HIV

Charlie Sheen stops taking HIV medication

Charlie Sheen stops taking HIV medication

Charlie Sheen admitted that he is no longer taking his HIV medication.

I drank to suffocate HIV anxiety: Charlie Sheen

I drank to suffocate HIV anxiety: Charlie Sheen

Charlie Sheen  took to drinking to suffocate his anxiety from HIV.

Anti-HIV drugs may be effective against Ebola

Interferon beta, the most potent inhibitor of Ebola which the team identified as a result of the screening, is now part of a clinical trial of individuals who were infected with Ebola during the recent outbreak in Guinea.

Early sex puts teenagers at high infection risk

Responses of 22,381 adolescents with sexual intercourse experience were included for the analysis.

Govt adds Cancer, HIV, Hepatitis C to list of essential medicines

The Government has added 106 drugs including that of Cancer, HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C to the list of essential medicines.

Training doctors linked to reduced sexually transmitted infections

The study was a randomized controlled trial of an intensive, customized training programme for physicians in sexually transmitted infections.

Price cap in 530 essential medicines, including 47 for cancer

The National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) has fixed the ceiling prices for 530 essential medicines, including 47 for cancer and 22 for HIV, Lok Sabha was informed today.

No fresh HIV case detected during July-Oct in Mizoram: MSACS

The MSACS has detected 10,448 HIV cases since October 1990 till June this year.

Three sex practices that can make you HIV positive

Lack of knowledge about the risk factors is the primary reason why HIV/AIDS is so widespread even today.  

HIV stigma: Soon, 'Super Condom' may save you from AIDS

Now, a non-latex condom which contains antioxidants and can kill the deadly virus even after breaking.

Can continued semen exposure increase HIV resistance?

Earlier studies have shown that long-term sex work does not always result in infection.

Talking about AIDS still taboo in Pakistan, says daily

Talking about AIDS is still taboo in Pakistan and the ban placed placed on a condom advertisement "shows also how reluctant we are to address crucial issues", said a Pakistani daily on Saturday.

Living with HIV/AIDS: Ways to stay healthy and live longer!

Here's a list of things you can do to help you have a long, healthy life while protecting others

79 AIDS deaths since 1992 in Andaman and Nicobar islands

Altogether 79 deaths due to HIV-AIDS were reported since 1992 in Andaman and Nicobar islands, an official of the A & N AIDS Control Society (ANACS) said.

White House unveils five-year action plan on AIDS

In support of the World AIDS Day, the White House released an action plan for combating AIDS in the US over the next five years.

Social stigma on HIV/AIDS should be pulled down: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

Social stigma on HIV/AIDS should be pulled down: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan feels that the perceived social stigma on HIV/AIDS should definitely be pulled down.

Chinese PM pledges to fight against HIV/AIDS

Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang has pledged more initiatives to prevent and treat HIV/AIDS in order to limit its spread, a media report said on Tuesday.

Show your HIV certificate: Women in this UP village ask husbands

Show your HIV certificate: Women in this UP village ask husbands

Ram Kishore, a resident of Udaisarai village of Fatehpur district in Uttar Pradesh, who works in Mumbai and comes home once in a year during Diwali was shocked when he was asked for a HIV certificate by his wife before allowing him to share the bed. 

World AIDS Day: Where does India stand?

Today is 'World AIDS Day' and the spread of HIV Aids has become a real danger across the world. The virus launches a direct attack on your immune system and gradually weakens your natural defenses against disease and infection.

'Asia-Pacific region faces epidemic of HIV among adolescents'

The report 'Adolescents: Under the Radar in the Asia-Pacific AIDS Response', published by the Asia-Pacific Inter-Agency Task Team on Young Key Populations, which includes UNICEF and the Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS warned that the AIDS epidemic cannot be ended as a public health threat by 2030 without tackling the issue of adolescents.