More than 110,000 people in New York City are infected with HIV, more than in any other U.S. city and about 75 percent of all cases in the state.
A nosy mom who couldn’t accept her son changed his life forever.
Since the birth control pill first hit the market more than 50 years ago dozens of other female contraceptives have come along behind it. But there’s been nothing new for men.
For nearly the past twenty years, the Long Island Minority AIDS Coalition has been offering free anonymous HIV testing on college campuses.
In this Eye on New York segment, CBS 2’s Dana Tyler examines the role that HIV and AIDS play in the city.
The case is considered extremely rare, but some health officials noted that there is no strict policy for when live donors should be tested for the AIDS virus before a transplant.
The state Health Department says 10 patients who had surgery in January at Lawrence Hospital in Bronxville should be tested for hepatitis and HIV infections.
If your blood was tested at one Rockland County medical facility, you may have reason to worry.
Help take a stand against the spread of HIV & AIDS by supporting the Bailey House Auction and Party on Wednesday, February 23rd at the Lexington Avenue Armory.
New York City’s Health Department is no stranger to controversial health campaigns, will this be one of them?
Scientists have an exciting breakthrough in the fight against AIDS.
For the next six months, Hailey will continue taking the medication to see if any tests come back positive.
A three-year-old could have HIV after she was accidentally pricked with a needle at a Bronx hospital.
Roberto Alomar’s wife has accused the former baseball star in divorce papers of having unprotected sex with her despite knowing that he is HIV-positive.
A New York City teacher who was suspended for allowing students to use sexually explicit language in a class on HIV/AIDS has settled her claim against the city for $45,000.