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How To Save A Child Who Swallowed A Battery

Young children literally put anything they pick up in there mouth. That's why it's terrifying when parent's find out their children swallowed a button battery. Fortunately, there are tricks to resolve this issue. According to lifehacker.com, "one way to limit the damage is to give the child honey as you rush them to the hospital." Researchers at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia proved this to be true.

HIV Exposure No Longer a Felony?

The Doctors discuss a new California law that is causing major controversy for downgrading knowingly exposing sexual partner to HIV a misdemeanor.

It’s Time To Talk About Mental Health At Work

Talking about mental health at work can make you happier and healthier. If you’re worried about a colleague, follow these mental health first aid tips to start a conversation…

Heimlich Maneuver Saves Student’s Life!

See the amazing footage of a student saving another student from choking. Plus, The Doctors discuss the importance of being prepared for a choking emergency.

Do You Have Brain Health Risk Factors?

Neuroradiologist Dr. Bradley Jabour joins The Doctors and Glenn to discuss the signs of poor brain health.

Alzheimer’s Runs in My Family: Should I Be Worried?!

With a family history of Alzheimer’s disease and recent memory issues, Glenn has come to The Doctors in hopes of finding out if he is suffering from the disease as well.

Bad Vaginal Bacteria Linked To Increased HIV Risk

Researchers from the Ragon Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts have recently discovered a link between women lacking lactobacillus bacteria and an increased risk of contracting HIV.

Should Stylists Be Trained to Save Lives?

The Doctors discuss a new Illinois law that will ensure your hairdresser is trained to save lives. Should you expect your stylist to be trained?

Top 5 Tragic Alzheimer’s Facts

Join http//www.WatchMojo.com for a Very Special Episode of Top 5 Facts, as we take a look at a tragic, terminal disease: Alzheimer's.

Data in Context: Alzheimer’s Disease

The finding of a new Alzheimer’s treatment has spurred some hope that a cure to the devastating disease may be on the horizon.

Manuka Honey is the Key to Burn Relief

Natural healing wonder.

Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease

Diet and exercise can reduce toxic protein buildup of Alzheimer’s, a study finds.

Mayo Clinic Minute: Tick Removal Do's and Don'ts

Do you know the proper way to remove a tick that’s attached to your body? Despite what you may have been told when you were younger, smothering or burning ticks is not a good idea. The correct removal method is even easier. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, reporter Jeff Olsen speaks with parasitic diseases expert Dr. Bobbi Pritt about the right way to remove a tick. More health and medical news on the Mayo Clinic News Network http://newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org/

The Ultimate Family Travel Safety Trick

Have fun and peace of mind.

DIY Mini First Aid Kit

With this DIY Mini First Aid Kit, there's no excuse not to be prepared. We recommend Band Aids, alcohol wipes, Pepto Bismol, anti inflammatory pills, allergy medication, and tweezers but you can tailor its contents to your needs.

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Do Active Minds Delay Alzheimer's?

Brain games, puzzles, reading and crafts. Do activities that keep your mind active help ward off symptoms of Alzheimer's disease? In a recent study researchers found those who stayed mentally active in midlife had lower levels of amyloid deposits in their brains than those who didn't stay mentally active. Amyloid deposits are a hallmark sign of Alzheimer's disease. The researchers say staying mentally active doesn't stop the disease, but it may delay symptoms.

Do Active Minds Delay Alzheimer's?

Brain games, puzzles, reading and crafts. Do activities that keep your mind active help ward off symptoms of Alzheimer's disease? In a recent study researchers found those who stayed mentally active in midlife had lower levels of amyloid deposits in their brains than those who didn't stay mentally active. Amyloid deposits are a hallmark sign of Alzheimer's disease. The researchers say staying mentally active doesn't stop the disease, but it may delay symptoms.

Could DIY Health Kits Do More Harm Than Good?

The Doctors discuss the growing trend of at-home DIY health screening kits and give their opinions on three popular types: at-home tests for vaginal pH, cholesterol, and prostate health. Should you use these products?

Yoga Pants That Burn Calories?

A new brand of yoga pants claims to help you burn more calories while you work out. But do they work? Find out as The Doctors put it to the test!

Brain Blackouts: A New Complex Systems Perspective on Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer’s disease relentlessly targets large-scale brain networks that support the formation of new memories. However, it remains a mystery as to why the disease selectively targets memory-related brain networks and how this relates to misfolded proteins seen by pathologists at autopsy. In an effort to bridge the divide between the targeted memory systems and the misfolded proteins and dying cells underneath, Mayo Clinic researchers have turned to the field of complex systems.

Brain Blackouts: A New Complex Systems Perspective on Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer's disease relentlessly targets large-scale brain networks that support the formation of new memories. However, it remains a mystery as to why the disease selectively targets memory-related brain networks and how this relates to misfolded proteins seen by pathologists at autopsy. In an effort to bridge the divide between the targeted memory systems and the misfolded proteins and dying cells underneath, Mayo Clinic researchers have turned to the field of complex systems.

Can Physical Exercise Stave Off Alzheimer's?

Dr. John Ratey discusses the promising research that suggests that physical exercise can forestall, and perhaps even prevent, Alzheimer's disease.

The Link Between Brain Plasticity and Alzheimer's Disease

'Father of neuroscience' Dr. Michael Merzenich says people may be able to delay and even reverse the onset of Alzheimer's disease with targeted brain exercises.

Can Physical Exercise Stave Off Alzheimer's?

Dr. John Ratey discusses the promising research that suggests that physical exercise can forestall, and perhaps even prevent, Alzheimer's disease.

The Link Between Brain Plasticity and Alzheimer's Disease

'Father of neuroscience' Dr. Michael Merzenich says people may be able to delay and even reverse the onset of Alzheimer's disease with targeted brain exercises.

Turnip Lands On Woman's Toes - Bizarre ER

Chelsea's boyfriend accidentally dropped a turnip on her foot. The fatal culinary accident could have left her with a broken foot. Fortunately this vicious veggie has only left her with heavy bruising. Check out more Bizarre ER at: http://www.youtube.com/OfficialBizarreER

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Win the Ultimate "Game of Thrones" Experience

Go behind the scenes and see how the show is made firsthand on set in Northern Ireland You and a friend will get a VIP tour of the set, watch filming, meet some of the cast, visit the armory, see the costume department and sit on the Iron Throne. [link: https://www.omaze.com/experiences/red-hbo-game-of-thrones?utm_source=other-affiliate-charity&utm_medium=video-anouncement&utm_content=1&utm_campaign=aids-international&oa_h=3neik7|Enter Here.]

Win the Ultimate “Game of Thrones” Experience

Go behind the scenes and see how the show is made firsthand on set in Northern Ireland You and a friend will get a VIP tour of the set, watch filming, meet some of the cast, visit the armory, see the costume department and sit on the Iron Throne. [link: https://www.omaze.com/experiences/red-hbo-game-of-thrones?utm_source=other-affiliate-charity&utm_medium=video-anouncement&utm_content=1&utm_campaign=aids-international&oa_h=3neik7|Enter Here.]

Is Sponge-Filled Syringe a Gunshot Wound Miracle?

The Doctors talk about the XSTAT 30, a new FDA-approved syringe filled with micro-sponges that can expand and fill a gunshot wound in 20 seconds.

Is Sponge-Filled Syringe a Gunshot Wound Miracle?

The Doctors talk about the XSTAT 30, a new FDA-approved syringe filled with micro-sponges that can expand and fill a gunshot wound in 20 seconds.

Is Your Brain Fart a Sign of Something Serious?

Every now and then we forget the name of our favorite song, or what our best friend's phone number is. But when are these 'brain farts' a sign of something serious? Should you be worried?

Mayo Clinic Minute - Early Detection of Alzheimer's Disease

More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's disease. There is no cure, however, early and accurate diagnosis of this progressive form of dementia allows patients and families to prepare for the future. Vivien Williams has more in this Mayo Clinic Minute.

Is Your Brain Fart a Sign of Something Serious?

Every now and then we forget the name of our favorite song, or what our best friend's phone number is. But when are these 'brain farts' a sign of something serious? Should you be worried?

Bayer's Response on the Safety of Essure

The Doctors are joined by a representative of Bayer to talk about the safety of their Essure procedure. To see what happened after Sabrina's consultation with Dr. Sills, and to find out if she's able to have the insert removed, click here .

La détresse d'un homme atteint d'Alzheimer

Atteint depuis deux ans de la maladie d'Alzheimer, Alan Beamer, alias "Beam" a vu sa santé se détériorer rapidement au cours des derniers mois.

Backstreet Boys Want to Make a Video with YOU

Backstreet's back? alright! And they're inviting you to join them and make a Dubsmash video together. It'll for sure blow up your Instagram, and it all supports (RED). [link:http://bit.ly/DubsmashWithBSB|Enter Here.] Every entry of $10 or more supports (RED)'s fight for an AIDS-free generation. Learn more at [link:omaze.com/backstreetboys|omaze.com/backstreetboys]

Backstreet Boys Want to Make a Video with YOU

Backstreet’s back… alright! And they’re inviting you to join them and make a Dubsmash video together. It’ll for sure blow up your Instagram, and it all supports (RED). [link:http://bit.ly/DubsmashWithBSB|Enter Here.] Every entry of $10 or more supports (RED)’s fight for an AIDS-free generation. Learn more at [link:omaze.com/backstreetboys|omaze.com/backstreetboys]

The Correlation Between Brain Plaques and Alzheimer's Disease

Traditionally studies of brain function have focused on task-evoked responses. By their very nature such experiments tacitly encourage a reflexive view of brain function.

Mayo Clinic Minute: Rotator Cuff Repair

Rotator cuff injuries are a very common cause of shoulder pain. The American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons reports that more than 50 percent of people over the age of 65 may suffer from them.

Drs. Rx: Kim Kardashian's Biggest Beauty Mistake

ER physician Travis Stork reveals the major beauty mistake Kim Kardashian recently revealed she unfortunately makes. Find out what it is and how you can avoid it!

Viola Davis' Advice for Raising a Confident Daughter

Find out what Viola Davis says is key to raising a confident daughter!

Scarlett Johansson, Barry Manilow & Jimmy Kimmel Star in the (RED)SHOPATHON

In support of the (SHOPATHON)RED - a month long holiday shopping extravaganza launching on World AIDS Day, December 1 2015 - Scarlett Johansson stars alongside music legend, Barry Manilow, and Jimmy Kimmel, in the '(RED) Shopathon Holiday Jingle'.[link:omaze.com/redj|Click Here and Enter To Win Incredible Celebrity Experiences]

The Correlation Between Brain Plaques and Alzheimer's Disease

Traditionally studies of brain function have focused on task-evoked responses. By their very nature such experiments tacitly encourage a reflexive view of brain function.

Scarlett Johansson, Barry Manilow & Jimmy Kimmel Star in the (RED)SHOPATHON

In support of the (SHOPATHON)RED - a month long holiday shopping extravaganza launching on World AIDS Day, December 1 2015 - Scarlett Johansson stars alongside music legend, Barry Manilow, and Jimmy Kimmel, in the '(RED) Shopathon Holiday Jingle'.

Catch a Touchdown Pass from Tom Brady!? to Support (RED)

Tom Brady is offering to show you what it takes to be an NFL quarterback. Think you can handle it? Prove it? on the field. It's all to support (RED). Enter here [hyperlink to: http://www.omaze.com/experiences/red-tom-brady?utm_source=other-celeb&utm_medium=video-anouncement&utm_content=1&utm_campaign=aids-international&oa_h=1c243j] Every entry of $10 or more supports (RED)'s fight for an AIDS-free generation. Learn more at omaze.com/red.

You Can Announce the #1 Song on Air with Ryan Seacrest!

