Like many Black millennials, Nicole Buffong is intelligent and driven. But her life within the past 12 months was turned
Today is World AIDS Day and a time to become educated and aware of the prevalence of the disease. The
New York City has been on the vanguard of HIV prevention and education for the past several decades. In 2015,
For more than 40 years, HIV/AIDS has been an epidemic not only in America but throughout the world. But now
Tony Gillespie is now the VP of Public Policy and Engagement at the Indiana Minority Health Coalition (IMHC) and his
During a matter-of-fact conversation, rapper Lil Webbie tells rolling out report Jeffery Lewis about an alleged confession from a girl
A Toledo, Ohio man was in court this week facing charges that he committed murder, not with a weapon, but
In 2013, a college wrestler named Michael Johnson became what has been called by some the scapegoat of HIV infection.
An executive order was issued by President Trump that is strangely not being covered by major media outlets and its
Francesca Schuman talks about HIV prevention, Black transgender prostitutes and sex.
Sherry Hennigan’s biggest fear: living in hell with the HIV virus. In 1989, HIV was considered a death sentence. Doctors believed HIV
On Nov. 30, 2016, AIDS Healthcare Foundation began its World AIDS Day initiative, Around the Globe in a Day, with
One minute of sex can equal a lifetime of struggles with HIV or other sexually transmitted disease. HIV activist Deidre Johnson
Today’s millennials seem to be ignoring a dreaded disease because of a perception that everything can be taken care of
Alicia Keys paid tribute to record executive Clive Davis at her charity’s annual black-tie event. Davis, who signed Keys more than
Recent revelations about the rate of HIV infection by the Centers for Disease Control have shocking implications across Georgia and
In this great, big world, there are some universal truths. Water is wet. The sky is blue. And, most importantly, Wu
There is a new disease that is spreading across the U.S. that mimics the symptoms of HIV infection called Chagas.
Top Hollywood actor Charlie Sheen talked about his lifestyle in a “20/20” interview in 2011. According to Sheen, this was