now she's one of Africa's most fearless warriors in the fight against HIV. Here's her story.

Sheryl Lee Ralph is one of our favorite Hollywood divas to get advice from. The legendary Tony Award-winner stopped by our studios to share information on how HIV testing has become more important than ever. Sheryl has been an activist for the last 30 years. She revealed that she became involved in the cause to raise […]

While we may have made strides in treating the virus, we still have a long way to go in how we treat the person infected.


Researchers continue to study long-term nonprogressors for get insights on HIV resistance that could help the 35 million people battling the virus worldwide.


AIDS and HIV are not the immediate death sentences they once were. But of course, that’s no excuse for us to stay lax on practicing safe sex and being support for loved ones, co-workers and anyone in our circles that are living with the disease. Since 1988, World AIDS Day has been a national day of […]

The extent to which some people distrust the government is not necessarily unwarranted, given the United States’ history of meddling both globally and domestically, often…

  Women may soon have one more weapon at their disposal in the fight against HIV that could (ideally) be available over the counter! Researchers at the University of Washington are hoping to develop a dissolvable tampon containing maraviroc, an HIV-preventing drug. The tampon would deliver high doses of the medication minutes after coming in contact […]

The fight against HIV/AIDS has taken another huge leap in the right direction thanks to researchers at Temple University. A team at the school led by the Department of Neuroscience Chair Dr. Kamel Khalili has been able to completely eliminate the HIV virus from human cells. He’s thrilled about the development, but he notes that scientists […]