Earvin “Magic” Johnson’s wife, Cookie, was more than excited by the recent news of a baby born with HIV apparently being cured in Mississippi.
Events, free HIV testing, panel discussions and seminars will mark the 24th annual World AIDS Day in LA County.
An Irvine man who is HIV-positive has sued his former employer, The Pegasus School in Huntington Beach, for wrongful termination and other work-related violations.
The Ivy may be a celebrity hot spot and paparazzi hub, but Thursday night cameras were focusing on the restaurant instead of the people inside.
Two decades after the Lakers legend shocked the world, Magic Johnson hopes to get teens talking about HIV with a new documentary.
An ordinance mandating adult video stars to wear condoms on shoots in the city of Los Angeles goes into effect Monday.
The Los Angeles City Council will vote Tuesday on whether adult film stars should be required to use condoms.
For the first time in its 123-year history, the 2012 Tournament of Roses Parade will have a float focused on the fight against HIV/AIDS, it was announced Thursday.
If Magic Johnson had known just how well he could live with HIV, he wouldn’t have retired from the Lakers on Nov. 7, 1991.
Free testing for HIV and sexually transmitted diseases will be available Monday at the Earvin “MAGIC” Johnson Recreation Area.
An adult film performer who tested positive for HIV and caused the porn industry to shut down production as a precaution has been retested and the actor does not have the virus, a porn industry trade group said Saturday.
A porn industry group says an adult film performer has tested positive for HIV, resulting in a production moratorium in Southern California while the organization investigates to see if the virus has spread.
While the database will go online Friday, it will likely be at least two months before testing of performers is complete and the database is fully functional.
A Los Angeles appeals court says the legal system can’t compel public health officials to require and enforce condom use in porn.
Citing medical privacy, an Alameda County judge has denied state workplace safety officials access to medical files and personal information for a porn actress who contracted HIV in 2009.