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New research shows abnormal immune activation even in very early HIV infection

New research shows abnormal immune activation even in very early HIV infection

, by Emily Newman

Findings may help explain why early ART may improve, but fail to fully restore, health and life expectancies of people living with HIV on therapy. Read More

Here’s how a bike messenger is fighting back—by giving back—after the Trump election

Here’s how a bike messenger is fighting back—by giving back—after the Trump election

, by Cirrus Wood

This month, Cirrus is giving customers the double-tip jar choice to vote with their dollars for the programs they support. Who’s giving, so far, has been quite a surprise. Read More

Is that an umbrella in your drink, or are you just happy to see me?

Is that an umbrella in your drink, or are you just happy to see me?

, by Cirrus Wood

Can you judge a person by their drink order? Cirrus Wood reflects on his date’s drink choice—and what his own orders at the bar may reveal. Read More

Jake Sobo: My life on PrEP—4 years later

Jake Sobo: My life on PrEP—4 years later

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

The legendary Jake Sobo resurfaces to talk about his 4 years on PrEP, his upcoming marriage & STIs in the gay community. Read More

How much eggnog is too much eggnog?

How much eggnog is too much eggnog?

, by Emily Newman

Glenn Ontiveros shares tips and advice on how to better manage how much alcohol you drink this holiday season. Read More