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Panel recommends approving Truvada to prevent HIV infection updated: Mon Jul 16 2012 21:19:00

A drug already approved for treatment of AIDS might one day be approved for prevention of the deadly disease in individuals at high risk.

Brazil plans giveaway of 3 million free condoms for Carnival revelersupdated: Thu Feb 16 2012 21:51:00

Revelers in Brazil's most famous city will enjoy more than just sun, live music and dancing when Carinval festivities start this week. Rio de Janeiro state officials are also giving away 3 million free condoms.

CNNMoney: NYC launches iPhone condom-finder appupdated: Mon Feb 14 2011 14:19:00

Need protection for your hot date for Valentine's Day? There's an app for that.

After HIV pill news, now comes the tricky partupdated: Wed Dec 01 2010 11:44:00

Last week, the National Institutes of Health announced a major advance in HIV prevention. The results of a study showed that a once-daily pill containing drugs used to treat HIV can also help prevent HIV infection -- a new approach called "pre-exposure prophylaxis."

Working to help those with HIVupdated: Wed Dec 01 2010 11:44:00

CNN's Zain Verjee asks Global Fund's executive director what the organization is doing to mark World AIDS Day.

Pope: Condoms to prevent AIDS may be OKupdated: Tue Nov 30 2010 18:06:00

Pope Benedict XVI said that the use of condoms may be acceptable in some cases to prevent the transmission of AIDS.

Why the pope didn't just say no on condomsupdated: Tue Nov 30 2010 18:06:00

If you were to ask a group of Quakers or Mennonites whether it's OK for police or soldiers to use rubber bullets against rock-throwing children, you wouldn't be surprised if they said, "Absolutely not!" They are well-known for their commitment to pacifism.

AIDS activists praise pope's condom commentsupdated: Sun Nov 21 2010 13:13:00

Pope Benedict XVI's possible shift on condom use is a "significant and positive step forward," the head of the United Nations anti-AIDS campaign said, welcoming the potentially historic remark.

Survey documents teen condom use and U.S. sexual habitsupdated: Mon Oct 04 2010 17:05:00

In one of the largest studies on sexual behavior in America, Indiana University investigators have found that more teens than adults use condoms -- and that sexual activity in the U.S. involves much more than the missionary position.

Sex study: Teens 'act safer' than adultsupdated: Mon Oct 04 2010 17:05:00

An Indiana University study finds condom use highest among teens, but older Americans are less likely to use them.

Why I oppose the pope's visitupdated: Fri Sep 17 2010 06:06:00

As a democrat, I defend the right of Pope Benedict XVI to visit Britain and to express his opinions. But people who disagree with him also have a right to protest against his often harsh, intolerant views.

Female condoms range from 'strange' to 'natural'updated: Mon Aug 02 2010 11:21:00

They've been called noisy, unwieldy and like a plastic bag.

D.C. promotes new female condomupdated: Mon Aug 02 2010 11:21:00

CNN's Kate Bolduan reports on a first-of-its-kind effort to give out female condoms as a way to protect women from AIDS.

Former U.S. goalie critiques Team USAupdated: Sat Jun 26 2010 09:23:00

CNN's Richard Roth chats with former U.S. National Team goalie Tony Meola about the current USA soccer squad.

Rape-fighting condom has 'teeth'updated: Mon Jun 21 2010 15:22:00

A South African doctor says he has created a female condom intended to deter rapists.

South African doctor invents female condoms with 'teeth' to fight rapeupdated: Mon Jun 21 2010 15:22:00

South African Dr. Sonnet Ehlers was on call one night four decades ago when a devastated rape victim walked in. Her eyes were lifeless; she was like a breathing corpse.

D.C. handing out 500,000 female condoms to fight HIVupdated: Sun Mar 14 2010 16:44:00

On a Saturday at the Lamar Edward Salon, a small cluster of women watch a demonstration of a new product.

Vancouver medals in condom distributionupdated: Mon Mar 01 2010 15:16:00

The medals have been presented, the caldron extinguished and the crowds dispersed, but there's one record from the 2010 Vancouver Olympics that may have been overlooked: Most condoms distributed at a Winter Games.

Fears that World Cup could increase spread of HIVupdated: Thu Jan 07 2010 09:17:00

Advocates for sex workers in South Africa have warned that this summer's World Cup could be a public health disaster.

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