Scientists have genetically engineered white blood cells to make them immune to the AIDS virus. Researchers say it seems safe and promising.
A throng of activists rallied in Times Square Sunday to commemorate the 25th World AIDS Day.
Hundreds of people were out making sure Thursday that people in need could get a hot meal on Thanksgiving.
A Queens man said this weekend that he will once again attempt to row across the Atlantic Ocean, in an effort to raise awareness about HIV and AIDS.
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn said this week that she wants to improve the quality of the free condoms that are given out to New Yorkers, according to published reports.
Thousands of people on Sunday will take part in the 2013 AIDS Walk, to raise money for awareness about HIV/AIDS.
A study by the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has found that large parts of the city are plagued with soaring rates for multiple STDs – including HIV/AIDS.
People sickened with HIV or AIDS and seeking help from New York City to pay their rent could become ineligible for housing assistance if they refuse to go into substance abuse treatment.
Health organizations have spent years trying to educate the public on how to prevent AIDS. But now they are targeting one specific group: people 50 and older, the new face of HIV/AIDS.
Inspired by his brother, 45-year-old Victor Mooney hopes to begin his journey from Cape Verde and row to the Caribbean and eventually to the Brooklyn Bridge.