HIV

Art AIDS America: Art Through the Plague Years

“The only way art lives is through the experience of the observer. The reality of art begins with the eyes of the beholder, through imagination, invention and confrontation.”...

The Black AIDS Institute Is Looking for a Solution

We look at some of the ways an important organization is addressing the epidemic among the black community. The Black AIDS Institute takes its motto, “Our People, Our Problem,...

Finding the Right HIV Doctor

Help establish one of your most important relationships. Whether a person is newly diagnosed with HIV, is a long-term survivor, or is somewhere in between, having the right doctor...

HIV Heroes: Damon L. Jacobs

Meet a PrEP pioneer with a passion for prevention....

World AIDS Day: Then and Now

A look at how far we’ve come since the first World AIDS Day was observed in 1988....

New Look at a Possible HIV Cure

By preventing HIV from bonding with T cells, a new drug could be both a cure and a vaccine. By Scott Kramer, LCSW-R...

HIV Heroes: Pedro Zamora

HIV Heroes is a new MetroHIV series in which we highlight individuals and organizations whose work has inspired people living with HIV. We begin with a salute to a TV...

Debunking the Myths About PrEP

You’ve heard it mentioned and may even know people taking it, but when it comes to preventing HIV with PrEP, do you have your facts straight?...

The Doctor Is In…Your Pocket

From determining HIV status to monitoring blood pressure and performing ultrasounds, your smartphone is ready to play doctor. Reviews of each new wave of smartphones usually focus...

The Pros and Cons of Disclosure

Coming out with your HIV status can be daunting. Consider the potential benefits and drawbacks before you make your decision....