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Living with HIV and Defaulting to Healthy Is Achievable

In my seven years of HIV activism on digital and social media, I have seen how much people want to be healthy and live...

Major Grant Renews AIDS Education, Training Initiative for CCC

Vanderbilt University Medical Center has been awarded a five-year, nearly $23 million federal grant to continue the coordination of AIDS education and training efforts...

Keep Living

On the day that I was told “it’s a positive viral load,” I was given pretty amazing advice from my dad. After I spent...

Medical Breakthroughs in HIV We Should Pay Attention To In 2019

A medical breakthrough is a significant step forward in theory development or research. From the bionic eye to the 3D printing of arms and...

120 BPM (Beats Per Minute) at Vandy

  The "International Lens" (iLens) weekly film series at Vanderbilt University is inviting members of the greater Nashville community to attend its screening of 120...

We Are Holiday Family

If we don't maintain our Christmas Eve tradition then we'll be forced to spend more time with our family and that's just not what...

Letter: World AIDS Day Is Here

On December 1, 2018, our editor asked our readers on Facebook what World AIDS Day means to them. One reader, Harold Scott, gave a...

Nashville CARES Announces Chief Executive Officer Will Retire in 2019

Nashville CARES announces Chief Executive Officer, Joseph Interrante, will be retiring in 2019, after 25 years of service at the agency.   As the Chief...

Dating In ‘Real Life’

I’m not 19 anymore. But, when I was, I moved to New York. Back then, I used to meet guys off a phone chat...

Living and Dating with HIV

I found out that I was positive because I got really, really sick. I had every symptom in the book which is a good thing...
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