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Andrew Embiricos, grandson of Hollywood screen legend Rita Hayworth, was found dead in his New York City apartment Sunday in what police called an apparent suicide. However, his mother and friends doubt suicide.
?Voters in Los Angeles, home to the U.S. porn industry, could soon be asked to decide whether condoms should be required in adult films to reduce sexually transmitted diseases.
Voters in the city of Los Angeles, home to the nation's porn industry, could be asked next year whether condoms should be required in adult film shoots to cut down on sexually transmitted diseases.
The health data analysis revealed that between 1988 and 2008 the number of white people with HIV/AIDS had almost doubled, while the number of cases for blacks had tripled and it was up more than five times for Hispanics. Native Americans and Asian/Pacific Islanders with HIV/AIDs has also increased dramatically in number, but the overall representation number is still low.
Singer and LGBT activist Cyndi Lauper has been busy for the last several days promoting awareness for AIDS since World AIDS Day, which takes place annually on Dec. 1.
Nicki Minaj is excited that Mattel has made a Barbie Doll in her image, to auction at CharityBuzz.com on Dec. 7 and featured at Divine Design's five-day event and gala at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. Bids will be received through Dec. 19 and will start at an eye-popping $1,000.
Nicki Minaj, the Harajuku Barbie, has just solidified her place in the doll-world with the Nicki Minaj Barbie, to be auctioned for charity.
President Barack Obama vowed to boost U.S. efforts to fight AIDS with a new target of providing treatment to 6 million people worldwide by 2013, up from an earlier goal of 4 million.
India's policy of targeting sex workers to control the spread of AIDS by providing contraceptives, treatment for sexually transmitted infections and raising awareness through their peers is expected to avert three million infections.
On the occasion of the World AIDS Day on Dec.1, 2011, Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Charlene joined HSH Princess Stephanie of Monaco for a charity auction.
President Barack Obama announced a $50 million increase in HIV/ AIDS treatments Thursday, funding meant to treat two million additional people.
At least two customers reported they have been jabbed by syringes in a Georgia Walmart over the past two weeks after four reports emerged of hypodermic needles hidden inside clothing.
World AIDS Day 2011 marks the 30th anniversary of HIV. While tremendous progress has been made, cases continue to rise worldwide, with treatment still largely unavailable to the poor. President Obama aims to combat stigma and apathy about HIV/AIDS, and increase available medication, with a joint U.S.-global initiative targeting 15 countries most affected by the deadly disease.
Can't spare a few million for one of Elizabeth Taylor's world renowned rocks at the December auction of her jewelry?
To mark World AIDS Day on Thursday, New York City released a new recommendation that every person diagnosed with HIV start taking medication right away, rather than waiting until the virus progresses to AIDS and the immune system weakens.
International fashion retailers and high-end luxury brands across the globe have joined hands to raise awareness and fight the debilitating immune-related condition, HIV/AIDS on the occasion of the World AIDS Day on Dec.1, 2011.
HIV-infected children in Asian countries are becoming resistant to AIDS drugs, a study of 4,000 patients under the age of 23 in Asia has revealed.
Take a look at the deadly disease that knows no boundaries.
A recent study, Impact of Targeted Interventions on Heterosexual Transmission of HIV in India, by the World Bank has found a significant decline in the prevalence of the HIV virus among female sex workers and young women (15-24 years) in the South Indian states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, and Tamil Nadu.
About 5.38-million people in the country are HIV-positive, or 10.6 percent of population.
Only 28 percent of the 1.2 million Americans living with HIV have the infection under control, increasing the risk that they will spread the disease to others, U.S. health officials said on Tuesday.
One in every five HIV-positive Americans are unaware of their condition, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports. That's 240,000, out of 1.2 million Americans, of whom just an estimated 28 percent have the infection under control.
Three prospective school teachers have appealed to Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to end discrimination against people with HIV after they said they were wrongly denied teaching jobs because their employers discovered they had the virus that causes AIDS.
At least six people have died of AIDS after evangelical churches in Great Britain told them that God had cured their HIV and that they could stop taking medication, according to a Sky News investigation. Another person thinks he infected his partner after his church told him he could have unprotected sex and start a family.
The Geneva-based fund was set up in 2002 and supported by around 150 donor countries. It works in collaboration with other organizations to promote treatment and large scale prevention programs against three chosen diseases.