AIDS kills more African teenagers than any other disease, UNICEF reported.
As reported by Daily Beast, team of researchers from the University of California San Francisco and University of Melbourne have found a drug that can be used effectively against fighting HIV
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new once-a-day HIV pill.
Homosexual and bisexual men living in France will be able to donate blood starting next spring.
A WHO report found that tuberculosis killed as many people as HIV/AIDs did in 2014.
In celebration of World AIDS Day, here are five facts about AIDS.
According to researchers, treating HIV-1 as soon as it is diagnosed can reduce people's risk of developing AIDS by one half.
A team of researchers reported that the HIV epidemic could have started in Kinshasa in the early 1920s.
According to Ugandan MPs, the condoms available within the nation are too small for some men.
New research reveals that Puerto Ricans who inject drugs are more likely to contract HIV than their American counterparts, according to a new study.
Even though the Ebola outbreak in Africa is one of the worst ones to occur in years, there are many viruses that are more deadly than Ebola.
The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatrics AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) has teamed up with the American Cancer Society (ACS) with the goal of finding ways to integrate pain management treatment at HIV/AIDS service centers throughout Swaziland.
A new study reported that preventive antiretroviral therapy did not lead to any significant differences in pregnancy incidence, birth outcomes, and infant growth between women who got the treatment and women who received a placebo drug.
A new CDC report found that only around one in every five sexually active teens gets tested for HIV.
The latest UN report stated that the AIDS epidemic could be controlled by 2030.