Officials said the baby girl died after her lungs "literally exploded from the inside."
Starring Nathan Lane and Andrew Garfield, the Pulitzer-winning play tells the story of people coping with the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s.
HIV/AIDS disproportionately affects black women in the U.S.
This isn't the first time Goop has disseminated questionable information.
Boosted by a siege mentality and stigma, conspiracy theorists are telling Russians that HIV diagnoses are not real.
The CDC recommended HIV testing as part of an annual checkup for all American adults.
ACT UP forced the public to address the devastation of the AIDS epidemic. A new film, 'BPM,' dramatizes the struggle—and offers models of resistance.
The arguments of AIDS activists and experts for blanket decriminalization of the sex trade is simple but horrendously flawed.
A new study also found that web search data following Sheen’s disclosure was a strong predictor of test kit sales.
Outstanding performances give life to the strikingly sparse re-staging of Tony Kushner's epic two-parter.
New research analyzed media coverage and Internet searches after the actor’s recent disclosure.
Newsweek Europe editor Matt McAllester takes us inside this week's issue.
Intravenous drug use, lack of sex education and conservative policies have sent HIV infection rates soaring in Russia.
Gay men can now donate blood 12 months after their last sexual contact with another man.
The tipping point has been passed, but more needs to be done to ensure HIV/AIDS rates keep declining, researchers say.
Jim Austin, the Careers editor at Science, suggested the fact that the women pictured were transgender “colors things” differently
In the early 1980s, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, or AIDS, surged into public awareness, seemingly out of nowhere