A drug that reduces the chances of getting HIV is about to hit the market and that’s great news for South Florida which leads the nation in new HIV case rates.
South Florida resident Dab Garner was one of the first American people to be diagnosed with HIV in 1982. He and dozens of other HIV-positive Floridians will get to tell their story beginning this week when the Florida Department of Health launches a statewide project to humanize the effects of HIV and AIDS.
In Wilton Manors, the 30th anniversary of the discovery of the AIDS virus was marked by hundreds of people walking the streets, carrying candles and quilts in honor of those who died from AIDS and those who live with the disease, a memorial marking World AIDS day.
It’s World AIDS Day, a day of AIDS awareness, prevention and testing, and that message is especially important in South Florida.
On the eve of “World AIDS Day” there is some sobering news for South Florida.
The head of the Miami Veterans Administration hospital has been temporarily replaced in the wake of the scandal which potentially exposed patients to diseases due to improperly cleaned colonoscopy equipment.
As teenagers we all dreaded ‘the talk’ where mom, dad or whoever explained sex and what having ‘safe sex’ meant in terms which wouldn’t cause embarrassment.
Less than a week after Florida’s Parole Commission granted a conditional release to a dying 27-year old woman, she’s learned that she’ll be allowed to return home.
The Florida Parole Commission has granted a conditional release to a 27-year old woman who is dying of cancer at a South Florida hospital.
The family of a dying inmate will ask the Florida parole commission on Wednesday to release her from prison and allow her to go home to her family.