AIDS

An Missouri appeals court overturns the conviction of an HIV positive man, accused of not disclosing his status and infecting his partner. The judges chastised the prosecutor for delaying disclosure of key evidence to the defense.

The unidentified man sustained a fractured spine and head injuries.

The families of the two boys, now teenagers attending high school in Gilbert, Arizona, say they believe it was a miracle they ended up in the same town.

Smollett shared that although many people believe that contracting HIV/AIDS is a thing of the past, the issue is alive and well and it is affecting the lives of millions of people.

In reality, the Reagan administration wanted nothing to do with the disease, waiting six years after the epidemic hit to even address it in a speech.

This is certainly the season to be active, so why not get out and get to stepping with The People’s Station, Majic 102.1.  The 27th Annual AIDS Walk Houston presented by Marathon Oil, was held at Sam Houston Park in Downtown Houston, with a kickoff of 1pm.   It’s sure was a lot of fun for […]

During his final State of the Union address last month to a joint session of Congress in Washington, D.C., President Barack Obama said that the U.S. is on track to eliminate new HIV/AIDS transmissions by 2020.

When she was first diagnosed with HIV, Vuyiseka Dubula was just an impoverished, 22-year-old Black woman living in a Cape Town township who couldn't afford her own medication. Now she's one of Africa's most fearless warriors in the fight against HIV. Here's her story.

The fight to end AIDS hasn’t paused, we may have just been failing to pay attention. That is, until we woke up Tuesday to actor Charlie Sheen revealing his HIV positive status to Matt Lauer on the Today Show. But while Sheen was clearing up the rumors about his HIV diagnosis, saying he made the […]

Hey! Dining Out For Life is coming up Thursday, April 30th!!! Dining Out for Life is an annual dining fundraising event that raises money for AIDS service organizations across the country. Since 1991, Dining Out for Life has been produced by HIV/AIDS service organizations in order to raise funds for their local communities. By dining out […]

HIV and AIDS has not gone away, but you hear so little about it these days.  And it’s not the only type of sexually transmitted disease to be concerned with.  Most of us consider ourselves responsible, but Love causes us to throw caution to the wind.  Do yourself a favor and click here for 10 […]

The headline is as frightening as it sounds: “Half Of Atlanta’s Newly Diagnosed HIV Patients Have AIDS, Grady Testing Finds.” Yet, what may sound like…