Make history as the first fan ever to join Ryan Seacrest in the studio and announce the nation's #1 song on the iHeart Radio American Top 40! It all supports (RED). Enter here [hyperlink to: http://www.omaze.com/experiences/red-ryan-seacrest?utm_source=other-celeb&utm_medium=video-anouncement&utm_content=1&utm_campaign=environment-domestic&oa_h=43cwes] Every entry of $10 or more supports (RED)'s fight for an AIDS-free generation. Learn more at omaze.com/red.

Get a Quality Salumi Lesson with Mario Batali!

Mario Batali loves cured meats, and you and a friend can learn all his secrets at a private salumi lesson at OTTO. Feast on meat, cheese and wine, all to support (RED). Enter here [hyperlink to: http://www.omaze.com/experiences/cook-with-mario-batali?utm_source=other-celeb&utm_medium=video-anouncement&utm_content=1&utm_campaign=aids-international&oa_h=ufh1yp] Every entry of $10 or more supports (RED)'s fight for an AIDS-free generation. Learn more at omaze.com/red.

Kyle Larson Wants You to Ride Shotgun with Him? to Support (RED)

Kyle Larson will race anything, anytime. You'll see when you ride shotgun with him in an official NASCAR pace car at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway! All to support (RED). Enter here: [hyperlink to: http://www.omaze.com/experiences/red-kyle-larson?utm_source=other-celeb&utm_medium=video-anouncement&utm_content=1&utm_campaign=aids-international&oa_h=wd2mkp] Every entry of $10 or more supports (RED)'s fight for an AIDS-free generation. Learn more at omaze.com/red.

Want to Pass Steph Curry the Ball for His Tunnel Shot?

Stephen Curry wants YOU to get the assist. Join him at Oracle Arena and feed him the rock for his pre-game tunnel shot. Then sit VIP for the game, all to support (RED). Enter here [hyperlink to: http://www.omaze.com/experiences/red-steph-curry?utm_source=other-celeb&utm_medium=video-anouncement&utm_content=1&utm_campaign=aids-international&oa_h=yulxeu] Every entry of $10 or more supports (RED)'s fight for an AIDS-free generation. Learn more at omaze.com/red.

This World AIDS Day Watch Connie's Story, Told by the Poet IN-Q

Connie lost all three of her children to HIV. She became an HIV counsellor and was one of the first women to receive free HIV/AIDS treatment in Zambia. She thought she would never have children again. In 2012 she gave birth to a beautiful baby girl Lubona, who is HIV free. Poet IN-Q tells her story in this beautiful and moving video. This December donate to (RED). The Bill and & Melinda Gates Foundation are matching all the money (RED) raises up to $20 MILLION.

Scarlett Johansson, Barry Manilow & Jimmy Kimmel Star in the (RED)SHOPATHON

In support of the (SHOPATHON)RED â€" a month long holiday shopping extravaganza launching on World AIDS Day, December 1 2015 - Scarlett Johansson stars alongside music legend, Barry Manilow, and Jimmy Kimmel, in the '(RED) Shopathon Holiday Jingle’.

Catch a Touchdown Pass from Tom Brady!… to Support (RED)

Tom Brady is offering to show you what it takes to be an NFL quarterback. Think you can handle it? Prove it… on the field. It’s all to support (RED). [link: http://www.omaze.com/experiences/red-tom-brady?utm_source=other-celeb&utm_medium=video-anouncement&utm_content=1&utm_campaign=aids-international&oa_h=1c243j|Enter Here] Every entry of $10 or more supports (RED)’s fight for an AIDS-free generation. Learn more at omaze.com/red.

You Can Announce the #1 Song on Air with Ryan Seacrest!

Make history as the first fan ever to join Ryan Seacrest in the studio and announce the nation’s #1 song on the iHeart Radio American Top 40! It all supports (RED). [link: http://www.omaze.com/experiences/red-ryan-seacrest?utm_source=other-celeb&utm_medium=video-anouncement&utm_content=1&utm_campaign=environment-domestic&oa_h=43cwes|Enter Here] Every entry of $10 or more supports (RED)’s fight for an AIDS-free generation. Learn more at omaze.com/red.

Want to Pass Steph Curry the Ball for His Tunnel Shot?

Stephen Curry wants YOU to get the assist. Join him at Oracle Arena and feed him the rock for his pre-game tunnel shot. Then sit VIP for the game, all to support (RED). [link: http://www.omaze.com/experiences/red-steph-curry?utm_source=other-celeb&utm_medium=video-anouncement&utm_content=1&utm_campaign=aids-international&oa_h=yulxeu|Enter Here] Every entry of $10 or more supports (RED)’s fight for an AIDS-free generation. Learn more at omaze.com/red.

Kyle Larson Wants You to Ride Shotgun with Him… to Support (RED)

Kyle Larson will race anything, anytime. You’ll see when you ride shotgun with him in an official NASCAR pace car at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway! All to support (RED). [link: http://www.omaze.com/experiences/red-kyle-larson?utm_source=other-celeb&utm_medium=video-anouncement&utm_content=1&utm_campaign=aids-international&oa_h=wd2mkp|Enter Here] Every entry of $10 or more supports (RED)’s fight for an AIDS-free generation. Learn more at omaze.com/red.

Get a Quality Salumi Lesson with Mario Batali!

Mario Batali loves cured meats, and you and a friend can learn all his secrets at a private salumi lesson at OTTO. Feast on meat, cheese and wine, all to support (RED). [link: https://www.omaze.com/experiences/red-mario-batali|Enter Here] Every entry of $10 or more supports (RED)’s fight for an AIDS-free generation. Learn more at omaze.com/red.

This World AIDS Day Watch Connie's Story, Told by the Poet IN-Q

Connie lost all three of her children to HIV. She became an HIV counsellor and was one of the first women to receive free HIV/AIDS treatment in Zambia. She thought she would never have children again. In 2012 she gave birth to a beautiful baby girl Lubona, who is HIV free. Poet IN-Q tells her story in this beautiful and moving video. This December donate to (RED). The Bill and & Melinda Gates Foundation are matching all the money (RED) raises up to $20 MILLION.

Bono Invites You to Ride a Bike with Him in NYC for (RED)

Bono gives you the chance to do something truly unique: join him for a bike ride through Central Park! Ride, laugh, and snap selfies. All to support (RED). Every entry of $10 or more supports (RED)'s fight for an AIDS FREE GENERATION. Double your impact - the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will match it up to $20 Million. Learn more at omaze.com/red This experience is part of the (RED) SHOPATHON - SHOP (RED) SAVE LIVES.

The Reality of Living With HIV in America

What does HIV look like today? This video takes you beyond the headlines for World AIDS Day. Refinery29 producer Annie Georgia Greenberg visits the small town of Austin, IN, where a significant (yet largely unknown) outbreak has taken place and sets out in search of stories about HIV from those who are treating it and living with it.

Fighting AIDS In 2015 & Beyond

In honor of World AIDS Day 2015, (RED) CEO Deborah Dugan joins us to discuss #WhatsWorking with her organization's continued fight against HIV. The Guardian's Steven Thrasher also joins to discuss updates in the Michael Johnson case.

How Michael Johnson's Case Reveals Stigma Toward HIV-Positive Black Men

Steven Thrasher and Akil Patterson discuss the stigma toward HIV-positive black men.

(RED) CEO On How To Get Involved On World AIDS Day

Deborah Dugan discusses how (RED) hopes to rid the world of AIDS by 2030.

(RED) CEO On How Companies Are Helping Eradicate AIDS

Deborah Dugan addresses the backlash facing her company regarding the lack of transparency.

Help Fight AIDS... With Snapchat

Want to make a difference on World AIDS Day? Use these Snapchat filters, and the Gates Foundation will donate $3 to (RED).

Dec. 1st Marks World AIDS Day

Christen Press talks about World AIDS Day and how we can help.

The Reality of Living With HIV in America

What does HIV look like today? This video takes you beyond the headlines for World AIDS Day. Refinery29 producer Annie Georgia Greenberg visits the small town of Austin, IN, where a significant (yet largely unknown) outbreak has taken place and sets out in search of stories about HIV from those who are treating it and living with it.

How Michael Johnson's Case Reveals Stigma Toward HIV-Positive Black Men

Steven Thrasher and Akil Patterson discuss the stigma toward HIV-positive black men.

(RED) CEO On How To Get Involved On World AIDS Day

Deborah Dugan discusses how (RED) hopes to rid the world of AIDS by 2030.

(RED) CEO On How Companies Are Helping Eradicate AIDS

Deborah Dugan addresses the backlash facing her company regarding the lack of transparency.

Fighting AIDS In 2015 & Beyond

In honor of World AIDS Day 2015, (RED) CEO Deborah Dugan joins us to discuss #WhatsWorking with her organization's continued fight against HIV. The Guardian's Steven Thrasher also joins to discuss updates in the Michael Johnson case.

Help Fight AIDS... With Snapchat

Want to make a difference on World AIDS Day? Use these Snapchat filters, and the Gates Foundation will donate $3 to (RED).

Dec. 1st Marks World AIDS Day

Christen Press talks about World AIDS Day and how we can help.

Scarlett Johansson, Barry Manilow & Jimmy Kimmel Star in the (RED)SHOPATHON

In support of the (SHOPATHON)RED - a month long holiday shopping extravaganza launching on World AIDS Day, December 1 2015 - Scarlett Johansson stars alongside music legend, Barry Manilow, and Jimmy Kimmel, in the '(RED) Shopathon Holiday Jingle'. This December SHOP (RED) SAVE LIVES at THE (RED) SHOPATHON and fight AIDS: Over 100 products at www.gilt.com/red Over 15 incredible celebrity experiences from Bono, Snoop Dogg, Game of Thrones & more at www.omaze.com/red

Bono Invites You to Ride a Bike with Him in NYC for (RED)

Bono gives you the chance to do something truly unique: join him for a bike ride through Central Park! Ride, laugh, and snap selfies. All to support (RED). [link: http://www.omaze.com/experiences/red-bono?utm_source=other-celeb&utm_medium=video-anouncement&utm_content=1&utm_campaign=aids-international&oa_h=9waurg|Enter Here] Every entry of $10 or more supports (RED)’s fight for an AIDS FREE GENERATION. Double your impact - the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will match it up to $20 Million.

Scarlett Johansson, Barry Manilow & Jimmy Kimmel Star in the (RED)SHOPATHON

In support of the (SHOPATHON)RED â€" a month long holiday shopping extravaganza launching on World AIDS Day, December 1 2015 - Scarlett Johansson stars alongside music legend, Barry Manilow, and Jimmy Kimmel, in the '(RED) Shopathon Holiday Jingle’. This December SHOP (RED) SAVE LIVES at THE (RED) SHOPATHON and fight AIDS: Over 100 products at www.gilt.com/red Over 15 incredible celebrity experiences from Bono, Snoop Dogg, Game of Thrones & more at www.omaze.com/red

Charlie Sheen Reveals HIV Diagnosis

Actor Charlie Sheen recently announced that he has been HIV positive for the past 4 years. He claims it's "impossible" for him to transmit the virus to others. The Doctors and special guest Dr. Jorge Rodriguez discuss Sheen's claims.

Could Charlie Sheen Face Charges After HIV Reveal?

Actor Charlie Sheen recently announced that he has been HIV positive for the past 4 years, and says he continued to have unprotected sex with others, despite his HIV status. Attorney Lisa Bloom joins The Doctors to discuss the potential legal ramifications Sheen could face as a result.

HPL Takes On: 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!

HPL Takes On: 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 Truth About HIV

HIV isn't a death sentence. Medicines and treatments have evolved drastically since the 1980s. Here's what HIV looks like in 2015.

Drs. Special Report: Charlie Sheen Reveals HIV Positive Status

In a The Doctors' special report, hear the latest news regarding actor Charlie Sheen's recent revelation that he is HIV positive. Click here to learn more about HIV and AIDS.

Charlie Sheen Reveals HIV Diagnosis

Actor Charlie Sheen recently announced that he has been HIV positive for the past 4 years. He claims it’s “impossible” for him to transmit the virus to others. The Doctors and special guest Dr. Jorge Rodriguez discuss Sheen’s claims.

