Best thebodycom podcasts we could find (Updated July 2017)
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Welcome to TheBody.com's Podcast Central! Here is an archive of dozens of audio interviews with people with HIV, doctors, researchers and others. You can easily listen to any of these interviews online or transfer them to your MP3 player. You can also read any of our podcast transcripts.
 
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HIV News & Views
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"HIV News & Views" is an ongoing podcast series from TheBody.com/TheBodyPRO.com in which we talk with HIV doctors, researchers, advocates and others, to get their takes on important HIV news.
 
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This Positive Life
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"This Positive Life" is an ongoing podcast series from TheBody.com in which people with HIV living around the globe share their personal stories.
 
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This Month in HIV
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"This Month in HIV" is a monthly podcast series from TheBody.com that reports on critical news in HIV. Each month, we interview prominent individuals in the HIV community about the issues that matter most in HIV treatment, prevention and activism.
 
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"HIV Frontlines" is an ongoing podcast series from TheBody.com/TheBodyPRO.com in which we talk with the men and women who work at the forefront of HIV prevention, care and advocacy.
 
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Minneapolis Star Tribune Reporter Andy Mannix provides as many details as possible, on the case of Justine Damond, who was shot dead by police after reporting a possible assault. And, both Andy and John exchange questions demanded of the inexplicable situation. http://serve.castfire.com/audio/3376981/3376981_2017-07-18-173421.64kmono.mp3?ad_par ...…
 
Minneapolis Star Tribune Reporter Andy Mannix provides as many details as possible, on the case of Justine Damond, who was shot dead by police after reporting a possible assault. And, both Andy and John exchange questions demanded of the inexplicable situation. http://serve.castfire.com/audio/3376981/3376981_2017-07-18-173421.64kmono.mp3?ad_par ...…
 
Minneapolis Star Tribune Reporter Andy Mannix provides as many details as possible, on the case of Justine Damond, who was shot dead by police after reporting a possible assault. And, both Andy and John exchange questions demanded of the inexplicable situation. http://serve.castfire.com/audio/3376981/3376981_2017-07-18-173421.64kmono.mp3?ad_par ...…
 
When Logan Huysman was busted for drugs and alchol, she resisted arrest, assaulted the police...and then claimed they s*xually assaulted her online. So the chief of police Brandon del Pozo posted the bodycam footage to bust her narrative. Now the ACLU is mad at the Chief of Police.https://bluelivesmatter.blue/video-logan-huysman-arrest/► The Jo ...…
 
This Sunday March 12th at 2pm EST, we will have the pleasure of speaking the hilarious, informative and handsome Mark S. King. Mark has spoke with us before and has even co-hosted an episode with Robert. Mark S. King is the award-winning writer and HIV activist behind the blog My Fabulous Disease. He has been writing and speaking out about livi ...…
 
Did you know that only 38% of people are qualified to give blood? Due to FDA regulations, gay and bisexual men are banned from donating blood because of past HIV scares. JD Davis, Managing Editor for TheBody.com (@TheBodyDotCom), is working to clear up misconceptions and educate people on the realities of HIV and the need for change in FDA policy.…
 
Howard Grossman is a board-certified internist, who had a private practice in Manhattan from 1988 to 2005, which he reestablished in 2009. In 2013 he opened the only primary care private practice dedicated to LGBT health and HIV care in the state of New Jersey. He is a general internist, but is most widely known as a specialist in HIV medicine ...…
 
Howard Grossman is a board-certified internist, who had a private practice in Manhattan from 1988 to 2005, which he reestablished in 2009. In 2013 he opened the only primary care private practice dedicated to LGBT health and HIV care in the state of New Jersey. He is a general internist, but is most widely known as a specialist in HIV medicine ...…
 
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Mark S. King with Dean Beck (Photo by: Betty Sujecki) As Australia’s only Gay & Lesbian radio station JOY 94.9 prepares to cross live to 20thInternational AIDS Conference AIDS 2014, we are joined in the studio by international HIV agitator, AIDS activist and award winning columnist Mark S. King. His blog “My Fabulous Disease” provides up-to-dat ...…
 
On Sunday August 5th at 9pm EST Maria Mejia will be talking with Robert & Jeromy on the POZ I AM Radio Show. Maria Mejia is a a 39-year-old Colombian female who lives in Miami, Florida. She has been positive for 20 years. Although almost all my life she has been in long-term relationships with HIV-negative men,She is happily married to a woman ...…
 
Since graduating college in the late '80s, Monique Howard has been working in the HIV/AIDS field. From examining specimens in a lab to implementing HIV risk reduction programming at Beth Israel Hospital to earning a graduate degree in human sexuality, her work has been grounded in understanding how HIV/AIDS impacts women. Now, Howard is the exe ...…
 
