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Individuals who listened to 30 minutes of music they found soothing experienced less pain and a lower risk for several heart conditions.
If you have (or have had) cancer, your original song could win a grant for a professional recording—and be featured on an album.
“Queer Eye” guys, “Pose” queens, Real Housewives, rappers and rock stars will record shout-outs to support (RED).
The pop star’s party is named after the HIV prevention drug and is meant as an homage to ’80s-era queer nightlife.
When I Get Home, explores the emotional support we get from cherishing ourselves, the people we love and respect and returning to our roots.
The Black AIDS Institute and VOCAL-NY show support for the actor/singer.
The “Queen of Soul” lost her battle with pancreatic cancer.
The Salt-N-Pepa track gets an HIV prevention twist, thanks to Howard Brown Health.
He conquered Broadway, YouTube and Oz. Now he’s helping “Positively Fearless” tackle HIV in the Black community.
“I wanted to remind folks of their divinity and make music that lifted their spirit on bad days.”
Research suggests music may improve the global and mental state of patients and their ability to function socially.
The HIV-positive singer collaborated with W magazine and amfAR for the new work. Watch it here!
Boyz II Men’s Michael McCary recently revealed the real reason he left the iconic R&B group in 2003.
Rapper Kid Cudi sparks an online conversation on depression, race and honesty after disclosing his struggle with mental illness.
Darryl “D.M.C.” McDaniels tells all in a new book.
Rap legend Malik “Phife Dawg” Taylor of A Tribe Called Quest had been battling the condition for decades.
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