Could Charlie Sheen Face Charges After HIV Reveal?

Actor Charlie Sheen recently announced that he has been HIV positive for the past 4 years, and says he continued to have unprotected sex with others, despite his HIV status. Attorney Lisa Bloom joins The Doctors to discuss the potential legal ramifications Sheen could face as a result.

The Truth About HIV

HIV isn't a death sentence. Medicines and treatments have evolved drastically since the 1980s. Here's what HIV looks like in 2015.

Drs. Special Report: Charlie Sheen Reveals HIV Positive Status

In a The Doctors’ special report, hear the latest news regarding actor Charlie Sheen’s recent revelation that he is HIV positive. Click here to learn more about HIV and AIDS.

Why 'The Stigma Is The Danger' When It Comes To HIV

Noah Michelson, Robert Levithan and Pepis Rodriguez explain why "the stigma is the danger" when it comes to HIV.

Why 'The Stigma Is The Danger' When It Comes To HIV

Noah Michelson, Robert Levithan and Pepis Rodriguez explain why "the stigma is the danger" when it comes to HIV.

STD's on the Rise

HIV is in the news thanks to Charlie Sheen â€" but it’s not the biggest health threat between the sheets.

Charlie Sheen Opens Up About HIV

Charlie Sheen admits to having HIV for over four years.

Charlie Sheen Opens Up About HIV

Charlie Sheen admits to having HIV for over four years.

Breastfeeding and Eyesight

Breastfeeding may help prevent common eye disease in preterm infants, study finds.

Watch Man Leap Over Bar to Save Customer Choking on Burger

A quick-thinking bartender leaped into action to save the life of a patron who was choking on a bite of hamburger. Patrick Fagan jumper over the bar and performed the Heimlich maneuver on a man who was choking. "He turned around looked at me and I yelled at him 'Are you OK?' He shook his head and pointed to his throat," Fagan told INSIDE EDITION. Fagan hadn't performed the Heimlich maneuver before, and had to try a few times before the burger was expelled from the customer's throat.

Watch Man Leap Over Bar to Save Customer Choking on Burger

A quick-thinking bartender leaped into action to save the life of a patron who was choking on a bite of hamburger. Patrick Fagan jumper over the bar and performed the Heimlich maneuver on a man who was choking. "He turned around looked at me and I yelled at him 'Are you OK?' He shook his head and pointed to his throat," Fagan told INSIDE EDITION. Fagan hadn't performed the Heimlich maneuver before, and had to try a few times before the burger was expelled from the customer's throat.

Our Expert Breast Doctor Gives Us The Answer To When You SHould or Should Not Get A Mammogram

When should you get tested?

Is Breast Surgery Necessary If You Feel A Lump In Your Breast

Do you need surgery if you feel a lump

How Common Is Breast Cancer In Men?

Can men get breast cancer

Dr. Travis's Cancer Health Scare

Skin cancer is the No. 1 cancer in the U.S. ER physician Travis Stork visits dermatologist Sonia Batra to undergo a thorough examination to check for any cancerous growths. Click here to get Dr. Batra's top sunscreen tips!

Dermatologist Sonia Batra's Top Sunscreen Tips

In this web exclusive clip, dermatologist Sonia Batra shares her top tips to stay safe in the sun.

Anna Silk Explains What's The International Day Of The Girl

Anna Silk, of "Lost Girl" fame, explains the importance of "International Girls Day.

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How Lesbians' Role In The AIDS Crisis Brought Gay Men And Women Together

Lillian Faderman explain how lesbian role in the AIDS crisis brought gay men and women together.

How Lesbians' Role In The AIDS Crisis Brought Gay Men And Women Together

Lillian Faderman explain how lesbian role in the AIDS crisis brought gay men and women together.

WHO: Millions Of People Need HIV Treatment

According to the World Health Organization, millions of people living with HIV need treatment right now.

WHO: Millions Of People Need HIV Treatment

According to the World Health Organization, millions of people living with HIV need treatment right now.

'It's a Broadcaster's Worst Nightmare' Jim Moret Loses Voice for a Month

A broadcaster's worst nightmare is losing their voice and for Inside Edition's Jim Moret, it was a reality. There were nodules on Moret's vocal cords that caused him to lose his voice so his doctor ordered him not to say a word for nearly an entire month, fearing he might lose his voice forever if he spoke. Moret said: "It's been frustrating. Day after day of no talking." Julie Andrews' singing voice was ruined after vocal cord surgery to remove nodules. Moret was determined to avoid surgery.

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The Best Way to Treat a Bruise

Ways to best treat bruises and possibly speed the healing process.

The Best Way to Treat a Bruise

Ways to best treat bruises and possibly speed the healing process.

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.

'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.

CPR Expert Explains Simple Tips For Saving A Life

A CPR expert explains how these simple techniques can help to save a life before paramedics arrive.

CPR Expert Explains Simple Tips For Saving A Life

A CPR expert explains how these simple techniques can help to save a life before paramedics arrive.

ANTIDEPRESSANTS TO TREAT ALZHEIMER'S?

Researchers studying the buildup of proteins in the brain of an Alzheimer's patient say a commonly prescribed antidepressant may slow the progression of the disease.

'Bizarre ER': Rotary Tool Accident Part 2

James Wheeler finds himself in A&E after attempting to cut down a shrubbery with a high powered rotary. His trimming technique was misguided and as he held back the safety guard to get a clearer view, his gripped slipped and the saw shot back cutting through two of his fingers. Click here for more Bizarre ER: http://www.youtube.com/OfficialBizarreER

'Bizarre ER': Rotary Tool Accident Part 2

James Wheeler finds himself in A&E after attempting to cut down a shrubbery with a high powered rotary. His trimming technique was misguided and as he held back the safety guard to get a clearer view, his gripped slipped and the saw shot back cutting through two of his fingers. Click here for more Bizarre ER: http://www.youtube.com/OfficialBizarreER

'Tiger Mandingo' Found Guilty In HIV Case

A Missouri man has been sentenced to up to 60 years in prison for recklessly spreading HIV.

'Bizarre ER': Examining Jonathan's Stapled Finger

Jonathan has to go into hospital for an X-ray; the nurse has to see what his finger looks like in order to work out the best way to take the staple out. Nurse Practitioner Maria Caitlin, is in charge of unpicking Jonathan's stapled finger.

'Bizarre ER': Examining Jonathan's Stapled Finger

Jonathan has to go into hospital for an X-ray; the nurse has to see what his finger looks like in order to work out the best way to take the staple out. Nurse Practitioner Maria Caitlin, is in charge of unpicking Jonathan's stapled finger.

'Bizarre ER': The Ceiling Fitting Hit Me on the Head

After a successful gig, indie kid Craig and his bandmates were enjoying a well deserved drink at an after-show party. As the night wore on the celebrations became more raucous sending vibrations around the room. This in turn loosened a giant ceiling fitting that landed on Craig's head.

'Bizarre ER': The Ceiling Fitting Hit Me on the Head

After a successful gig, indie kid Craig and his bandmates were enjoying a well deserved drink at an after-show party. As the night wore on the celebrations became more raucous sending vibrations around the room. This in turn loosened a giant ceiling fitting that landed on Craig's head.

'Bizarre ER': Peanut Stuck In My Ear

Meet Northampton's miniature version of David Blaine, Max Emmer still has a lot to learn about magic however. Whilst trying to perform a trick, he managed to get a peanut stuck in his ear - the trick worked far too well however since the peanut completely disappeared!

'Bizarre ER': Peanut Stuck In My Ear

Meet Northampton's miniature version of David Blaine, Max Emmer still has a lot to learn about magic however. Whilst trying to perform a trick, he managed to get a peanut stuck in his ear - the trick worked far too well however since the peanut completely disappeared!

Bizarre ER: Man Superglues a Hat to His Head

Sean took his fancy dress costume a step to far and ended up in A&E after superglueing a hat to his head.

Bizarre ER: Man Superglues a Hat to His Head

Sean took his fancy dress costume a step to far and ended up in A&E after superglueing a hat to his head.

'Bizarre ER': Carol's Swollen Lips

Carol has a problem that's left her looking like a victim of poor plastic surgery. After feeling a strange tick in the corner of her mouth the previous night, it appears the swelling has spread to her whole mouth. Despite the fixed expression on her face she's able to see the funny side.

'Bizarre ER': Carol's Swollen Lips

Carol has a problem that's left her looking like a victim of poor plastic surgery. After feeling a strange tick in the corner of her mouth the previous night, it appears the swelling has spread to her whole mouth. Despite the fixed expression on her face she's able to see the funny side.

'Bizarre ER': Holly's Dislocated Jaw

A fatal yawn in classroom leads to a dislocated jaw. Potentially dangerous but easily solved with lolly sticks.

HIV in the Media: Why We Need to Raise Awareness Again

Actor Daniel Franzese of HBO's "Looking" discusses how representations of HIV patients in the media are necessary to raise awareness for the disease. Plus, viral specialist Dr. Jorge Rodriguez explains how he weighs the risks and benefits of prescribing pre-exposure prophylactics to high-risk patients.

The Potential Benefits of the HIV Preventing Pill

Viral specialist Dr. Jorge Rodriguez and actor Daniel Franzese of HBO's "Looking" discuss the potential benefits of a newly approved drug to prevent HIV infection.

'Bizarre ER': Holly's Dislocated Jaw

A fatal yawn in classroom leads to a dislocated jaw. Potentially dangerous but easily solved with lolly sticks.

'Bizarre ER': Small Boy Swallows a Pound Coin

Aaron was licking the dirt of a pound coin..as you do. Unfortunately the pound coin slipped and went straight down his cake hole. Desperate to retrieve the pound and restore the health of their son, Aarons parents have brought him to Bradford hospital.

'Bizarre ER': Small Boy Swallows a Pound Coin

Aaron was licking the dirt of a pound coin..as you do. Unfortunately the pound coin slipped and went straight down his cake hole. Desperate to retrieve the pound and restore the health of their son, Aarons parents have brought him to Bradford hospital.

'Bizarre ER': Fishing Hook Caught On Nose

A fishing competition ends in tears when Barry's friend Stewart's fly fishing hook decide to latch onto the end of his beak. Fortunately Barry is a very hands on patient and decided to just do it himself in the end. Mission success.

'Bizarre ER': Fishing Hook Caught On Nose

A fishing competition ends in tears when Barry's friend Stewart's fly fishing hook decide to latch onto the end of his beak. Fortunately Barry is a very hands on patient and decided to just do it himself in the end. Mission success.

Bad Sleep May Cause Memory Loss

Can you remember the last time you got a good night's sleep? Turns out, there might be something more concerning than just feeling groggy the next day. Researchers for the Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative put together a study that links memory loss to sleep disorders.

Bad Sleep May Cause Memory Loss

Can you remember the last time you got a good night's sleep? Turns out, there might be something more concerning than just feeling groggy the next day. Researchers for the Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative put together a study that links memory loss to sleep disorders.

H.I.V. Cases Lead Indiana To Extend Needle Exchanges

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence (R) on Monday extended a short-term needle exchange program in order to respond to an exploding HIV crisis in southeastern Indiana.

Hope for Alzheimer's Disease

A new drug, BCI-838, offers new hope to halt and possibly reverse the damage of Alzheimer's disease.

First Aid Dos and Don'ts

Learn important first aid dos and don'ts, just in time for the active summer months.

First Aid Dos and Don'ts

Learn important first aid dos and don’ts, just in time for the active summer months.

The Court Case Challenging How We View Sex And Alzheimer's

Former Iowa politician Henry Rayhons was recently accused of sexually assaulting his wife, an Alzheimer's patient. The case has shed light on grey areas of consent when it comes to mental capacity. Can a person with dementia consent to sex?

The Conversation Every Baby Boomer Needs To Have

Our HuffPost Live Community joins Nancy to talk about the conversation every baby boomer needs to have.

