Should Keeping Your HIV Status From Partners Be a Crime?
Iowa’s highest court has thrown out Nick Rhoades’ 25-year prison sentence for criminal transmission of HIV. The decision could transform the way other states interpret and apply their own HIV laws.
The Female Condom Is the Next Big Thing in Safe Sex
Once derided as being like a plastic bag with the erotic appeal of a jellyfish, the female condom is undergoing a transformation.
Pharma's Fraught Quest for Addiction Medication Pay Dirt
Examining the medical, moral, and monetary decisions that Alkermes made to bring its drug Vivitrol to market—including a controversial trial in Russia. Are the critics right to cry foul?
Should All Americans, Regardless of Risk, Be Screened for HIV?
New guidelines from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force could help lift some of the stigma associated with testing—and shift the bill to insurers.
Male Circumcision Ban Makes Cut for November Ballot
Despite concerns that outlawing circumcision may harm efforts to limit the spread of AIDS, San Francisco’s intactivists have gotten a proposed ban on the ballot.