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Prednisone can “turn on” Kaposi’s sarcoma in people with HIV

Prednisone can “turn on” Kaposi’s sarcoma in people with HIV

, by Emily Newman

Find out why people with HIV on antiretrovirals—and HIV-negative men—are getting Kaposi’s sarcoma skin lesions, and why avoiding steroid medications might help. Read More

The Low-Down on Inflammation from an HIV Doctor

The Low-Down on Inflammation from an HIV Doctor

, by Joanna Eveland, MD

People with HIV are more likely to face chronic inflammation. Find out what this is, why it’s a problem, and what to do about it. Read More

San Francisco Establishes Innovative Program to Keep People in HIV Care

San Francisco Establishes Innovative Program to Keep People in HIV Care

, by Emily Newman

San Francisco AIDS Foundation, with St. James Infirmary and GLIDE, will launch a new program to help people with HIV get into and stay in care. Read More

The Trouble with Tina: A Conversation about Meth with Adam Carrico

The Trouble with Tina: A Conversation about Meth with Adam Carrico

, by Joanna Eveland, MD

Dr. Eveland asks a substance use researcher to weigh in with recent observations about gay men living with HIV and meth use. Read More

Up Your Alley: A Veteran Kinkster Talks BDSM vs. Abuse

Up Your Alley: A Veteran Kinkster Talks BDSM vs. Abuse

, by Emily Newman

Both involve the giving and receiving of pain, but there’s a difference between BDSM and abuse. Find out how to play safely from resident kink and leatherman Jorge Vieto. Read More