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In 1986, when Oliver W. Martin III was diagnosed with HIV, then called GRID, he wasn't alone. His younger brother, who was also same-gender-loving, was diagnosed at the same time. But for a decade, the two of them told almost no one. Only when effective HIV treatment became available did they share their diagnoses with their large, tightly-knit ...…
 
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In 1993, as a 21-year old new mom, Shana Cozad could not have been less worried about HIV. "It was commonly referred to as a drug user's disease. It was commonly associated as a gay disease," she remembers; "The stigmas and the discrimination and the unsupportiveness attitudes all around the globe around this disease were peaked at an all-time ...…
 
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After being hospitalized and close to death, Marvelyn Brown found out that she was HIV positive. She was 19 at the time. But she made a choice early on to speak out and educate her community about HIV instead of being silent. Since her diagnosis, Marvelyn has written a book, won an Emmy and been featured in countless magazines and television pr ...…
 
TheBody.com creates a lasting impact in their special section for World AIDS Day 2010.By contact@aids.gov.
 
On Nov. 10, Egrifta (tesamorelin) became the first drug approved in the U.S. to treat unusual fat gain, or lipohypertrophy, in people with HIV. In our latest episode of This Month in HIV, we talk with noted HIV researcher Daniel Berger, M.D., about how Egrifta works, who should take it, and what else we know to date about the treatment of lipoh ...…
 
For the past 20-plus years, Gary Paul Wright has dedicated his life to fighting the AIDS epidemic in New York City. Wright, one of the founders of the House of Latex, worked for Gay Men's Health Crisis and New York City's Department of Education before starting his own organization, the African American Office of Gay Concerns (AAOGC), in Newark ...…
 
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"The secret to my survival is that I want to live," says HIV/AIDS advocate, mother and long-term HIV survivor Michelle Lopez. Back in 1991, Michelle left behind a partner who beat her and, she would soon learn, knowingly put her at risk for HIV. With nothing but her infant daughter, Michelle set out to find help -- and help did come, in the for ...…
 
"HIV was just something added on the plate that I had to learn how to deal with," says Jose Ramirez. Jose survived sexual abuse, a stint at a sadistic boarding school, visits to war-torn El Salvador and being kicked out of his father's house because he was gay -- all before his 17th birthday. At 17, he found out a much-older boyfriend had passe ...…
 
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Sherri Beachfront Lewis was diagnosed HIV positive in 1987 after a routine blood test for her marriage license. She was one of the first women to be diagnosed with HIV in the United States and still be alive and well. In the past 20-plus years, Sherri has worked with and coordinated numerous HIV/AIDS research and advocacy effort. LIVING OUT LOU ...…
 
MARK S. KING is an award winning columnist, author, blogger and AIDS advocate who has been involved in gay causes since the early 1980’s. After graduating the University of Houston, King pursued an acting career in Los Angeles and appeared in dozens of television commercials hawking fast food and soft drinks. During this time he also opened Tel ...…
 
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Esmeralda, 37, forges a successful new path for herself and her children, and manages to find love along the way.By content@thebody.com.
 
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Esmeralda was 25 when her husband died of AIDS, leaving her HIV positive, with one baby and another on the way.By content@thebody.com.
 
"I never expected to be this alive at this point," Gary said to himself on his 60th birthday last year. Diagnosed with HIV in 1992, Gary has survived the tragic loss of his partner, a bout with prostate cancer and a heart condition. In this edition of This Positive Life, Gary talks candidly about his health, his family, the challenges of dating ...…
 
Debbie Hagins, M.D., is a very busy woman: Her HIV/AIDS clinic serves nearly 1,000 people in Georgia. But that doesn't stop her from giving her cell phone number to her patients, and even going to their houses to make sure they take their HIV medications. Because many of her patients are struggling financially, this kind of dedication can make ...…
 
When most people think of the island of Jamaica, they likely think of white-sand beaches, sunny skies and lilting accents. But as poet Kwame Dawes and MAC AIDS Fund Director Nancy Mahon explain in our latest edition of HIV Frontlines, Jamaica has deep underlying problems -- and HIV/AIDS is one of them.…
 
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Bone disease is more common in HIV-positive people than in non-HIVers -- but many people don't even know they have it. In this in-depth interview, two top HIV researchers cover the basics of bone problems in HIVers: what causes them, how to find out whether you have them, and what you can do to keep your bones healthy.…
 
When indigenous New Zealander Marama Pala was diagnosed with HIV, she didn't have the option of telling her loved ones on her own terms. "Because we are such a tight-knit community ... news of my diagnosis spread like wildfire," she explains. In this interview, Marama talks about being an HIV/AIDS activist in her indigenous community -- as well ...…
 
