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Teenage Boys Want Intimacy, Not Just Sex, Survey Finds

The stereotype of the sex-crazed teenage boy may be dead wrong, according to a small study that asked boys what they really want from romantic relationships.
Many U.S. Male Soldiers Had Troubled Childhoods, Study Finds

U.S. servicemen are more likely to have been exposed to some form of childhood trauma than their civilian counterparts, a large, new survey suggests.
HIV Meds May Also Help Control Hepatitis C, Study Finds

For patients infected with both HIV and hepatitis C, HIV antiretroviral therapy may help control both viruses, a small study suggests.
Scientists Snipped HIV Out of Human DNA

A recently developed molecular tool allowed researchers to remove HIV from cultured human cells in the lab.
Animal Experiments Shed Light on HIV's Ability to Hide

The "viral reservoir" in which HIV can lie dormant for years, avoiding detection and elimination, is established much earlier than previously thought, new animal research indicates.
HIV Diagnoses Down in U.S., Except for Young Gay Males: CDC

A new report offers good and bad news about the AIDS epidemic in the United States: The annual diagnosis rate of HIV, the virus that causes the disease, has dropped by one-third in the general population but has climbed among young gay and bisexual males.
Many Sexually Active U.S. Teens Not Tested for HIV: CDC

Only one in five sexually active U.S. teens has been tested for HIV, a new government report shows.
Those With HIV Living Longer, International Study Finds

Overall death rates for HIV-positive adults living in Australia, Europe and the United States have been cut 28 percent since 1999, according to new international research.
Childhood Sex Abuse May Be Linked to Heart Disease Risk in Women

Middle-aged women who were sexually abused as children may be more likely to develop early signs of heart disease, a new study suggests.
AIDS Epidemic May Be Subsiding: Report

A new United Nations report suggests that the AIDS epidemic might be waning: The number of new HIV infections worldwide is at a record low, AIDS-related deaths are down 35 percent, and more people with HIV are getting the lifesaving medications they need.

 

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