The Court Case Challenging How We View Sex And Alzheimer's

Former Iowa politician Henry Rayhons was recently accused of sexually assaulting his wife, an Alzheimer's patient. The case has shed light on grey areas of consent when it comes to mental capacity. Can a person with dementia consent to sex?

The Conversation Every Baby Boomer Needs To Have

Our HuffPost Live Community joins Nancy to talk about the conversation every baby boomer needs to have.

Michelangelo Signorile: Why Truvada Isn't Enough To End AIDS

Michelangelo Signorile joins HuffPost Live to explain why Truvada isn't enough to end AIDS.

Ronald Reagan's Speeches May Have Shown Early Signs Of Alzheimer's

Former President Ronald Reagan was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 1994 â€" five years after he left the White House â€" but a new study suggests his speaking patterns during his two terms in office may have hinted at the disease.

Ronald Reagan's Speeches May Have Shown Early Signs Of Alzheimer's

Former President Ronald Reagan was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in 1994 five years after he left the White House but a new study suggests his speaking patterns during his two terms in office may have hinted at the disease.

'Bizarre ER': Clive Was Shot by a Shotgun

Clive Stanton and his shooting party were taking some time to train their hunting dogs. Thinking the round was over, Clive stepped out of the safety zone, just as a pheasant flew overhead. Clive's friend decided to take a shot at it, not realising Clive was in the firing line. Pellets showered down and embedded themselves into Clive's skull. Check out more Bizarre ER at: http://www.youtube.com/OfficialBizarreER

A Quick Tip to Treat Nosebleeds

ER physician Dr. Travis Stork explains what you should do if you suffer a nose bleed.

'Bizarre ER': Clive Was Shot by a Shotgun

Clive Stanton and his shooting party were taking some time to train their hunting dogs. Thinking the round was over, Clive stepped out of the safety zone, just as a pheasant flew overhead. Clive's friend decided to take a shot at it, not realising Clive was in the firing line. Pellets showered down and embedded themselves into Clive's skull. Check out more Bizarre ER at: http://www.youtube.com/OfficialBizarreER

A Quick Tip to Treat Nosebleeds

ER physician Dr. Travis Stork explains what you should do if you suffer a nose bleed.

Why This Indiana Town Is Facing An HIV Epidemic

Indiana's Republican governor has authorized a short-term needle exchange program to combat a local outbreak of HIV, despite long opposition to such programs. Will this be an effective strategy to control the spread of the disease?

Why This Former Addict Didn't Think Twice About Sharing An Infected Needle

Mark S. King joins HuffPost Live and talks about why he didn't think twice about sharing an infected needle.

How Effective Are Needle Exchange Programs In Preventing The Spread Of HIV?

Our HuffPost Live Community joins Nancy to discuss how effective needle exchange programs are in preventing the spread of HIV.

Fighting Indiana's HIV Outbreak

Indiana's Republican governor has authorized a short-term needle exchange program to combat a local outbreak of HIV, despite long opposition to such programs. Will this be an effective strategy to control the spread of the disease?

Alzheimer's Patients Not Always Told of Condition

Fewer than half of people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s have been told by their doctor they have the disease. WSJ's Melinda Beck reports.

Alzheimer's Patients Not Always Told of Condition

Fewer than half of people diagnosed with Alzheimer's have been told by their doctor they have the disease. WSJ's Melinda Beck reports.

Gender and Memory

Is gender a risk factor for memory loss?

Gender and Memory

Is gender a risk factor for memory loss?

How Robots Can Aid in Natural Disasters

Sarah Buhr stops by SXSW's first "Robot Petting Zoo" to learn more about robots built to assist with natural disasters.

SXSW 2015: How Robots Can Aid in Natural Disasters

Sarah Buhr stops by SXSW's first "Robot Petting Zoo" to learn more about robots built to assist with natural disasters.

Ultrasound Shows Promise in Treating Alzheimer's

A new study shows promises in improving memory in mice and it could lead to new treatment of Alzheimer's. WSJ's Jeanne Whalen reports.

Ultrasound Shows Promise in Treating Alzheimer's

A new study shows promises in improving memory in mice and it could lead to new treatment of Alzheimer's. WSJ's Jeanne Whalen reports.

'Stretch and Reach' Song for Kids

Enjoy this fun and active song and join in with Luke and Emma as they teach us how to exercise!

You Can Catch the Flu from Your Doctor's Office

C-Difficile bacteria and flu could be lurking at your doc's waiting room. Find out why and how to avoid infections.

How to Perform Bystander CPR

Licensed pediatrician Dr. JJ Levenstein explains how to properly perform bystander CPR. More than 300k people each year suffer heart attacks outside of a hospital and many of those incidents are fatal. It's estimated that using prompt and proper CPR can help increase the chance of survival during a cardiac event. Dr. JJ’s tips include the latest CPR techniques that do not require a breath component and follow the Bee Gee’s song ‘Stayin Alive.’

What You Need to Know About Electric Shock Drowning

Scott Croft with BOAT US discusses the dangers of electric shock drowning (ESD) and what to do if you spot a victim of ESD.

Which Is Worse: Heat Stroke or Hypothermia?

Learn what conditions can cause heat stroke and hypothermia, which of the two leads to more deaths and how to treat someone whose body temperature is too high or too low.

Leeza Gibbons Raises Awareness About Alzheimer's

Learn how Emmy award-winning TV personality Leeza Gibbons is helping educate Alzheimer’s patients and their families about appropriate care during the various stages of the disease.

Researching Cures for Alzheimer's Disease

Pfizer’s Chief Medical Officer Freda Lewis-Hall shares ways in which you can contribute to medical research on Alzheimer’s and other devastating diseases.

Why Brain Health For Young Minds Matters

Filmmaker Max Lugavere joins HuffPost Live to talk about brain health, including the steps he's taking to prevent neurological diseases. He'll also discuss his latest projects and much more.

Julianne Moore in 'Still Alice': Dealing with Onset Alzheimer's

Actress Julianne Moore's latest film, "Still Alice," focuses on how Alzheimer's can impact an entire family. Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon opens up about losing his mother to the devastating disease.

Are Addictive Behaviors Linked to Parkinson's Medications?

Learn how certain medications used to treat Parkinson's disease can cause patients to engage in addictive behaviors, such as gambling and engaging in risky sexual activity.

Neighborhood Hero Saves Infant Girl's Life

The Doctors share the heroic story of Hakeem, a man who happened to be in the right place at the right time. Hear how he saved the life of a 2-month-old girl named Adda Claire, whose mother found her face down and not breathing in her crib.

Neighborhood Hero Saves Infant Girl’s Life

The Doctors share the heroic story of Hakeem, a man who happened to be in the right place at the right time. Hear how he saved the life of a 2-month-old girl named Adda Claire, whose mother found her face down and not breathing in her crib.

Woman with Alzheimer's Remembers Daughter In Touching Viral Video

Kelly Gunderson has been caring for her 87-year-old mom who suffers from Alzheimer's - the most common form of dementia.

Has The Gay Community Forgotten About HIV?

Marc talks with our HuffPost Community about why it seems as thug the gay community has forgotten about HIV.

How This Man Became A Community's Scapegoat For HIV

As a standout wrestler, Michael Johnson (or "Tiger Mandingo") was respected. As a gay man, he was desired. And as a defendant charged with passing on HIV, he's become a scapegoat, argues reporter Steven Thrasher. He joins to discuss his article.

Why Are Rates Of HIV Skyrocketing For Young Gay & Bi Men?

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has released a report showing that between 2001 and 2011, new HIV diagnoses among men who have sex with men increased by 132 percent.

Mindful Meditation to Reduce HIV Stress

After TV producer Mark Koberg was diagnosed with HIV, he says he dealt with the condition medically but not emotionally. After a year, the emotional burden took a toll on his health, and doctors told him he had to reduce his stress. Mark turned to mindful-based stress reduction. Advocates say mindful-based stress reduction can help people better manage stress, fear, anger, anxiety and depression.

5 Clues to Alzheimer's

More than five million American's are living with Alzheimer's disease and sometimes this frightening disease comes on quickly without any warning signs. But researchers are now identifying some clues to Alzheimer's that you should know about.

What Adults Learn From Caring for Ailing Parents

Caring for an ailing parent is a life-changing event. Beyond the sadness and suffering, the experience can teach caregiving children a lot about toughness, perseverance and especially love. WSJ contributor Dave Shiflett shares his story on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero.

How This HIV-Positive Man Turned 'Tragedy Into Triumph'

Will Brawner joins HuffPost Live and talks about how he turned his tragedy into triumph.

I Am HIV-Positive But 'Denial' Made Me Have Unprotected Sex

Will Brawner talks with Marc about how he had unprotected sex despite knowing he was HIV-Positive.

'25 To Life'

"25 to Life" tells the story of one man's coming-of-age with HIV. After hiding his status for 25 years, the film follows Will Brawner on his life journey through the tough issues of sex, race and manhood. Will and the film's director join us live.

Thrift Store Offers Much More Than Great Resale

This is not your typical thrift store; Out of the Closet takes pride in not draining your checking account, but they'll gladly take a bit of your blood. The store offers free HIV testing and is even putting in a pharmacy, hoping to remove the stigma that comes with HIV, and also gives 96 of each $1 to the HIV community.

The Bodyguard Blanket May Protect Kids in Emergencies

When you think of a blanket you want it to be comfortable, you want it to keep you warm, but do you expect it to save your life? Probably not. But that was before The Bodyguard Blanket: designed to shield kids from tornado debris and bullets. The blanket allows kids to have a fighting chance if their school zone turns into a danger zone.

The Bodyguard Blanket May Protect Kids in Emergencies

When you think of a blanket you want it to be comfortable, you want it to keep you warm, but do you expect it to save your life? Probably not. But that was before The Bodyguard Blanket: designed to shield kids from tornado debris and bullets. The blanket allows kids to have a fighting chance if their school zone turns into a danger zone.

The Three Stages of Alzheimer's Disease

We classify cancer in different stages and now researchers are doing something similar with Alzheimer's disease. It could mean a much earlier diagnosis and better treatment for many people.

The True Stories Of 'Normal Heart'-Era AIDS Panic

AIDS in the 1980s ravaged the gay community as hospitals and the government turned a blind eye. We talk to the people who lived through the first phase of the AIDS crisis watching their friends die.

Real Stories From 'The Normal Heart'

AIDS in the 1980s ravaged the gay community as hospitals and the government turned a blind eye. We talk to the people who lived through the first phase of the AIDS crisis watching their friends die.

A Mother's Story: Losing a Child to HIV

Florence Ngobeni-Allen lost her first child to HIV when she transmitted it to her daughter without knowing that she herself was infected. Here, Ngobeni-Allen shares the powerful story of how she later learned that children can be born free of HIV with access to medication and proper care and how she went on to have two sons who were born free.

Man With Alzheimer's Proves That The Heart Never Forgets

Melvyn Amrine, of Little Rock, Ark., may not remember the details of his life since his Alzheimer's diagnosis, but he recently proved that his love for his wife transcends memory.

Was New York's Gay Community Ignored During The AIDS Crisis?

In the wake of the premiere of HBO's original film "The Normal Heart," HuffPost Live is joined by doctors and activists who were at the forefront of the fight against HIV-AIDS.

Politics, Civil Rights & 'Normal Heart'

In the wake of the premiere of HBO's original film "The Normal Heart," HuffPost Live is joined by doctors and activists who were at the forefront of the fight against HIV-AIDS.

Hiding My AIDS Diagnosis Was Killing Me More Than The Disease Itself

Rae Lewis-Thornton joins HuffPost Live to discuss how her AIDS diagnosis was kill her more than the disease itself.

Why Young People Need To Talk More About HIV

In the lead up to the premier of HBO's original film "The Normal Heart," we discuss how advancements in medicine have helped those infected with HIV or AIDS to live longer and healthier lives.

AIDS: From Death Sentence To Cure

In the lead up to the premier of HBO's original film "The Normal Heart," we discuss how advancements in medicine have helped those infected with HIV or AIDS to live longer and healthier lives.

