The LGBT Health & Development Program

Tag: HIV


Special Section on Sexual Health in Gay and Bisexual Male Couples Published in Archives of Sexual Behavior

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6th February

Findings answer new questions and challenge traditional research on male couples. Co-edited by Dr. Mustanski with contributions from IMPACT.



Youth Blog — Why It’s So Important for All Young Gay Black Men to Get Tested for HIV!

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5th February

February 7th is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. Know your status!



Know Your Status! Get Tested at Vida/SIDA!

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27th January

Do you know your HIV status? Get tested for free at Chicago’s community clinic Vida/SIDA!



Online Behavioral Diaries: A Tool for Observation or Intervention?

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24th January

Diary studies are most often used to observe behavior, but new research suggests they may be able to inspire changes in sexual behavior.



Youth Blog – The Affordable Care Act and How to Sign Up for Insurance Today!

Posted by Stephen Armstead in Featured, Youth. No Comments

21st January

Are you trying to figure out how the new healthcare law applies to you? Do you need to know where to start? Well, we’ve got you covered!



Research Blog – New IMPACT Research on HIV Risk in Young Male Couples

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2nd January

Mixed methods study findings are highlighted and implications for intervention are presented.



The Effects of Sexual Partnership and Relationship Characteristics on Three Sexual Risk Variables in Young Men Who Have Sex With Men

17th December

Sexual risk behavior in YMSM appears to be determined by sexual partner characteristics, relationship dynamics, and sexual role.



Youth Blog—The Truth about HIV “Cures” (Part II)

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2nd December

Is there a Cure for AIDS? We update you on the advances since part one of this article.



Research Blog—Messages for HIV/STI Prevention and Sexual Health Promotion: Does One Size Fit All?

Posted by Kathryn Macapagal in Featured, Researchers. No Comments

27th November

Many different types of sexual health messages are geared at improving safe sex, but which ones work best, and for whom?



HIV information and behavioral skills moderate the effects of relationship type and substance use on HIV risk behaviors among African American youth

22nd November

Partnership-level approach provides insight into the complex interactions of situational and cognitive factors in sexual risk taking.






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