New York's medical marijuana bill will cover those with HIV/AIDS, Parkinson's, Crohn's Disease and more.
The Grammy award winning singer calls for greater urgency about the growing epidemic facing black women.
The move comes as the clinics are providing vaccinations against a deadly meningitis outbreak.
Volunteer groups that share space with Gay Men's Health Crisis worry they can't afford to stay.
Hairdressers Against AIDS is designed to help hairdressers speak to their clients about the disease.
A musical documentary follows an East Village musican who lost her friends to HIV/AIDS.
Maria Davis, 51, is promoting a new amfAR campaign to show how a cure for HIV/AIDS would affect every day Americans.
The Consul General of Finland in New York and a high-ranking member of the country's Ministry of Social Affairs and Health were at Heritage Healthcare Center in Harlem to see best practices Wednesday.
Almost 20 years after the peak of HIV diagnoses in the city, the West Village is now an important place for people who are aging with the disease.
Longtime Chelsea institution the Gay Men's Health Crisis has moved into a larger space in Hell's Kitchen.
Free HIV testing will soon be available seven days a week at the Metropolitan Community Church of New York.
Celebrity chefs from some of the city's glitziest eateries will come together next Monday to benefit people living with AIDS.
Churches test Harlem residents for National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.
Nearly 600 people will read the names of AIDS victims all day and night at City Hall Park to mark World AIDS Day.
GMHC's "Art & AIDS: Loving Life," an annual exhibit, opens Tuesday at the Leslie/Lohman Gay Art Foundation in SoHo.
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