Hope or Hype: Self-CPR?

If you're having a heart attack, can you administer "self CPR" by coughing? E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork weighs in on this Internet health rumor.

Hope or Hype: Self-CPR?

If you’re having a heart attack, can you administer “self CPR” by coughing? E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork weighs in on this Internet health rumor.

HIV Meds: The New Porn Debate

A new debate is brewing in the porn industry, and this one involves the HIV-prevention medication Truvada. HuffPost Live speaks to industry insiders about how the antiretroviral is being used by those in the business.

Porn Producer On Why He's All For Truvada

A new debate is brewing in the porn industry, and this one involves the HIV-prevention medication Truvada. HuffPost Live speaks to industry insiders about how the antiretroviral is being used by those in the business.

HIV Prevention Advocate Breaks Down The Truvada Controversy

HIV Prevention Advocate Jim Pickett joins HuffPost Live to break down the Truvada controversy.

Can Virtual Worms Cure Alzheimer's?

A company called Open Worm is creating a digital worm that will greatly assist scientists in discovering how to cure diseases like Alzheimer's.

OraQuick: The At-Home Oral HIV Test

Jinkx Monsoon joins HuffPost Live to talk about OraQuick.

Top 5 Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Alzheimer's

Dr. Guy Eakin, Vice President of Scientific Affairs for the BrightFocus Foundation, discusses the top five questions you should ask your doctor regarding your Alzheimer's diagnosis.

Remembering Me Before Dementia Makes Me Forget

HuffPost's Third Metric seeks to redefine success beyond money and power. As part of our ongoing series, we want to shine a light on the more than 5 million Americans that are living with dementia. What do they want their loved ones to know?

Landmark Alzheimer's Study Pinpoints Protein That Protects Aging Brain

The conundrum has stumped doctors for years. Why do neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's affect only the elderly? Why do some people live to be over 100 with normal brain functioning while others develop dementia decades earlier?

Are Alzheimer's Deaths Under-Reported?

Alzheimer's disease may contribute to nearly as many deaths as heart disease and cancer, new study suggests.

Spring Clean for Health

The Doctors demonstrate how to spring clean your first-aid kit!

Do Animals Hold the Key to HIV?

Find out which animal may hold the secret to finding a cure for HIV.

The Sacrifice I Made To Care For My Mother With Dementia

Kathy Ritchie joins Nancy to share her story of how she changed her life in order to take care of her mother with dementia.

Spring Clean for Health

The Doctors demonstrate how to spring clean your first-aid kit!

AIDS Epidemic in 'Dallas Buyers Club'

The Doctors discuss Dallas Buyers Club and America's AIDS epidemic during the 1980s.

Unplanned Parenting With @NancyRedd

Actor Seth Rogen delivered a moving testimony in Congress about watching his mother-in-law struggle with Alzheimer's. His story is far from unfamiliar for the sandwich generation those who care for both their children and parents with Alzheimer's.

Can a Diabetes Drug Prevent Alzheimer's?

Researchers are testing the effectiveness of a diabetes drug for the prevention of the development of Alzheimer's Disease in people who are predisposed to develop the condition.

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Scientists Say Toddler Has Been Cured of HIV

Researchers say a toddler born with HIV has been functionally cured of the disease. Could it lead to a cure for HIV?

Deb Dugan's Global Fight Against AIDS

Deb Dugan came to the rescue of The Global Fund with (RED), a charity she founded to help eliminate AIDS in Africa. She joins us to talk World AIDS Day, how she rallied the private sector and raised enough money to impact the lives of 14 million.

I Still Got Pregnant After Being HIV-Positive And Losing Three Children

Constance Mudenda shares her story of having a child after suffering loss and learning she was HIV-positive.

Cookie Johnson on the HIV and AIDS Stigma

Philanthropist and HIV and AIDS activist Cookie Johnson, wife of NBA legend Earvin "Magic" Johnson, joins The Doctors to discuss the stigmas surrounding HIV and AIDS and the importance of education.

Decades Living With HIV/AIDS

There are 34 million people around the globe currently living with HIV, but what's it really like to live with it and is the stigma still what it was decades ago? Our panel discusses in honor of World AIDS Day.

AIDS Patient: 'The Secret Was Killing Me Quicker Than The Disease'

There are 34 million people around the globe currently living with HIV, but what's it really like to live with it and is the stigma still what it was decades ago? Rae Lewis-Thornton shares her story.

'My Father Died Of AIDS... We Told People He Died Of Cancer'

There are 34 million people around the globe currently living with HIV, but what's it really like to live with it and is the stigma still what it was decades ago? We speak with Duane Cramer.

The Latest Studies on Alzheimer's

The Doctors has an exciting partnership with USA Weekend magazine as the exclusive medical contributors to its weekly HealthSmart column! Learn about the newest studies on Alzheimer's disease in the latest article.

3 Tips to Prevent Memory Loss

To increase brainpower and memory, what matters most is what you do with your mind and your muscles. In this video, Michael Roizen, MD, offers three tips that can help you boost your brain and improve your memory.

4 Surprising Ways to Delay Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia

What's the secret to keeping your brain fast and nimble? Sharpen it with some proven techniques. Dr. Michael Roizen, MD, shares tips to improve your memory and brainpower.

Keep Your Eyes Healthy to Prevent Alzheimer's Disease

Regular eye exams do more than protect your vision. They may help you prevent dementia. In this Health Smarts video, Kevin Soden, MD, explains the connection between poor eyesight and a higher risk of dementia and Alzheimer's disease.

Baby Born With HIV In Remission

Doctors now have convincing evidence that they put HIV into remission, hopefully for good, in a Mississippi baby born with the AIDS virus a medical first that is prompting a new look at how hard and fast such cases should be treated.

AIDS in Cats Could Help Develop HIV Vaccine for Humans

Researchers say the virus that causes AIDS in cats may hold the secret to developing an HIV vaccine for people.

Beauty Queen Living With HIV Shares Story

This woman knows HIV effects and statistics all too well; she's been living with the disease for more than a decade. But instead of hiding, she takes life center stage and uses her life and experience to educate others.

Does Belly Fat Cause Mental Illness?

That treat you just indulged in won't just go from your lips to your hips -- it might just go straight to your head. Middle-aged people with high abdominal fat are 3.6 times as likely to suffer from memory loss and dementia later on in life, researchers have discovered.

Peanut Butter May Help Diagnose Early-Stage Alzheimer's Disease

Scientists think peanut butter may be the key to diagnosing early-stage Alzheimer's disease.

Global HIV Infections Have Dropped by Over 30%

The number of new, global HIV infections has dropped by a third since 2001.

Could Cats Hold Key to Human HIV Vaccine?

Researchers say cats could be key in the development of an HIV vaccine.

Is The End Of HIV In Sight?

New HIV infections have dropped by a third since 2001 and a UN official says the end of AIDS could come as soon as 2030. But are these reports painting too rosy a picture for people who still can't access the best treatment?

Is The Age Of The HIV Epidemic Over?

New HIV infections have dropped by a third since 2001 and a UN official says the end of AIDS could come as soon as 2030. But are these reports painting too rosy a picture for people who still can't access the best treatment? Randy Neece and John-Manuel Andriote join to discuss.

Injuries Sustained After Lightning Strike

After getting struck by lightening while mountain climbing, Betsy Smith sustained multiple injuries. Here, she shows us her battle scars.

Social Media Interventions Can Increase HIV Testing Among Men

Interventions through social media can increase HIV testing among at-risk men.

Injuries Sustained After Lightning Strike

After getting struck by lightening while mountain climbing, Betsy Smith sustained multiple injuries. Here, she shows us her battle scars.

New Vaccine Cures HIV-Like Infection in Monkeys

The vaccine successfully treated 9 out of 16 monkeys, essentially curing them of the deadly disease. The study was published in the journal Nature.

Aging With HIV

Those who were among the first to contract HIV and were lucky enough to have their lives spared are now in uncharted territory: growing old with what was once a death sentence. What are the physical and psychological effects of aging with HIV?

I've Lived With HIV Since 1985

Mark S. King, blogger at MyFabulousDisease.com, talks with Josh about what it was like being diagnosed with HIV when everyone seemed to think that it was a death sentence.

Cognitive Rehab: Train Your Brain

Up to 20 percent of people 65 and up have mild cognitive impairment. A new program could help these patients train their brains and improve their memory.

Dental School Gets $2 Million HIV Grant

Louisiana's only dental school, LSU's Health Sciences Center in New Orleans, received a $2 million grant to teach students how to care for patients with HIV and AIDS.

Living With Alzheimer's

Ron Grant joins HuffPost Live to talk about how he's dealt with being diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's in 2007.

Diet Could Help Prevent Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer's specialist recommends a diet low in carbohydrates to Alzheimer's patients and people at risk for getting the disease.

Reading and Puzzles Can Prevent Dementia

Brain-boosting activities, like reading or doing crossword puzzles, can preserve memory in old age.

El Trabajo Reduce Las Chansas De Alzheimers

De acuerdo a un estudio Frances, personas quienes retraan su jubilacion tienen menos riesgo de tener Alzheimers.

Keeping Your Family Safe This Summer: CPR Essentials

Having at least one person in a group familiar with CPR is a must for staying safe this summer according to health officials.

Keeping Your Family Safe This Summer: CPR Essentials

Having at least one person in a group familiar with CPR is a must for staying safe this summer according to health officials.

Teen Born With HIV Aims For Magazine Cover

Paige Rawls was just like any other kid growing up. She liked playing soccer, hanging out with her friends and doing other activities. When she was 12 years old, her mother told her that she was born HIV positive, and within 2 weeks of confiding in her best friend, the entire middle school knew. She is now an outspoken activist for the disease, and is aiming to get on the cover of 'Seventeen' magazine as a contest finalist.

Family Fights To Keep Ryan White's Legacy Alive

Ryan White was an Indiana teenager who became America's poster child for HIV/AIDS in the late 80s and early 90s. HIV/AIDS was still misunderstood and rumors about the disease caused Ryan White to be bullied at school and even prevented him from attending his own school. His family still fights to keep his legacy alive, and they give a live interview on FOX 59.

Truvada Could Help Prevent the Spread of HIV

The anti-HIV drug Truvada helps prevent the spread of the illness in drug users.

New Form of Dementia Rapidly Rising

Doctors report a big rise in an unusual form of dementia, robbing patients of other things well before their memories.

Only Person Ever Cured Of HIV Shares Experience

Timothy Ray Brown is the first person to have been cured of HIV, and he is now sharing his experiences with scientists at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. The Seattle man was diagnosed with HIV in 1995 and was diagnosed with leukemia more than a decade later. A stem cell transplant eradicated both diseases, and now scientists are looking at Brown's case to potentially find a cure for HIV.

How Soap Operas Can Raise HIV/AIDS Awareness

Sandra de Castro Buffington, Director of Hollywood, Health & Society, USC Annenberg Norman Lear Center, shares how genetic storylines in Hollywood help improve health worldwide.

Study Shows a Link Between Football Injuries and Alzheimer's

A new study shows a link between football and Alzheimer's disease.

7,000 Patients Asked to Get Tested For HIV After Routine Dental Visit

Some seven thousand dental patients from one dental clinic im Oklahoma are receiving letters, urging them to get tested for hepatitis and HIV.

Skin Cancer Could Lower the Risk For Alzheimer's Disease

Some forms of skin cancer may be linked to a lower risk for Alzheimer's disease, though scientists aren't sure why.

Warning Signs of Heat Stroke

With the first heat wave of 2013 on its way, doctors are giving us tips on how to prevent heat stroke and identify if either you or a friend may be at risk.

Warning Signs of Heat Stroke

With the first heat wave of 2013 on its way, doctors are giving us tips on how to prevent heat stroke and identify if either you or a friend may be at risk.

The Responsibilities That Come With HIV In A Truvada World

Tyler Curry, Rich Juzwiak, and Noah Michelson and Dr. Daniel Berger join HuffPost Live to discuss the responisbilities that come with being HIV positive in a world with medicines like Truvada.

