The Church’s Gay Obsession

October 13 0 Comments Category: News

The blunt truth of the matter is that during a period when the legalization of gay marriage has spread rapidly in this country, from just six states in 2011 to more than three times that number today, Catholic officials here have elected to focus on this one issue and on a given group of people: gays and lesbians.

Cuomo Plan Seeks to End New York’s AIDS Epidemic

June 30 0 Comments Category: Health, News

Dr. Frederick P. Siegal said he had tried to institute universal treatment when he was medical director of the AIDS Center at St. Vincent’s, the now-shuttered hospital in Greenwich Village, a neighborhood at the center of the AIDS epidemic. “It turned out it wasn’t so simple because a lot of people were just not adherent,” he said.

A Resisted Pill to Prevent H.I.V.

December 31 0 Comments Category: Health, News

Damon Jacobs, a New York psychotherapist, began taking Truvada after a breakup. He said he was not using a condom as consistently as he had been, “and that scared me greatly.”

NYTimes: Gay Married Man in Florida Is Approved for Green Card

July 01 0 Comments Category: Health, News

An American man in Florida and his husband, who is from Bulgaria, have become the first same-sex married couple to be approved for a permanent resident visa.

City Health Officials Warn Some Men on Lethal Strain of Meningitis

March 23 0 Comments Category: Health, News

Men, regardless of H.I.V. status, who regularly have intimate contact with other men through a Web site, digital application or at a bar or party should be vaccinated for meningitis.

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In Medical First, a Baby With H.I.V. Is Deemed Cured

March 05 0 Comments Category: Health, News

Dr. Persaud and other researchers spoke in advance of a presentation of the findings on Monday at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI 2013) in Atlanta.