There is a disproportionate risk of HIV for young men of color. Testing should be prioritized to reduce infection and a healthy future.
Homophobia is a serious issue impacting young men of color. Getting tested for HIV allows gay men to stay safe and take control of life.
Some teens and young adults are at risk of contracting HIV, but a medication called PrEP can prevent transmission and be a game changer.
For those at risk of contracting HIV or those looking to prevent the spread to others, PrEP is essential. PrEP can prevent the spread of HIV.
Condoms can provide excellent protection against most STIs, including HIV. However, there are some other steps to stay safe during sex.
In some cases, HIV can be asymptomatic. However, there are some early signs of HIV in teens that should prompt a test as soon as possible.
Teens will inevitably have sex, which raises the risk of acquiring a sexually transmitted infection. Here are 3 reasons to get tested.
While millions of dollars in funding have been put toward ending the HIV epidemic by 2030, individual efforts can also help.
Revealing HIV status can be difficult. For the person receiving the information, compassion is key. From there, take steps to remain safe.
Sexually active teens should get tested for HIV frequently. Parents, schools, and community agencies all play an important role.