Dr. Annie Luetkemeyer on the Latest HIV Breakthroughs

Dr. Annie Luetkemeyer, sister of Modern Family's Julie Bowen, joins The Doctors to reveal the latest HIV breakthroughs.

Infection Protection: HIV Vaccines

Preventing HIV like we prevent the flu? How work being done right now could do just that.

Breastfeeding in Africa Could Reduce the Spread of HIV

HIV positive women in Africa can lower their chance of infecting their babies by exclusively breastfeeding.

How to Use a Personal Medical Kit on the Firing Range

Rob Pinkus shows you how to use your personal medical kit to treat wounds in the firing range or even in a possible shooting scenario.

Texas Fertilizer Plant Explosion

On April 17, 2013 a massive explosion at a fertilizer plant near Waco, Texas demolished the factory and leveled buildings for blocks in all directions. The blast resulted in a widescale evacuation in the community of 2,600 people, due to toxic fumes dispersed by the detonation. Two survivors of the devastating event discuss what they experienced. Plus, learn the dangers of toxic fumes emitted by such an explosion.

Aftermath of a Chemical Explosion

On April 17, 2013 a massive explosion at a fertilizer plant near Waco, Texas demolished the factory and leveled buildings for blocks in all directions. The blast resulted in a widescale evacuation in the community of 2,600 people, due to toxic fumes dispersed by the detonation. American Red Cross Spokesperson Dan Halyburton explains the challenges that the organization has faced from the disaster.

Surviving the Boston Marathon Bombings

Lee Ann and Nicholas Yanni were both injured by the explosions that rocked the 2013 Boston Marathon. Lee Ann suffered an open fibular fracture and a ruptured eardrum, while Nicholas experienced temporary hearing loss. They join The Doctors via phone to recount the terrifying and traumatic event.

Responding to Mass Casualty Events

Dr. Parveen Parmar of Brigham and Women's Hospital explains how the emergency department responded to being flooded with injured people from the 2013 Boston Marathon explosions. Plus, E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork explains the color coding system used in emergency triage.

Dementia Treatment Costs Top Heart Disease and Cancer

The annual cost of treating dementia tops that of heart disease and cancer. Experts estimate Americans spend more than $150 billion caring for people with the disease.

Music Can Help Alzheimer's Patients Cope With the Disease

Music is helping some Alzheimer's patients cope with the disease.

How to Treat Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless killer. E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork explains symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning and what to do if it happens to you.

Young Boys Help Save Baby's Life With CPR

Thanks to a poster they saw in school, two boys, aged 9 and 10 helped a mother save her baby's life with CPR before an ambulance arrived. INSIDE EDITION has the incredible story.

14 Adults 'Functionally Cured' Of HIV

Fourteen adults have also been "functionally cured" after they were given combination antiretroviral therapy (cART) for their HIV infection. They have been able to stop taking the treatment while still keeping their infection under control, according to a new study in the journal PLOS Pathogens.

Baby Cured of HIV

Has a baby been cured of HIV? Dr. Nancy Snyderman reports on this first in medicine.

Baby Born With HIV Apparently Cured Of Virus

A baby born with the virus that causes AIDS appears to have been cured, scientists announced Sunday. Dr. Anthony Fauci joins Abby for more on the case.

Scientists: Baby Born With HIV Apparently Cured

A baby born with the virus that causes AIDS appears to have been cured, scientists announced Sunday.

Leeza Gibbons Discusses Alzheimer's Disease

Talk show host, author and philanthropist Leeza Gibbons recalls her feelings when her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's and explains how her foundation has helped honor her family and many others.

Is The AIDS Crisis A Victim Of Its Own Success?

Recent studies suggest young gay men are ditching condoms, creating a rift within the community. Is unsafe gay sex becoming the norm? Mark King, Michael Weinstein and Kevin Robert Frost join Josh to discuss.

HIV Controversy: A Pill For Prevention?

Is it a breakthrough or a setback? It's an old debate over a new way to prevent the spread of HIV.

Treatment Options for Alzheimer's Patients

Is there a cure for Alzheimer's? Find out about treatment for Alzheimer's and how the medication works.

'How To Survive A Plague' Director On Inspiration, Oscar Nomination

Documentary filmmaker David France joins Alicia on set to discuss what inspired him to make the film and how he felt after receiving his Oscar nomination.

The Lives Saved By ACT UP

Documentary filmmaker David France and HIV positive Randy Neece join Alicia on set to discuss the amount of gratitude those that have HIV or know people with HIV feel for ACT UP.

The Emergence Of AIDS Sparked A New Era Of Social Activism

Documentary filmmaker David France and Chris Collins join Alicia to discuss the importance of ACT UP and what measures we should take going forward to further fight the AIDS epidemic.

The Early Days Of AIDS

Academy Award-nominated doc 'How To Survive A Plague' tells the story of activists who changed the conversation about AIDS and helped make the disease manageable.

13 Essentials for a First Aid Kit

Having a portable first aid kit in your home is essential for treating common burns, sprains and scrapes. Here are 13 items every emergency kit needs.

What Are the Symptoms of Alzheimers?

Alzheimer's is by fart the most common type of dementia, but do you know the warning signs. Watch to find out about the symptoms of Alzheimer's and when you should visit the doctor.

What Is Alzheimer's Disease?

Around 800,000 people suffer from dementia in the UK. But what is Alzheimer's and what are its symptoms?

The Needle Prick Project: Starting a Conversation About HIV/AIDS

Dallasite Tyler Curry is starting a campaign to start a conversation about HIV and AIDS. It's called "The Needle Prick Project," and it's already getting national attention. "I have a long life ahead of me," said Curry.

Study Shows Alzheimer's Numbers Will Triple

Do the math and you'll be overwhelmed at the numbers Alzheimer's patients, increasing daily. Now a new study offers a prediction for just how bad it will be and who needs to wake up before their memory goes. Since 1993, Rush University Medical Center researchers have followed thousands of Chicagoans - all 65 and older - from four different neighborhoods. The task - take a snap shot of the baby boomer generation today.

Practicing the Heimlich Maneuver

See how the Act Fast Anti Choking Trainer can help children and adults learn the Heimlich maneuver and potentially save someone's life.

The Endless Costs of Alzheimer Care

Kiplinger talks to families about the staggering costs of Alzheimer's care, and offers expert advice on financial planning before and after a diagnosis of the devastating disease.

Dangers of Singing While Driving

Singing in your car seems harmless, but a new study from Australia shows it could be dangerous.

Red Wine Impacts Brain Degeneration

Doctors have just opened a study looking at whether a compound found in wine and red grapes can prevent brain aging and possibly stop degenerative diseases like alzheimers from worsening.

Cognitive Decline in Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment

Older adults with a condition called "amnestic mild cognitive impairment" may have a higher risk for early death.

Breaking Research on Alzheimer's Disease Prevalence

New report shows 1 in 7 Alzheimer's patients live alone.

Understanding the Alzheimer's Gene

Researchers in Iceland have found a gene that appears to prevent the development of Alzheimer's disease.

U.S. National Plan to Treat Alzheimer's

The Obama Administration has set a deadline of 2025 to find effective ways to treat and perhaps delay the onset of Alzheimer's disease.

Using Alzheimer's Drugs Longer May Be Helpful

Longer use of a common Alzheimer's drug may benefit patients.

Omega-3 May Not Prevent Dementia

Omega-3 fish oil supplements may do nothing to prevent memory problems.

Teenager Talks About Living With Huntington's Disease

Terry Leach, a teenager with Huntington's disease, and his family talk to reporter Greg Bledsoe about living with the disease and how Terry exceeds expectations every day.

Robert Bazell Reports on Alzheimers

On the brink of becoming an epidemic, the United States declares war on Alzheimer's. And now there is also news of an experimental new weapon that could help prevent the devastating disease.

Many Alzheimers Patients Live Alone

The number of people battling Alzheimer's disease is growing... and the costs are rising just as dramatically. Many patients are left without a safety net or family support.

Walking Speed Could Determine Dementia Risk

How fast you walk could be an indicator of your risk for early dementia.

Robert Bazell Reports on a New Alzheimer's Drug

Robert Bazell reports on a promising new treatment for one of the biggest challenges out there: Alzheimer's.

Plaque Buildup Linked to Alzheimer's Risk

A new study suggests plaque build-up in your brain may be more harmful than having the Alzheimer's gene.

Mind Games Effective at Slowing Alzheimer's

Could playing online games like Words with Friends and Song Pop give you a boost in brain power, or instead be a brain drain? Erika Edwards talks to Alzheimer's disease experts about social media games.

Robert Bazell Reports on Alzheimers

Five and a half million Americans are already are living with Alzheimer's disease, and now scientists have made a disturbing but important discovery about how the brain changes leading to Alzheimer's begin decades before any symptoms.

Gingko Biloba Won't Help Prevent Alzheimer's

Taking ginkgo biloba supplements does nothing to protect the elderly from developing Alzheimer's disease.

Coping with the Dementia Stigma

A majority of dementia patients and their loved ones say they feel stigmatized by others, according to a new report from the Alzheimer's Association.

Alzheimer's Disease Report

New report on Alzheimer's explains the research in the field.

Age Plays Into Alzheimer's Aggression

People who are diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease late in life may have a less aggressive form of the disease.

Helping Patients of Alzheimer's Walk

Subtle changes in how a person walks could be an early sign of Alzheimer's disease.

Power of Attornery Important When Being Cared For

When the time comes for a friend to step in and care for you, it's important to have power of attorney to keep financial accounts open.

Risk For Alzheimer's Highest in Hispanics and African Americans

Hispanics and African Americans at highest risk for developing Alzheimer's.

Plaque in Brain Helps Doctors Detect Alzheimer's Sooner

Alzheimer's can be detected early via an increase of plaque in the brain. New technology allows doctors to find this sooner.

Woman Is Diagnosed With Alzheimer's at Only 53

Early onset Alzheimers affects 5.4 million Americans under the age of 65, but doctors have found exercise can help to slow young onset Alzheimers. Marianne Favro spoke with one woman who was diagnosed at 53.

Veterans Exposed To HIV?

More than 700 patients at the Buffalo Veterans Administration Center may have been exposed to HIV and Hepatitus because of an accidental reuse of insulin pens.

Were Vets Exposed To HIV & Hepatitis?

More than 700 patients at the Buffalo Veterans Administration Center may have been exposed to HIV and Hepatitus because of an accidental reuse of insulin pens. Amanda Chan, Bubba Atkinson, Noor Tagouri and Tim Young join Ahmed to discuss.

Home HIV Tests Now Available Over the Counter

For around 40 dollars, you can now purchase an HIV test over the counter at your local CVS, Walgreens, or other drug store. Some say it's a huge leap and will help many learn their HIV status in the privacy and comfort of their own homes.

Preventing STDs in U.S.

More sexually transmitted diseases could be prevented or treated ... if more pediatricians-in-training in california knew how.

Mystery Illness Mimics HIV

Researchers have identified a mysterious illness that acts like AIDS, even though patients aren't HIV-positive. Most cases have been in Asia, but a few have been reported in the U.S.

HIV Suppression Treatment

HIV patients may not be controlling their virus as well as doctors thought.

Home HIV Test

Brian Mooar reports t he Food and Drug Administration has approved the first over-the-counter HIV test, allowing Americans to test themselves for the virus that causes AIDS in the privacy of their homes.

HIV Prevention Pill

The FDA has approved the first medication to reduce the risk for contracting HIV.

Over-The-Counter HIV Test Now Available

Brian Mooar reports t he Food and Drug Administration has approved the first over-the-counter HIV test, allowing Americans to test themselves for the virus that causes AIDS in the privacy of their homes.

Free HIV Tests at CDC

The Centers for Disease Control has announced a pilot program that will offer free rapid HIV tests at pharmacies in 24 cities.

