The touring company of the Broadway hit “Hadestown” never thought they would make it to South Florida.
The Pride Center at Equality Park is a community center for the entire community offering everything from a flea market and bingo to couples counseling and transgender education.
The nation's largest AIDS organization, AIDS Healthcare Foundation, blamed the Centers for Disease Control on the “skyrocketing” STD rates. Specifically they criticized the CDC for “the widespread abandonment of the condom culture for STD and HIV prevention.”
Despite medical evidence PrEP prevents HIV AHF still doesn’t like it
AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) is partnering with Flex Spas, a national bathhouse chain to supply in-home HIV testing kits.
The largest global AIDS service organization is taking a neutral position on medical marijuana in Florida.
DALLAS (AP) _ Out of the Closet Thrift Store is not your average resale shop.
HIV-positive patients in South Florida are seeing their healthcare options shrink.
Vindicated by a federal court ruling, the AIDS Healthcare Foundation is now pursing prosecution against three ex-employees.
The AIDS Healthcare Foundation has published a statement commending the Biden administration for holding "shameless, greedy drug companies accountable for illegally denying price discounts on prescription drugs to nonprofit clinics and hospitals because they were using contract pharmacies."
Just like when Florida needed help after Hurricane Ian, Puerto Rico needed help as well after it suffered its own hurricane.
A plane carrying resources to Puerto Rico took off Friday morning from a Miami airfield. Loaded with generators, the cargo plane was chartered by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation.
Two powerhouses serving Broward County have joined forces: AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) and Broward House.
(WB) More than 3,000 people on Sunday attended an AIDS Healthcare Foundation concert at Cleveland State University that took place on the eve of the Republican National Convention.
It's unclear whether courts would require a justice of the peace to officiate over a same-sex wedding, even though clerks are required to issue licenses to gay couples, Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge said Wednesday.
With South Florida continuing to be the epicenter of the HIV epidemic in America, two key organizations are joining forces to fight the spread, help patients, and educate the community.
As city officials hope to get state officials to narrow Wilton Drive and pay for it, they want the same with Northeast 26 Street and Northwest 29 Street.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the rate of new syphilis cases is skyrocketing nationwide. Florida is at the forefront of the trend – leading the country in new syphilis cases. The AIDS Healthcare Foundation is looking to stem the tide on that trend.
Lee Roy Reams adores Dolly Levi.
Citing "very strong circumstantial evidence," judge sets suspected hit-run driver's bond at $1 million
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- An AIDS organization put up billboards linking Tinder and Grindr to sexually transmitted diseases. And Tinder is furious.
(AP) A federal judge ruled in favor of one of the nation's largest suppliers of HIV and AIDS medical care, clearing it of wrongdoing in an alleged $20 million scam to bilk the federal government.
The man who admitted to killing a Wilton Manors couple in 2010 and told a judge he “was not sorry” has been granted a new trial, the Sun Sentinel reports.
To encourage people to get tested for AIDS, South Florida Out of the Closet Thrift Stores will be giving away four Vespa’s to those who fill out all information and participate in a one-minute HIV test in South Florida before June 29.
The effort to ban LGBT discrimination made its way back to the state legislature this week, under a new moniker.
The early days of the HIV/AIDS epidemic forced the world to clear numerous hurdles before people living with HIV could access affordable, lifesaving antiretroviral medications (ARVs).
The AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), the world’s largest HIV/AIDS organization is bringing a safe sex message to stages across the South, as a part of its International Condom Day campaign.
Bisexual activist Robyn Ochs recognizes that with her identity comes fear: fear of being misunderstood, fear of getting hurt, both emotionally and physically, and fear of rejection.
At a rally Monday night, the storm clouds overhead perfectly represented the metaphorical storm crowds that hover over the LGBT community.
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