New HIV Cases Reach 30-Year Low In Chicago, But Other Sexually Transmitted Diseases On The RiseThe Chicago Department of Public Health said 734 new HIV diagnoses were reported in the city last year, the lowest number since 1988.
Abbott Labs Scientists Discover New Strain Of HIVAbbott Labs announced Wednesday that a team of its scientists have discovered a new subtype of HIV.
New Plan Aims To End HIV In Illinois By The Year 2030A new plan has been introduced that aims to end HIV in Illinois by the year 2030.
Man Charged With Trying To Give Officer HIV By Biting HimChristopher J. Seerden was charged with transmitting HIV with body fluid, aggravated battery and aggravated assault of a peace officer.
Illinois Lottery Unveils Red Ribbon Lotto Ticket To Fight HIV, AIDSThe Illinois Lottery and Illinois Department of Public Health are teaming up for a new instant win game to fight against HIV and AIDS.
HIV Prevention Drug Causing Some ConcernThe brand name is "Truvada," but you may have seen ads for the generic name, "PrEP."
Wilmette Personal Trainer Fighting HIV Criminal ChargesA personal trainer faces charges after having unprotected sex with three women, knowing he had HIV.
Feds Relax Policy Against Gay Men Donating Blood, Provided They're Abstinent For One Year Gay rights advocates say the new federal policy on blood donations is a step forward -- but just a small step.
Local Man Living Proof That HIV Diagnosis Is Not A Death SentenceCBS 2’s Vince Gerasole has one local man’s story on living a productive live with HIV.
Charlie Sheen Expected To Address HIV RumorsDavid Ernesto Munar, CEO of Chicago's Howard Brown Health Center, says today with the right treatment HIV patients can live long lives.
In Chicago, Caitlyn Jenner Discusses Her TransitionJenner was in town for a fundraiser to benefit the transgender community and people with HIV.
Man Knowingly Donated HIV-Positive Blood: Gary, Ind. PoliceWilfred Campbell Jr. received payment for the donation, which was thrown out after testing revealed it was tainted, police said.
HIV Outbreak Has Indiana Declaring A Public Health EmergencyThough Indiana Gov. Mike Pence opposes needle exchanges, he's authorized a needle-exchange program for an Indiana county that's being ravaged by a HIV outbreak tied to drug use.
Large HIV Outbreak In Indiana Linked To Painkiller AbuseAn outbreak of HIV cases in far south east Indiana has been traced largely to addicts using a powerful painkiller.
City Health Workers Hand Out Free Condoms On World AIDS DayIn an effort to reduce the spread of HIV and AIDS on this World AIDS day, the city of Chicago was giving out free condoms Monday.