Since the onset of the AIDS pandemic more than three decades ago, researchers from the lab and physicians in the clinic have been working toward one shared goal: an AIDS-free world. A conference hosted by the journals Cell and The Lancet brought leading [...]Continue Reading →
Having sex can be fun; and talking about sex can be fun. Talking about sexually transmitted infections with a sexual interest, however, is a totally different matter, according to new research from Indiana University’s Center for Sexual Health Promotion.
The study, discussed during the American Public Health Association’s annual meeting, [...]Continue Reading →
A new and successful strategy for combating the spread of sexually transmitted diseases such as HIV draws from an old idea: Practice is fundamental to learning, even when it involves using condoms correctly.
The Kinsey Institute Homework Intervention Strategy gives men a “ditty bag” full of condoms and lubricants, makes [...]Continue Reading →
Scientists have discovered a molecular invisibility cloak that enables HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, to hide inside cells of the body without triggering the body’s natural defence systems.
Their study shows how ‘uncloaking’ the virus using an experimental drug triggers an immune [...]Continue Reading →