Despite awareness and advances in medicine, doctors say our success combating the HIV/AIDS has also become our weakness.
In Tenafly, a couple hundred high school students sat in for a sobering conference focused on preventing AIDS.
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In New Jersey about 1,300 people test positive each year and about 1.2 million Americans are living with HIV.
Got a ticket to ride the train? You'll need one just to sit inside the station. NJ Transit says it's to ensure passengers have a seat. Homeless advocates say it's to sweep them to the street. At the ...
The governor unveils his pick for the new state attorney general. Shoppers click their way to bargains on this Cyber Monday. And a new push to tackle HIV/AIDS in urban communities.
The North Jersey Community Research Initiative conducted HIV testing in Newark.