Depression and Sexual Dysfunction Among HIV-Positive and HIV-Negative Men Who Have Sex With Men: Mediation by Use of Antidepressants and Recreational Stimulants
Model of depression as a predictor of subsequent sexual dysfunction, mediated by antidepressants, stimulant use, and smoking among HIV+ MSM
Stuck in the Middle: Longitudinal HIV-Related Health Disparities among Men Who Have Sex with Men and Women
Study found that men who have sex with men and women were significantly more likely to exhibit negative HIV-related health outcomes and scores.
Learn how PEP can help prevent HIV infections.
Research shows cognitive variables play an important role in influencing sexual risk in MSM directly and indirectly via risk appraisals.
Moderate Levels of Depression Predict Sexual Transmission Risk in HIV-Infected MSM: A Longitudinal Analysis of Data From Six Sites Involved in a “Prevention for Positives” Study
Assessing and treating depression may decrease the likelihood of sexual risk and help to contain the HIV epidemic among MSM.
PrEP is an innovative HIV prevention strategy that could change the way we fight the AIDS epidemic.
Problematic Alcohol Use Among Individuals with HIV: Relations with Everyday Memory Functioning and HIV Symptom Severity
Researchers studied problematic alcohol use in HIV-infected people and found associations with worse everyday memory functioning and HIV symptom severity.
The majority of sexual health research involves the study of individuals. This article aims to describe dyadic processes related to sexual health.
Article explores the context for research on gay and bisexual men and introduces articles curated on this topic.
Older Sexual Partners May Contribute to Racial Disparities in HIV Among Young Men Who Have Sex With Men
HIV diagnoses increased by 48% between 2006 and 2009 among black YMSM. Paradoxically, black YMSM haven’t been found to engage in riskier behaviors.