In New York, a new resource may help put an end to the confusion among emergency and general health care providers regarding HIV post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) administration. The resource is a recently developed "widget" -- an easy-to-use, computer-based tool -- that advises health professionals on best practices for giving PEP. In this inter ...…
 
Looking for an expert summary of the latest revisions to the official U.S. HIV treatment guidelines? Check out this exclusive interview with David Wohl, M.D., a prominent HIV physician/researcher and a member of the expert panel responsible for revising the guidelines. In this concise summary with TheBody.com's editorial director, Dr. Wohl walk ...…
 
Looking for an expert summary of the latest revisions to the official U.S. HIV treatment guidelines? Check out this exclusive interview with David Wohl, M.D., a prominent HIV physician/researcher and a member of the expert panel responsible for revising the guidelines. In this concise summary with TheBody.com's editorial director, Dr. Wohl walk ...…
 
Until the mid-1990s in the U.S., packing on a few extra pounds seemed like a good thing: It helped protect a person against the dangers of wasting and HIV's destructive effects on the immune system. But today, for people on potent HIV treatment, those extra pounds may no longer help -- in fact, they may reduce the immune benefits of HIV meds, a ...…
 
The U.S. military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy got Enrique Franco discharged from the Army. It also, oddly, was the reason he found out he was HIV positive. As Franco explains in this moving interview, diagnosis turned his life upside down, but he's now standing tall. "This is my body, this is my life," he says. "I'm not going to stop livin ...…
 
In 1987, Sherri Lewis, who had been the singer in a popular New York City rock band and had appeared on national TV, decided to settle down and get married. But a few months before the wedding, she learned she was HIV positive. She was crushed by the test results. Her fiance, it turned out, was HIV negative. "We were told we couldn't kiss. We w ...…
 
Last fall, newspapers around the world featured headlines about the case of a 42-year-old, HIV-positive man who was living in Berlin. Or, at least, he used to be HIV positive. He also had leukemia -- before a risky stem cell transplant not only treated the leukemia, but also made the man the first (and thus far only) person ever to be cured of ...…
 
Abbott Laboratories: F. Hoffman-La Roche Ltd.: D. Boehringer Ingelheim: D+. If the nine major HIV drug companies were in school, most would probably be in detention, according to a new "report card" issued by the AIDS Treatment Activists Coalition (ATAC). ATAC graded the drug companies in five different categories, including fair pricing and th ...…
 
Justin B. Smith may be one of the most public African Americans living with HIV: He has his own blog and Web site, and he's even on YouTube. And who can blame him? Only 29, he already has an incredible story to tell. Justin admits he used to live "a very dangerous life," but since his diagnosis three years ago, the former heavy drinker and drug ...…
 
"Yes, babies are pretty, but they grow up to have sex ... and to potentially expose themselves to HIV," says HIV advocate Kai Chandler. Part of Chandler's work at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia involves getting preteens and teens tested for HIV, as well as talking to them about some pretty heavy issues -- sexual risk, partner negotiati ...…
 
We had a short break from the panic over swine flu (H1N1). But as this year's flu season approaches in the U.S. and the rest of the Northern Hemisphere, fear appears to be ramping up again. Even many experts are wondering just how bad this winter will be. Have we learned anything new about swine flu since the global outbreak began in April, abo ...…
 
"I can't say that I've fully processed my HIV diagnosis because it has affected me in different ways at different stages of my life," says Sarah, who has been living with HIV her entire life. Growing up in the 1980s in a small, conservative, religious community, Sarah faced all the burdens of being an HIV-positive kid in an ignorant world. In t ...…
 
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Does HIV really exist? And if it does exist, can it cause harm? They're ridiculous questions, of course: If you're reading this, there's a 99.9 percent chance you agree that HIV does exist and it can cause harm. Yet there are a small group of people who remain willfully oblivious to the facts about HIV. They call themselves "AIDS dissidents." W ...…
 
When Jimmy Mack discovered he was HIV positive, it was 1987, and an HIV diagnosis was essentially a death sentence. So instead of going to a doctor for treatment, he dived into a different kind of medicine: cocaine and alcohol. His journey out of addiction was difficult, but Jimmy has now been clean and sober for more than 15 years -- and he's ...…
 
"I have to have an army of people helping me educate," says Vanessa Austin, HIV services outreach coordinator at Harlem Hospital Center in New York City. For Austin, the key to reaching the most people with her HIV advocacy work is training people to become "information warriors" who then spread messages about HIV prevention and testing to thei ...…
 
"I have to have an army of people helping me educate," says Vanessa Austin, HIV services outreach coordinator at Harlem Hospital Center in New York City. For Austin, the key to reaching the most people with her HIV advocacy work is training people to become "information warriors" who then spread messages about HIV prevention and testing to thei ...…
 
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