Findings from a new study involving PrEP, the once a day HIV prevention pill, show high rates of sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
New cases of HIV in the Miami area are the highest in the nation and the Latino population is one of the most at risk.
A daily pill that can prevent HIV infection? It almost seems to be too good to be true, so that’s why the Pride Center is hosting a forum to discuss pre-exposure prophylaxis.
After being accused of denying PrEP coverage for employees, an LGBT Florida representative worked with Publix to ensure the supermarket chain will now cover the HIV prevention drug.
If all HIV patients were ‘undetectable’ it could cut transmission rates by 90 percent
Condomless sex may be risky sex, but that won't stop most gay and bisexual men.
(AP) Britain's state-funded health service is responsible for paying for an HIV-prevention drug that has been called a "game changer" in the fight against AIDS, a court ruled Tuesday.
One film student is showing a “fun, sexy and outrageously frank 21st-century sex-ed for gay adults.”