The Minnesota Department of Health says the state saw a drop in the number of new HIV cases reported in 2011, but there were increases in HIV cases in some communities.
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A federal judge has upheld a 50-year prison term for an Iowa City man convicted of having unprotected sex with women while knowing he carried the virus that causes AIDS.
A Hennepin County judge sentenced Monday a man who was convicted of having unprotected sex knowing all the while he was HIV-positive.
A 30-year-old Minneapolis man has been convicted of knowingly transferring HIV when he had sex with another man in May 2009, according to the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office.
A team of Mayo Clinic researchers have developed a somewhat unusual strategy to fight feline AIDS and shed some light on how to combat the human virus.
Family vacations come with lots of memories, but as Cynthia McCollough was a flight home from Rome, she had an experience she’d like to forget.
A Madison-based clinic is trying to track down hundreds of patients after a nurse apparently spent years improperly using diabetic injection devices on them, potentially exposing them to blood-borne diseases such as HIV.
Hundreds of cyclists came out for an annual bike ride that will take them across the southern part of Minnesota.
The number of people in Minnesota diagnosed with HIV or AIDS declined in 2010. But state health officials say the 11 percent drop in cases doesn’t tell the whole story.
Free, confidential HIV testing is being offered this week in conjunction with the 11th annual National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day on Monday.
A new book by Pope Benedict XVI is on shelves in Europe, and Roman Catholics around the world are trying to decide whether his comments about condom use answers a very narrow question, or signals a major change in Catholic doctrine.