Nobel Laureate David Baltimore on New HIV Preventive Measure

HuffPost Senior Science Correspondent Cara Santa Maria sits down with Caltech Nobel Laureate David Baltimore to talk about VIP, an experimental preventive measure for HIV.

HIV Is on the Rise in Teens and Young Adults

HIV is on the rise in teens and young adults and they don't even know it.

How to Treat Frostbite

Nurse Mary explains how to recognize and treat frostbite.

High HIV Rates Among Blacks / African Americans

A new report by the Centers for Disease Control shows that in 2010, blacks accounted for 44% of the new HIV infections. Young African American men are the most at risk. Cornelius Baker joins Abby to talk about this trend.

How to Treat Hypothermia

Nurse Mary explains how to recognize and treat hypothermia.

How to Clean a Wound

Nurse Mary explains how to clean a wound.

How to Move an Accident Victim

Nurse Mary explains how to lift and move an accident victim.

How to Treat a Blistering Sunburn

Nurse Mary explains how to treat a blistering sunburn.

How to Treat Someone Who Is Having a Stroke

Nurse Mary explains how to treat someone having a stroke.

How to Treat Someone Who Is Having a Seizure

Nurse Mary explains how to treat someone having a seizure.

The Death of Freddie Mercury

In 1981, glam rock legend Freddie Mercury died from pneumonia due to a weakened immune system from a HIV infection. Learn how symptoms of HIV, prior to late stage progression, are often none at all, and the importance of safe sex and getting tested for STDs.

Alzheimer's Diagnosis Concerns

Mary Alexander from Home Instead Senior Care reviews some of the most common Alzheimer's diagnosis concerns.

The Basics of Alzheimer's and Dementia

Mary Alexander from Home Instead Senior Care discusses the basics of Alzheimer's and dementia.

Addressing Alzheimer's Caregiver Concerns

Mary Alexander from Home Instead Senior Care addresses some of the common caregiver concerns that can arise when caring for a senior loved one with Alzheimer's.

Practical Alzheimer's Solutions for Caregivers

Mary Alexander from Home Instead Senior Care provides some basic solutions for caregivers dealing with Alzheimer's patients.

Managing Alzheimer's Delusions and Wandering

Mary Alexander from Home Instead Senior Care discusses how to manage Alzheimer's delusions and wandering.

How to Manage Frustrating Alzheimer's Symptoms

Mary Alexander from Home Instead Senior Care explains how to manage frustrating Alzheimer's symptoms.

You've Got Fortunata Kasege & Florida Mwesiga

HIV-positive mother Fortunata Kasege and her daughter Florida Mwesiga work as ambassadors for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, and they sat down to share their story of how Fortunata took steps to prevent the transmission of the disease to her children.

"Pitching" PRP: Repairing Athlete's Elbows Without Surgery

A single injection is replacing a major surgery for young athletes. Find out how the somewhat controversial treatment is being used to repair a serious injury in a fraction of the time it would take with a surgery

The End Of AIDS

Full Segment: A significant amount of progress has been made in understanding, treating and preventing AIDS, but is the end in sight for a disease that has claimed 30 million lives?

The Beginning Of The End Of AIDS?

Full Segment: A significant amount of progress has been made in understanding, treating and preventing AIDS, but is the end in sight for a disease that has claimed 30 million lives?

Plan To End AIDS

Full Segment: Marc and Alicia discuss the U.S.'s new "blueprint" to combat AIDS, unveiled just before World AIDS Day on Saturday.

Clinton's New "Blueprint" To Combat AIDS

Marc and Alicia discuss the U.S.'s new "blueprint" to combat AIDS, unveiled just before World AIDS Day on Saturday.

Too Young To Forget

Full Segment: November is Alzheimer's disease awareness month. But little is known about the early-onset form of the disease that can wreak havoc for young people and their families.

Alzheimers: "A Death Sentence With No Execution Date"

November is Alzheimer's disease awareness month. But little is known about the early-onset form of the disease that can wreak havoc for young people and their families.

Caring For a Parent With Alzheimers: A Sense of Humor Helps

Author and HuffPost Blogger Deborah Swiss talks about caring for her mother who has Alzheimer's, and that it was a secret that her mom had it until her father passed away.

Treating a Puncture Wound

Nail guns are responsible for an estimated 37,000 emergency room visits each year. The Doctors explain what to do should you ever suffer a puncture wound like a nail in the foot.

Anxious About Alzheimers

A new study shows that Americans fear Alzheimer's more than any other disease. In honor of National Alzheimer's Awareness Month, we help shed light on the condition.

Early Symptoms of Alzheimer's Disease

The Doctors have an exciting partnership with USA Weekend magazine as the exclusive medical contributors to its weekly HealthSmart column! E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork explains how the latest article focuses on the early symptoms of Alzheimer's disease and age-related dementia.

The Main Ways HIV Can Be Transmitted

How do you get HIV? Find out all about HIV transmission and whether or not you can get HIV from oral sex.

Where to Get Information About HIV

The Terrence Higgins Trust has a wealth of information on HIV. Find out where else you can find out about this stigmatised virus and where you can get your questions answered.

How to Protect Yourself Against HIV

What are the best methods of HIV prevention? What should pregnant HIV positive woman do to prevent transmitting the virus to their unborn baby?

Advice for Pregnant Women at Risk for HIV

Are you pregnant and are about to have a HIV pregnancy test? Watch this video to find out what to expect and to answer questions you may have.

HIV Myths

Ever wondered how HIV is actually spread? Find out whether you can really catch the virus from a toilet seat or by sitting in a Jacuzzi with someone who is positive.

Everything You Need For a First Aid Kit

A portable first aid kit is necessary for treating all kinds of injuries. We list a handful of items that should not be absent from your kit.

Everything You Need For a First Aid Kit

A portable first aid kit is necessary for treating all kinds of injuries. We list a handful of items that should not be absent from your kit.

Dr. Ruth Gives Advice on Alzheimer's Caregiving

Author and sex therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer talks with WSJ's Anne Tergesen about her new book "Dr. Ruth's Guide for the Altzheimer's Caregiver" that gives advice to families and friends of Alzheimer's patients.

HIV Prevention Pill Now In A Store Near You

The HIV prevention drug Truvada has made its way onto pharmacy shelves. But, will this new disease-fighting tool encourage risky behavior?

A Pill To Save Lives - HIV Prevention Pill Now In A Store Near You

The HIV prevention drug Truvada has made its way onto pharmacy shelves. But, will this new disease-fighting tool encourage risky behavior?

Snake Bite Emergency Action Plan

Professional snake wrangler Jules Sylvester explains the emergency action plan if you're bitten by a poisonous serpent.

Identifying and Treating Bug Bites

Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Ava Shamban gives her top tips on identifying particular insect bites. Plus, learn the best medicinal treatments and home remedies for relieving the inflammation and irritation.

How Snake Venom Affects the Body

Professional snake wrangler Jules Sylvester and E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork explain how the two types of snake venom, hemotoxin and neurotoxin, affect the body.

Hospitals In A Hurricane

Emergency rooms must keep their doors open during the storm, but what happens to those who need non-emergency care? What about when the storm shuts the hospital down?

Hospitals In A Hurricane

Emergency rooms must keep their doors open during the storm, but what happens to those who need non-emergency care? What about when the storm shuts the hospital down?

Advice for Women Newly Diagnosed with HIV

Good medical planning together with support groups can be keys to healing when a woman receives devastating health news. Dr. Jennifer Lewis describes the first steps a woman should take when newly diagnosed with HIV.

How to Tend to a Dislocated Elbow

Learn how to properly tend to someone with a dislocated elbow with the help of this guide from first aid trainer Clive James.

How to Put a Bandage Onto a Finger

Learn how to put a bandage onto a finger with the help of this guide from first aid trainer Clive James.

How to Use the FAST Test to Spot Signs of a Stroke

Learn how to apply the FAST test on someone you suspect is having a stroke with the help of this guide from first aid trainer Clive James.

How to Tend to a Dislocated Thumb

Learn how to efficiently tend to someone with a dislocated thumb in this easy to follow guide from first aid trainer Clive James.

How to Tend to a Fractured Ankle

Learn how to tend to a person with a fractured ankle with the help of this guide from first aid trainer Clive James.

How to Tend to a Dislocated Elbow

Learn how to properly tend to someone with a dislocated elbow with the help of this guide from first aid trainer Clive James.

How to Put a Bandage Onto a Finger

Learn how to put a bandage onto a finger with the help of this guide from first aid trainer Clive James.

How to Use the FAST Test to Spot Signs of a Stroke

Learn how to apply the FAST test on someone you suspect is having a stroke with the help of this guide from first aid trainer Clive James.

How to Tend to a Dislocated Thumb

Learn how to efficiently tend to someone with a dislocated thumb in this easy to follow guide from first aid trainer Clive James.

How to Tend to a Fractured Ankle

Learn how to tend to a person with a fractured ankle with the help of this guide from first aid trainer Clive James.

Advice for Women Newly Diagnosed with HIV

Good medical planning together with support groups can be keys to healing when a woman receives devastating health news. Dr. Jennifer Lewis describes the first steps a woman should take when newly diagnosed with HIV.

How to Treat Severe Bleeding

Learn how to prevent blood loss from and bandage up large wounds on the arms and legs with the help of this guide from first aid trainer Clive James.

How to Perform CPR on an Adult

Learn how to perform CPR on an adult with the help of this guide from first aid trainer Clive James.

How to Manage a Dislocated Knee

Learn how to tend to someone with a dislocated knee with the help of this guide from first aid trainer Clive James.

How to Tie a Support Sling Onto a Person with a Dislocated Shoulder

Learn how to tie a support sling onto a person with a dislocated shoulder with the help of this guide from first aid trainer Clive James.

Surprise! You Have HIV - Does A Patient Have The Right To NOT Know?

A NY woman claims her doctor broke state law by testing her for HIV without consent. She tested positive. Did the doctor violate her rights or did he save her life? Joining the conversation are Alex Garner, Ilene Corina, Dr. Peter Ubel and Dr. Robert Klitzman.

How to Perform CPR

Learn three different ways of performing CPR in this guide from first aid trainer Clive James.

How to Perform CPR on a Child

Learn how to perform CPR on a child with the help of this easy to follow guide from first aid trainer Clive James.

How to Help Someone Who Is Having a Heart Attack

Learn how to help someone who is having a heart attack with the help of this guide from first aid trainer Clive James.

How to Tend to Someone Having an Allergic Reaction

Learn how to tend to someone having a severe allergic reaction with the help of this guide from St John's Ambulance first aid trainer Clive James.

How to Tend to an Adult Who Is Choking

Learn how to tend to someone who is choking with the help of this guide from St John's Ambulance first aid trainer, Clive James.

How to Tend to Someone with Hypothermia

Learn how to tend to someone suffering with hypothermia with the help of this guide from St John Ambulance first aid trainer Clive James.

How to Perform CPR on an Adult

Learn how to perform CPR on an adult with the help of this guide from first aid trainer Clive James.

How to Manage a Dislocated Knee

Learn how to tend to someone with a dislocated knee with the help of this guide from first aid trainer Clive James.

Tips to Help Defeat Dementia

Alzheimer's is an irreversible, progressive brain disease and the sixth leading cause of death in the United States. But there are steps you can take to protect your brain. Editor-in-Chief of Reader's Digest, Liz Vacariello, reveals simple tips for radically reducing your risk for Alzheimer's and dementia.

How to Perform CPR

Learn three different ways of performing CPR in this guide from first aid trainer Clive James.

When Is a Nosebleed an Emergency?

Ear, nose and throat specialist Dr. Andrew Ordon explains when a nosebleed could potentially be life-threatening.

What to Do If Someone Is Bleeding from the Mouth

E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork demonstrates what to do if someone is bleeding from the mouth.

Grocery Store Car Catastrophe

Watch shocking surveillance footage from a grocery store in Palm Coast, Florida, where an out-of-control driver plowed into the supermarket.

Eradicating AIDS - Are We On The Verge Of An AIDS Breakthrough?

