The World Health Organization has revised its HIV guidelines to recommend that anyone who tests positive for the virus that causes AIDS should be treated immediately.
The nation's biggest pharmacy benefits manager has decided to cover two new drugs that lower artery-clogging cholesterol but raise concern over prices that can top $14,000 a year.
California's governor has signed a bill that will give the terminally ill in the nation's most populous state the right to end their lives with drugs prescribed by a doctor. Here is a look at the states where the practice is legal.
The biggest study ever of women who had ovarian tissue removed, frozen and transplanted suggests the experimental technique is safe and can help about one third of them to have babies.
On October 15-17 head down to Atlanta, for the three-day sex and sexuality conference Sex Down South, coming to the Sheraton Atlanta Airport Hotel.
Community advocates praised the WHO's "Early Release Guideline" on antiretroviral therapy and pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV.
With the US Conference on AIDS taking place in DC earlier this month, EDGE took time to talk with Carlos Molina, Director of Publications and Communications for Amida Care, to provide his insights from the conference.
The patient was unconscious and ready for surgery, but the doctor was not in.
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