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Community groups in Chicago, Los Angeles, Houston and Washington, DC, will produce needed research and data.
The Black AIDS Institute and VOCAL-NY show support for the actor/singer.
Six different mental wellness providers will receive $100,000 in grant monies from the Chi-Town hip-hop star as part of the pledge.
The Salt-N-Pepa track gets an HIV prevention twist, thanks to Howard Brown Health.
Yes, says the Chicago Urban League in a new paper outlining the grim toll of heroin and other opioids on the Black community.
Six men in Chicago have contracted meningitis since June. One has died; all of them are men who have sex with men (MSM); and black MSM are at...
Why some favor targeted HIV prevention in specific areas
The Windy City slapped five pharmaceutical companies with a lawsuit for promoting and selling prescription opiods, despite knowing their healt...
He was bullied for his skin color, accent and sexual orientation.
The idea is to provide less care, but not worse care.
Minorities don’t sleep as long at night, don’t clock quality zzz’s and are sleepier in the day than their white counterparts.
Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection lingers longer in college-aged black women than their white counterparts, and this could be linked to hig...
Howard Brown Health Center will pay $ 715,000 to multiple federal agencies to settle allegations it misused grant money for HIV/AIDS study.
A series of rule changes will soon make it easier for 4,200 low-income HIV-positive people in Chicago to get their medications through the..
Chicago’s two HIV/AIDS councils are merging, according to an announcement by the city’s Department of Public Health and reported in the Chicag...
Mark Ishaug will step down as president and chief executive officer of AIDS United at the end of February, according to an AIDS United stateme...
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