FDA Eases Restrictions on Blood Donations from Gay MenThe nation's three-decade-old ban on blood donations from gay and bisexual men was formally lifted Monday, but major restrictions will continue to limit who can give blood.
Illinois Stops Paying Local Health Clinics for STD TestingIllinois has notified more than 100 jails, health departments and family planning programs that the state will no longer provide free testing for HIV, syphilis and other sexually transmitted diseases at state labs, a move that shifts the cost to local jurisdictions.
New Survey Ranks St. Louis Number Two for STD'sA new survey from a renter’s website places St. Louis near the top of the list when it comes to the most sexually diseased cities in America.
Man Attempted to Expose HIV on Craigslist, Social MediaA St. Ann man is facing a charge in attempting to expose another person to HIV.
Former Lindenwood Wrestler Found GuiltyA verdict for former Lindenwood wrestler Michael Johnson has been found.
Man on Trial in HIV Exposure Case Previously Tested Positive A 23-year-old man accused of exposing other gay men to HIV while attending college in suburban St. Louis tested positive for the virus that causes AIDS two years earlier in Indiana.
Trial Begins for Former Lindenwood Wrestler Accused of Exposing HIV to PartnersJury selection is underway for former Lindenwood University wrestler who is scheduled to go to trial this week for not telling his sexual partners that he is HIV positive.
Tobacco QuitLine, SIDS Prevention Funds Cut in Ill.Gov. Rauner takes away $4.5 million in an effort to plug state budget hole.
Missouri House Panel Sends Medical Marijuana Bill ForwardThe GOP-sponsored measure would set up a system for some Missouri residents with specific illnesses and a doctor's approval to obtain and use marijuana legally in the state.
Missouri House Panel to Consider Medical Marijuana ProposalMontel Williams is joining a Missouri Republican in efforts to allow patients with specific ailments access to medical marijuana with a state-monitored distribution program.
HIV-AIDS Continues to Spread in Region Among White Gay MenGay white men taking chances is what St. Louis Health Department director Pam Walker says is largely to blame for the some 250 new HIV-AIDS cases each year in the region.
#Throwback Thursday: Arthur Ashe's BirthdayWith 33 titles to his name, he announced in 1992 that he had likely contracted HIV through a transfusion during heart surgery.