Gilead Sciences, Inc. announced the recipients of its HIV cure grants program, a fund totaling more than $22 million, which will support 12 new HIV cure research projects.
A new study from the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health suggests modifying federal health guidelines related to the use of pre-exposure prophylaxis to prevent HIV transmission because current standards could miss some people who should be on it.
Every New Year, countless Americans make resolutions to eat healthier, exercise more, and lose weight as soon as the clock strikes midnight. Could success lie in their own genes?
Merck More than a Mother continues its commitment to break stigma around infertility and empower infertile women by improving access to information, education, healthcare and change of culture and mind-set to de-stigmatize infertility.
Republican anxiety is mounting over voting to unravel the health care law without having an alternative in hand, fanned by words of encouragement from Donald Trump to a GOP senator who wants to simultaneously repeal and replace the statute.
The StartUp Health Festival comes to San Francisco on January 9-10, with the goal of making 100 years of global healthcare progress in just 25 years.
As the nation asks itself how it is going to rev up its brain again to be ready for the challenges the New Year may bring, the answer may be brain-teasing puzzles like Sudoku, word searches, and Mah Jong.
F*ck w/out Fear is the message of a new campaign by the Los Angeles LGBT Center, launched to raise awareness for pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) as a safe and effective tool to prevent HIV infection.
Teenagers' attitudes about marijuana are changing at the same time that more states are making the drug legal.
A new book explains the science of aging. "The Telomere Effect: A Revolutionary Approach to Living Younger, Healthier, Longer" claims that putting research findings into everyday practice "can help reduce chronic disease and improve wellbeing."