Get the basics about STIs: who gets them, why they are important, and how to protect yourself. Also learn about ten of the most common STIs.
The Well Project has compiled a diverse list of trusted resources we believe can be useful to our community during this unprecedented global event – including women with HIV, their allies, and health providers.
What is "Undetectable Equals Untransmittable" — and what does it mean for women living with HIV? Learn more about this groundbreaking discovery, and the worldwide campaign to spread the word about it.
Learn more about health and safety issues for incarcerated US women with HIV, and what advocates on the outside can do to help.
The number of older women living with HIV is growing. Read about aging with HIV, aging-related health challenges, stigma and support, and more.
Review the list of conditions, including opportunistic infections, that the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention considers AIDS-defining conditions.
Get the basics about what anemia is, what causes it, why it is of special concern to women living with HIV, and how it is diagnosed and treated.
Learn why healthy bones are important, what puts you at risk for bone loss, and things you can do to prevent or treat bone loss.
Building H.O.P.E. is an outreach initiative focused building awareness and usage of The Well Project's comprehensive online resources and unique global community among women living with HIV (WLHIV) and those who care for them.
Get information on cancers that are more common among people with HIV: Kaposi sarcoma, lymphoma, and cervical, liver, anal, and lung cancers.
Learn about GYN care, what to expect with breast and pelvic exams, questions to ask your provider, and more.
Learn how to recognize and deal with some of the most common gut problems for people living with HIV – diarrhea, nausea, gas, and heartburn.
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Get basic information about a variety of approaches to treating the metabolic changes that may result from living with HIV or taking HIV drugs.
Lipodystrophy means abnormal fat changes. This article addresses treatments for fat loss, or lipoatrophy.