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This Man Has Lived HIV+ For 34 Years. Here's What He Wants You To Know.

Andrew Pulsipher talks about living HIV+ for 34 years.

Born With HIV, Finding A Positive Life

Despite the negative stigma, HIV is a treatable disease. HuffPost blogger Andrew Pulsipher was born with it and now, at age 34, he wants to talk about it. He joins us to discuss how he has led a full life with his wife and kids who are HIV negative.

Why We Should No Longer Use The Term 'AIDS'

Andrew Pulsipher explains why he feels that we should no longer use the term "AIDS."

'Bizarre ER': Crack to the Head

A health and safety officer has failed to take notice of his own advice.

'Bizarre ER': Crack to the Head

A health and safety officer has failed to take notice of his own advice.

What's Behind The Rising HIV Rates In Young Gay Men

While overall HIV diagnoses have been declining nationwide, a sobering CDC report came out last summer which found a 132% increase in new HIV diagnoses among young gay men between 2001 and 2011.

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The Vanishing Faces Of Alzheimer's

HuffPost Live explores the personal stories behind Alzheimer's. We speak to people living with Alzheimer's and family members who take care of their loved ones suffering from this disease. Hit rewind and watch the best of these conversations!

The Vanishing Faces Of Alzheimer's

HuffPost Live explores the personal stories behind Alzheimer's. We speak to people living with Alzheimer's and family members who take care of their loved ones suffering from this disease. Hit rewind and watch the best of these conversations!

Aerobic Exercise May Decrease Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia

Exercise may be an effective treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease.

Aerobic Exercise May Decrease Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia

Exercise may be an effective treatment for Alzheimer's Disease.

How to Recognize Dry Drowning and Secondary Drowning

Board certified pediatrician Dr. JJ Levenstein, MD, FAAP shares vital information on dry and secondary drowning. Dry drowning occurs when breathing in water causes your child's vocal chords to spasm and close. Secondary drowning happens when water enters your child's airways and builds up. Both cases can result in labored breathing or worse. In this segment Dr. JJ explains how to recognize the symptoms and offers advice on how you can keep your kids safe in the water.

Alzheimer's Experts Discuss Latest Developments For A Cure

Thousands of scientists have gathered in D.C. this week for the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference to discuss the latest in research and treatment. We are joined by Alzheimer's experts to discuss signs of progress on the horizon.

Signs Of Hope For Alzheimer's Treatment

Thousands of scientists have gathered in D.C. this week for the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference to discuss the latest in research and treatment. We are joined by Alzheimer's experts to discuss signs of progress on the horizon.

Alzheimer's Experts Discuss Latest Developments For A Cure

Thousands of scientists have gathered in D.C. this week for the Alzheimer's Association International Conference to discuss the latest in research and treatment. We are joined by Alzheimer's experts to discuss signs of progress on the horizon.

Signs Of Hope For Alzheimer's Treatment

Thousands of scientists have gathered in D.C. this week for the Alzheimer's Association International Conference to discuss the latest in research and treatment. We are joined by Alzheimer's experts to discuss signs of progress on the horizon.

How to Recognize Dry Drowning and Secondary Drowning

Board certified pediatrician Dr. JJ Levenstein, MD, FAAP shares vital information on dry and secondary drowning. Dry drowning occurs when breathing in water causes your child's vocal chords to spasm and close. Secondary drowning happens when water enters your child's airways and builds up. Both cases can result in labored breathing or worse. In this segment Dr. JJ explains how to recognize the symptoms and offers advice on how you can keep your kids safe in the water.

How To Prevent Lyme Disease

Lyme disease can often be hard to diagnose. Learn how to protect yourself this summer.

How To Prevent Lyme Disease

Lyme disease can often be hard to diagnose. Learn how to protect yourself this summer.

'Bizarre ER': Lumberjack Dave's Lacerated Limb

Lumberjack Dave Willmott manages to lacerate his arm whilst on the job.

'Bizarre ER': Little Jessica's Toy Railroad Accident

Young Jessica gets her finger jammed inside part of her toy railroad track.

HIV, Rap And The Black Community

Two decades before rapper Mykki Blanco disclosed his HIV status, Eazy-E revealed he had AIDS. Ahead of National HIV Testing Day, we unpack why HIV disproportionately affects Black Americans and how popular culture can stigmatize the disease.

'Bizarre ER': Alexis' Sewing Accident Part 1

Latvian student, Alexis Berzina, landed herself in casualty after a slip up during the most serene of pursuits, sewing.

The HIV Epidemic Then And Now

Depending on who you are, these days, HIV is no longer a death sentence. In fact, gay men can altogether avoid getting it by taking PrEP drugs. But, does that create overly optimistic attitudes about HIV/AIDS? Our intergenerational panel weighs in.

The Benefits And Shortcomings Of Truvada And AIDS Prevention Drugs

Rich Juzwiak and Phill Wilson join HuffPost Live to discuss Truvada and AIDS prevention drugs.

The Reality Of Long-Term AIDS Survivors: 'They Still Live In The Stigma'

Monica Jones and Robert Levithan join HuffPost Live to discuss the reality of long-term AIDS survivors.

Activist Discusses The 'Diminishing Of Black Lives' In AIDS Conversations

Activist Phill Wilson joins HuffPost Live to discuss the "diminishing of black lives" in conversations about AIDS.

'Bizarre ER': My Friend's Dog Bit Me Part 2

Connor Harrold was enjoying himself on a park swing when his friends Staffordshire bull terrier lept up and bit Connor's thigh.
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