India is the first in South Asia to pass a bill banning discrimination against people living with HIV/AIDS. The bill is now awaiting for Presidential approval to finally become a law.
Aquatic therapy is a delight for people with chronic pain from orthopedic and neurological disorders. In Minneapolis, physical therapists are seeing more and more clients participating in this unique form of physical therapy.
Lawmakers in California are promoting the repeal of the current HIV/AIDS Criminalization Laws with Senate Bill 239 of Senator Weiner.
A new HIV prevention implant promises a regular dose of PrEP or pre-exposure prophylaxis and its development is being backed by Bill Gates.
A vaginal ring has the potential of protecting women in Sub-Saharan Africa from the risk of HIV, say public health experts that are excited at the prospect.
An updated Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) revealed that blacks do not receive as much consistent HIV care than either whites or Hispanics.
Charlie Sheen will be appearing on Dr. Oz Show again, confirmed PEOPLE and his Manager.
A super condom developed by Texas A&M University Health Science Center-based scientists promises to make sex pleasurable and protects against HIV.
Even though the world has witnessed a fall in the case of HIV infections, but in some parts of the world there has been a rise, especially amongst adolescents leading to the fear of “hidden epidemic”.
Charlie Sheen's silence all these years about his HIV infection has stirred mixed reactions from exes and female friends.
San Francisco has been leading by example when it comes to treatment for a deadly disease that we know as AIDS
According to officials, the HIV/AIDS program in India is set to run out of critical drugs.
A Missouri man is accused of knowingly transmitting HIV virus to his sexual partner as well as 300 more people in two states.
A new invention gives a different meaning to the phrase “guns cocked”.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.