Hot News: Internet facilitates risky sex A growing number of gay and bisexual men meet their sex partners online, with many subsequently engaging in risky sexual behavior, according to two new studies.
New research highlights HIV prevention needs Research presented at the 2003 National HIV Prevention Conference provides new insight into prevention challenges faced by populations that are especially vulnerable to HIV infection, including youth and people of color.
U.S. CDC: HIV rising among gay, bisexual men The number of newly diagnosed cases of HIV among gay and bisexual men rose in 2002 for the third straight year a disturbing turnaround from the 1990s that health officials say reflects growing complacency about the dangers of AIDS.
U.S. CDC announces new system for tracking HIV infections nationwide A new, national system for measuring the rate of HIV infections in the United States is expected to provide the clearest picture yet of the magnitude of the domestic HIV epidemic. The U.S. CDC introduced its new HIV tracking system at the 2003 National HIV Prevention Conference.