HIV in the News

Published on: April 8, 2016
This fact sheet explores HIV's impact on youth in the United States, factors that impact youth risk, and CDC's response.
Published on: April 1, 2016
New Posters and Palm Cards for National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
Published on: March 18, 2016
This fact sheet provides statistical data and information about HIV among American Indians and Alaska Natives.
Published on: March 16, 2016
CDC issued program guidance for HIV testing providers called Implementing HIV Testing in Nonclinical Settings: A Guide for HIV Testing Providers. This guide supports the implementation of HIV testing services in nonclinical settings in the United States.
Published on: March 11, 2016
Testimonial videos that tell the audience why they are "Doing It" tells us about why she's #DoingIt, and the importance of HIV testing.
Published on: March 11, 2016
Black/African American and Hispanic/Latina women continue to be disproportionately affected by HIV, compared with women of other races/ethnicities. Of the total estimated number of women living with diagnosed HIV at the end of 2013, 61% (137,504) were African American, 17% (39,177) were white, and 17% (38,664) were Hispanics/Latinas.
Published on: March 1, 2016
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released the newest Prevention Status Reports (PSRs), which highlight the status of policies and practices designed to address 10 important public health problems.
Published on: February 29, 2016
March 10 is National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD), a time when organizations and communities across the United States come together to offer support, encourage discussion, and teach women and girls about the prevention of HIV, the importance of getting tested, and how to live with and manage HIV infection.
Published on: February 23, 2016
Using male condoms the right way, every time, can reduce (though not eliminate) the risk of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), including human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and viral hepatitis, as well as other diseases that may be transmitted through sex.
Published on: February 23, 2016
Today, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released estimates that show if current HIV diagnoses rates persist, approximately 1 in 2 black gay and bisexual men and 1 in 4 Latino gay and bisexual men in the United States will be diagnosed with HIV during their lifetime.