The latest United Colors of Benetton promotional campaign, valued at approximately $26 million, will give seed money to young entrepreneurs whose ideas are most popular among registered visitors to the company's site.
A year to the day after protesters descended on Zuccotti Park, launching what would become a national phenomenon, little has changed. The occupy Wall Street protesters who turned out to mark Occupy's anniversary had a vast number of causes.
The American Civil Liberties Union sued Alabama in 2011 for what the group contends is a discriminatory practice that prevents most HIV-positive inmates from participating in rehabilitation and retraining programs important for their success after prison.
An AIDS advocacy group wants Los Angeles County to make sure all actors in pornographic films wear condoms, but the porn purveyors are overwhelmingly against it. A California ballot initiative will decide who prevails.
If Gambian President Yahya Jammeh sticks to his word, Saturday will be the end of the line for dozens of death row inmates.
A new paper taking a closer look at the people who volunteered for a previous HIV vaccine trial in Thailand has identified precise targets on the virus that could form the base of a more effective vaccine.
Paul Michael Glaser, who played cop David Starsky on the 1970s show "Starsky & Hutch," is finding himself on the other side of the law in real life -- he pleaded not guilty to drug charges in Kentucky.
Britain in the early 1980s found itself in dire need of a happy jolt
Married Atlanta pastor Craig Lamar Davis is facing allegations of having affairs with two women and not telling them that he has HIV.
The disease dubbed "Adult-Onset Immunodeficiency" by researchers is not caused by a virus, meaning it is not contagious.
Perez Hilton Lands New Gig Amid Hate Tweets From ‘Directioners:’ Will He Give Up Blogging After One Direction Gaffe?
Perez Hilton is joining the Off-Broadway cast of "NEWSical the Musical" for a four-week run starting in September.
Fears of a syphilis outbreak caused a leading porn industry group to announce a nationwide shutdown of X-rated productions while more than 1,000 performers are tested for the sexually transmitted disease. The potential outbreak has reignited California?s controversial Measure B, a referendum which would mandate the use of condoms on porn shoots inside Los Angeles County.
With an estimated 650,000 homeless people in the United States and around 380,000 in Britain, experts said high levels of infection would not only cause yet more poverty and distress for those without homes, but could also become a wider problem.
The Supreme Court will hear final arguments starting this week in a landmark case over drug patents that could change the rules for the country's healthcare sector and potentially curb its global role as a supplier of cut-price generic medicines.
Bill Gates, the man responsible for bringing software to the masses with Microsoft and Windows, has plans to reinvent another industry: Sanitation. Gates, whose philanthropic efforts have helped bring clean water and resources to developing countries via the foundation founded by he and his wife Melinda, said on Wednesday that he plans to build a toilet that's better suited to developing countries in an effort to cut down on disease and death in those regions.
A 17-foot long Burmese python recovered in Everglades National Park in Florida is the largest on record and was found carrying 87 eggs.
A monstrous 17 feet, 7 inches long Burmese python with 87 eggs has been caught in Florida, the largest of its kind ever found in the state.
Fashion’s Night Out 2012 Events Listings Announced Ahead Of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, Full Schedule
Fashion's finest, including designers, editors, models and celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Nicole Ritchie, will rub elbows -- and shopping bags -- during Fashion's Night Out for a night of shopping in over 500 U.S. cities with over 4,500 events nationwide. The definitive guide and full schedule was released on the official FNO 2012 website Monday, listing the participating stores around the globe ahead of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York.
Kinesio Tape has been ubiquitous during the London 2012 Olympic Games, but does the brightly colored adhesive actually live up to the hype?
Prescription drugs kill between about 100,000 people in the world each year, but marijuana, medical or not, has caused absolutely zero deaths. Weed, pot, ganja, or whatever you want to call it, cannabis has actually been a favorable treatment in the treatment of about 200 different medical conditions. Here are 10 ways marijuana can improve your health.
The U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, on a visit to South Africa, known globally for its high incidence of AIDS, praised the government's efforts to prevent the spread of the virus. Both the nations will sign an agreement Wednesday to reinstate the U.S. anti-AIDS funding, which was cut back during former South African President Thabo Mbeki's tenure.
Valve's Source 2 Engine Teased Within Files For Source Filmmaker Program, Is This What's Slowing Down The Release Of 'Half-Life 3'?
Files within Valve’s new Source Filmmaker program hide a not-so-well-kept secret, according to EuroGamer.
The U.S. Congress passed new sanctions against Iran's oil and nuclear program on Wednesday evening, but Israeli officials remain unconvinced that the sanctions will have the desired effect.
Brazil, once hailed for its successes in combatting the AIDS epidemic, but some critics say more still needs to be done.
Researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in collaboration with scientists from the Harvard School of Public Health, National Cancer Institute, Merck and the University of California have identified a drug employed in treating certain types of lymphoma that help dislodge a hidden virus in patients receiving treatment for HIV.
The Rock and Roll Hall-of-Famer said Bush is the president who has done the most for AIDS prevention.
Asian stock markets advanced slightly Tuesday after a report showed that Chinese factory activity in July grew at its fastest pace since February.
Researchers found that over the past ten years, the number of patients resistant to antiretroviral therapy increased by 29 percent in East and Southern Africa.
While there's increasing hopes for an end to the AIDS epidemic, African-American gay men are still the most disproportionately affected subsection of the population.
Gilead Sciences Inc's Truvada was approved for people who are not yet infected but may engage in sexual activity with HIV-infected partners, a concept known as pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP).