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Stopping HIV stigma on National Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Did you know in 2019, gay and bisexual men accounted for 69% of new diagnoses in the U.S.?  On September 27, we celebrate National Gay Men's HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NGMHAAD) – a day to...

Aging gracefully with HIV/AIDS

Aging gracefully with HIV/AIDS

Recognizing those living long HIV+ lives Did you know almost half of the people living with HIV in the United States are 50-years-old or older? HIV was once the leading cause of death, but with improvements in HIV treatment, people living positive lives have been able...

8 signs that you may have HIV

8 signs that you may have HIV

Think you might have been exposed to HIV? It’s important to note not everyone exposed to the infection will show early signs or symptoms of the virus. The only way to know whether you have been infected is by getting tested. Within two to four weeks after exposure to...

How to eat well if you have HIV

How to eat well if you have HIV

Tips to Maintain a healthy diet when living with HIV Good nutrition is key to an overall healthy life – this is specifically true for those who are HIV+.  HIV affects your body’s ability to process nutrients naturally found in food, leading to health problems...

Understanding your HIV results

Understanding your HIV results

What if my HIV test comes out positive? Knowing your status – whether HIV positive or negative – is the first step towards a longer and healthier life.  You may wonder, “do I need to get tested?” The answer is yes. The Centers for Disease Control and...

The connection between HIV and Pride

The connection between HIV and Pride

Celebrating how far both communities have come while fighting to educate and advocate for equality and access. In June, we celebrate the LGBTQIA+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Ally, and anyone who is not included) community with Pride Month....

Celebrate National HIV Testing Day by seeing your doctor

Celebrate National HIV Testing Day by seeing your doctor

Start the conversation and take control of your health It can be uncomfortable to talk about what happens in the bedroom (especially with your doctor) but it’s crucial to do so if you’re sexually active.  If you were waiting for a sign to make an appointment,...

U = U: What is it and why is it important to me?

U = U: What is it and why is it important to me?

Understanding the life-saving campaign aiming to end HIV If you’re HIV-positive and want to have risk-free sex… you need to understand U=U.  Why? U=U is how you can reduce your chances of passing HIV on. It will allow you to have a relationship with someone who...

Sex when both partners are HIV+

Sex when both partners are HIV+

When to use condoms and the risk of reinfection When you begin dating someone new – you usually bond over what you have in common. For some living with HIV, having a partner who is also HIV+ can make them more comfortable in the relationship. But can sparks fly…...