Injection drug users are at high risk of getting HIV and hepatitis. Learn how to reduce your risk, including how to clean drug equipment.
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.
The language we use to talk about HIV affects the well-being of people with HIV. Learn about the power of words, and less stigmatizing language for discussing HIV.
People with HIV can have loving relationships and great sex with HIV-negative partners. Learn more about dating, intimacy, and long-term partnerships.
Learn how smoking and using tobacco affects your HIV, the ways it can hurt your health, and the good news about getting help with quitting.
Learn about common signs and causes of stress, how stress affects women living with HIV, and how to reduce and cope with stress in your life.
Learn about substance abuse, dependence, and addiction, how they can affect you, how to know if you have a problem, and what to do.
Learn why condoms are important for women living with HIV, what types are available, how to talk to your partner about condom use, and more.
Learn how HIV+ women can benefit from changes that are part of the Affordable Care Act – from better access to care to no-cost preventive tests.
Learn about trans women living with HIV and the many unique issues they face, including some good news about changes and determined resilience.
Trans women are a group at high risk for HIV. Learn about specific risks and what prevention steps trans women can prioritize to stay HIV-free.
Learn about trauma and how it affects women living with HIV. Also learn about PTSD and the good news that recovering from trauma is possible.
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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.