Tremendous progress has been made against HIV/AIDS in the developing world. But where does the fight now stand and are we on the verge of a breakthrough?

Stopping Blood Loss After an Alligator Attack

On July 8, 2012, 17-year-old Kaleb "Fred" Langdale of Moore Haven, Florida was taking a dip in the Caloosahatchee River with his friends. As he swam across the river, Kaleb heard his friends shout that there was an alligator in the water. See the surprising way that Fred halted the bleeding while waiting for paramedics to arrive.

How to Apply Pressure to a Bleeding Wound

On July 20, 2012 tragedy struck citizens of Aurora, Colorado, when a gunman opened fire inside a crowded movie theatre. Fifty eight people were injured and 12 were killed. Best friends Allie and Stephanie were both there on that fateful night and barely survived the attack. E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork demonstrates the importance of applying direct pressure to a bleeding wound, and how it saved Allie's life.

Dating In the Age of HIV - I'd Like to Sleep With You, and I'm HIV+

HuffPost Blogger Carl Sandler argues that gay men are still ashamed of HIV. Would the stigma diminish if people were more open? Also joining the conversation are Jahlove Serrano, Daniel Tietz, Liam Rubio and Julio Fonseca.

How the Brain Processes Music

Geriatrician Dr. Laura Mosqueda, Director of Geriatrics at the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine explains what happens to the brain when affected by dementia. Plus, Dr. Travis explains how the brain processes music.

How Music Can Treat Dementia

Recreational therapist Yvonne Russell and social worker Daniel Cohen explain how music can improve the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease and dementia.

How Music Helps Dementia Patients

See how the power of music allowed one man to tap back into part of himself that had long been obscured by dementia.

Caring for Alzheimer Stricken Father Ronald Reagan

Alone, angry and exhausted... those are just three words that describe what a caregiver can feel. Patti Davis shares with us what she learned through her father's battle with Alzheimer's disease and how she is helping others.

Researchers One Step Closer to Unravelling Alzheimer's

Scientists know that neurons in the brains of dementia patients contain abnormally high amounts of two proteins, tau and beta ameloid. Professor Jurgen Goetz of the Queensland Brain Institute says

Jojo Rhines: Living With HIV Since 1991

Jojo Rhines discusses how hard it's been living with HIV, and how difficult it is to obtain healthcare for the condition in many southern communities.

The Many Difficulties of Obtaining HIV Healthcare

June Cross discusses HIV, the costs associated with it, and shares a story of an HIV-positive friend who opted to just stop taking medication rather than deal with the headache of healthcare.

Deepak Chopra: Preventing Alzheimer's

Deepak Chopra, author and M.D., gives us important tips for how to prevent the onset of Alzheimer's, and how to keep the mind sharp. Part of the series Mondays with Marlo on MarloThomas.com

HIV: DC Movie

HIV: USA is a nationwide creative writing and documentary film project that features participants living with HIV/AIDS and writings about their disease in order to educate and inform and to encourage HIV testing.

How Alzheimer's Disease Affects the Brain

Alzheimer's disease, the sixth-leading cause of death in the United States, is an irreversible, progressive brain disease that slowly destroys memory and cognitive skills. E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork illustrates how Alzheimer's disease affects the brain.

Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall on Alzheimer's Disease Effects

Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, Chief Medical Officer of Pfizer, joins The Doctors to further explain the devastating effects of Alzheimer's.

HIV: RI

HIV: USA is a nationwide creative writing and documentary film project that features participants living with HIV/AIDS and writings about their disease in order to educate and inform and to encourage HIV testing. HIV: RI is one state specific chapter of this collaborative effort featuring several HIV positive Rhode Islanders who gave their permission to share a very intimate part of their life.

HIV: NYC Video Project

HIV: USA is a nationwide creative writing and documentary film project that features participants living with HIV/AIDS and writings about their disease in order to educate and inform and to encourage HIV testing. HIV: NYC is a collaborative video project highlighting several HIV+ New Yorkers who chose to share a very intimate part of their lives through poetry and prose. By ignoring stigma, it sheds light on the reality of living with the virus that causes Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.

Cleaning Cuts and Scrapes

The Doctors reveal top first aid myths and how to properly care for cuts and scrapes.

The Downside of Early Alzheimer's Testing

If you were in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease, would you want to know? Melinda Beck on Lunch Break explains why one 57-year-old California woman and her husband wish they had never learned.

First Aid Refresher Course

Do yo know how to handle a burn? What can you give as an antidote for poison? Amanda gives a refresher course on how to be counted on for an emergency.

How to Perform Hands-Only CPR

Learn how to perform hands-only CPR; it could save someone's life.

How To Help Someone Who Has Been Poisoned

Learn to help someone who's been poisoned with these first aid instructions.

How to Handle Alcohol Poisoning

Learn how to handle alcohol poisoning by following this guide.

How to Get CPR Certification

Get CPR certification by finding a class in your area using these tips.

How to Care for a Blister

Learn how to care for a blister and bandage it with these important steps.

How to Make a Sling for an Injured Limb

Learn how to make a sling with these step-by-step instructions so you'll be prepared for an emergency.

How to Bandage an Elbow

Learn how to bandage an injured elbow with these easy tips.

How to Bandage a Hand

Know the correct way to bandage an injured hand.

Pantyhose Sling for an Injured Collar Bone

E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork demonstrates how pantyhose can be used to create a strong sling for someone who has fallen and injured their collar bone.

How to Make a Cold Compress

Learn how to use a cold compress to reduce inflammation with these important tips.

How to Make a Butterfly Bandage

Know how to make a butterfly bandage, which can speed up healing by pulling the skin together.

How to Stop a Nosebleed

Learn how to stop a light nosebleed with these important tips.

How to Know If Your Toe Is Broken

Use the information provided here to recognize the symptoms of a broken toe.

How to Know If Your Finger Is Broken

Recognize the symptoms of a broken finger using the information provided here.

How to Keep a Cut From Scarring

Learn how to stop scars from forming as soon as you get a cut with these useful tips.

How to Treat Someone for Shock

Know how to care for a victim who's gone into shock with these important tips.

How to Treat Poison Ivy

Learn how to take the sting out of poison ivy with these important tips.

How to Treat Heatstroke

Learn how to treat some with a heatstroke using these important tips.

How to Treat Blisters

Learn how to treat blisters effectively following these steps.

How to Treat a Sunburn

Learn how to soothe a sunburn fast so you can get back to the beach.

How To Get Rid Of Chiggers

Get rid of chiggers with these helpful tips.

Mobile HIV Testing: The New Standard?

They say "every journey starts with a single step," right? That's the mission statement of a burgeoning breed of HIV Outreach Programs. Though their numbers are small, the number of people they're saving is growing.

Fighting HIV and AIDS: New Research

In this health video learn how a new treatments for HIV and AIDS are allowing patients to live much longer, in one case up to 20 years longer than expected.

New AIDS Drugs

In this health video learn how 40 million people worldwide suffer from AIDS. Now, two new drugs have been approved that could mean lifesaving options for these patients

How a Nursing Home Rethinks Alzheimer Care

More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's Disease. Many are cared for in traditional nursing homes, but one facility is turning the rules of Alzheimer's care upside down.

Treating Alzheimer's with a Shake

One in eight older Americans is living with Alzheimer's. While there's no cure, a high powered energy drink could slow Alzheimer's from stealing your memory.

The Challenge of Mapping Alzheimer's Disease

5 million Americans are diagnosed with Alzheimer's. Researchers across the globe are pulling together to help them out and map all the genes that may cause this memory-robbing disease.

New Risk Test for Alzheimer's

Researchers developed the first test that can see into your future and predict your risk for Alzheimer's. It may help some patients in danger of the disease enroll in trials that could slow the decline.

Physical Activities with Loved One's with Alzheimer's

Some activities that you can share with an Alzheimer's patient. From cooking to gardening, activities you can do with your loved one with Alzheimer's.

Advice for Caring for an Alzheimer's Patient

Ways to communicate, simplify tasks and help your loved one with Alzheimer's navigate through their world. Including advice for caregivers.

Common Alzheimer's Disease Misunderstandings

In this video Dr. Craig Ritchie discusses some common misunderstandings of Alzheimer's, Terry Pratchett and interviews a patient and his carer about his condition and the support available to them. Watch this short film to learn about Alzheimer's treatment and intervention.

How Alzheimer's Disease Affects the Brain

Alzheimer's disease, the sixth-leading cause of death in the United States, is an irreversible, progressive brain disease that slowly destroys memory and cognitive skills. E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork illustrates how Alzheimer's disease affects the brain.

Alzheimer's Awareness for Patients and Caregivers

Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, Chief Medical Officer of Pfizer, joins The Doctors to further explain the devastating effects of Alzheimer's.

Giving Hope for Children and Adults with HIV

More than one million adults and children are infected with HIV in the United States. But thanks to advances in treatment, they are living longer than ever before.

Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer's and Dementia

Laurie Owen discusses the signs and symptoms you should look for in a loved one who might have Alzheimer's or some other type of dementia.

Preventing Alzheimer's and Types of Dementia

Laurie Owen of Home Instead Senior Care provides information on how patients can prevent Alzheimer's or other types of dementia.

Diagnosing Alzheimer's and Dementia

Laurie Owen of Home Instead Senior Care explains how Alzheimer's and other dementias are diagnosed.

Lifestyle Changes for Alzheimer's and Dementia

Laurie Owen of Home Instead Senior Care discusses the various lifestyle changes one should consider if they are suffering from Alzheimer's or other types of dementia.

Staying Healthy as an Alzheimer's Caregiver

Laurie Owen of Home Instead Senior Care provides tips on how to stay healthy as an Alzheimer's caregiver.

Keeping Alzheimer's Patients Safe

Laurie Owen of Home Instead Senior Care explains the top tips for keeping an Alzheimer's patient safe.

Using Past Memories to Comfort an Alzheimer's Patient

Laurie Owen of Home Instead Senior Care explains how to use past memories to comfort Alzheimer's patients.

HIV Positive Teens' Complications

Carol shares the complications that can arise for teenagers who are born with HIV/AIDS.

Advice for Women Newly Diagnosed with HIV

Dr. Lewis describes the first steps a woman should take when she is diagnosed with HIV and explains the importance of support groups.

Tips for HIV Positive Domestic Violence Victims

Dr. Lewis provides three tips for women who are in domestic violence situations, specifically those with HIV/AIDS.

Reasons to Work for an HIV/AIDS Organization

Dr. Lewis describes her inspiration to work with patients who are HIV and AIDS positive.

General Health Importance for HIV Positive Women

Dr. Lewis explains why it is so important for an HIV positive woman to focus on her general health.

HIV/AIDS Risk Groups

Carol explains who is the most at risk for getting HIV/AIDS and how sexual health awareness is being promoted.

Why Seniors Are at Risk for HIV/AIDS

Carol explains why senior citizens today are at an increased risk for HIV/AIDS.

Advice for Sexually Active HIV Positive Teens

Carol Poore recommends lifestyle tips and sexual health advice for teenagers who are HIV/AIDS positive.

How to Protect Yourself Against HIV/AIDS

Carol explains why a woman with a husband in prison is at an increased risk for HIV/AIDS and shares how she can protect herself.

The Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS' Support

Darkina recalls how the supportive environment at the Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS helped her to accept and treat her HIV diagnosis.

HIV Diagnosis' Effect on Relationship with Family

Darkina recalls how her relationship with her family members was altered by her HIV diagnosis.

Family Reaction to HIV Diagnosis

Darkina explains why she wanted to tell her entire family she was diagnosed with HIV and recalls how they reacted.

Being HIV Positive and Pregnant

Darkina describes her emotional and physical state as a pregnant woman with HIV.

How Living with HIV Improved

Sheree explains how living with HIV has improved since the 1980s and shares advice on disclosure.

Seeing a Counselor After HIV Diagnosis

Darkina recalls her open minded attitude and desire for a positive outlook after her HIV diagnosis.
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