Business Week reports most kids born with HIV survive to adulthood. Credit: Getty Images
There's no reason for HIV to spoil an otherwise happy childhood.In fact, Business Week reports, most kids born with HIV survive to adulthood. ...As death rate falls, doctors deal with longer-term consequences of HIV.
Watch a video related to HIV drugs.A researcher at the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative laboratory works on samples. Credit: Getty Images
The war against HIV is not going well for the world's children.The Guardian in London...More grim news for children with HIV.
Amazing Kid Austin Gutwein has raised millions of dollars for charity, using his favorite sport to make a difference. Credit: Courtesy of Hoops of Hope Amazing Kid: Austin Gutwein Age: 16 Grade: 11th Home Town: Mesa, Ariz. School...He was inspired to action by the story of a little Zambian girl named Maggie who had lost both of her parents to AIDS.
A Burmese doctor examines a baby with AIDS a at a special clinic for AIDS on April 29, 2009 in Yangon, Myanmar (Burma). The situation for many people living with HIV in Myanmar is critical due to a severe lack of antiretroviral treatment. Credit: P...Poverty and isolation conspire against new mothers with HIV.
Bid on this one-of-kind Bugaboo Cameleon designed by No Doubt frontwoman Gwen Stefani. Credit: BugabooIn honor of World AIDS Day and their partnership with (RED)™, stroller-maker Bugaboo has teamed up with style icon and rockstar mom...The one-of-a-kind Bugaboo Cameleon stroller will be auctioned off to help eliminate AIDS in Africa.
In what can only be described as a double tragedy, a group of Kyrgyz women have contracted HIV through nursing their infected babies. Though the odds of transmitting HIV this way are extremely low, experts say that it is possible if the baby has mout...
The state of New Jersey has moved to make HIV testing mandatory for all pregnant women, both at the start of the pregnancy and again during the third trimester. If a woman declines -- it is allowed -- then her baby will be tested. The child will also...
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