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At-home testing seeks to achieve District's goals that 90% of people with HIV know their status and are linked with treatment
Five LGBTQ stories you need to know
Grindr and other apps want to make it easier for users to anonymously notify sexual partners should they be diagnosed with an STD
This opt-in feature reminds users to get tested and even helps find a clinic
"A safe sex emoji will empower to talk openly about protection."
Those who consider themselves HIV-negative really hate using condoms
New cases of HIV and deaths related to the disease are falling dramatically in the District, but with 2.5% prevalence, the area remains what the...
— Michigan state Rep. Gary Glenn (R), speaking in Light wins: How to overcome the Criminalization of Christianity. The film also includes interviews with Rand Paul and...
Us Helping Us, People Into Living Inc. (UHU), the local support group for HIV-positive black gay men, will unveil its new mobile health-screening unit Friday,...
Out of condoms and lube? There's an app for that. Apple Inc., maker of the iPhone, recently approved a new mobile application – commonly called...
The theme yesterday with regard to HIV/AIDS and other transmittable diseases affecting the District was that progress is being made, but there's certainly more work...
Standing at a lectern in front of the Wanda Alston House, one of the nation's few transitional homes specifically for LGBT youth, Thursday, March 25,...