09: Sex When Living with HIV

Food to Eat Before Sex to Boost Your Sex Drive

By: Louis Catania, Patient Navigator, Division of Infectious Disease and medically reviewed by Ann Avery, Infectious Disease Physician at Metrohealth Medical Center Which is more important: food or sex? If we’re being real, it’s a […]

19: Key Health Partners

Positive Peers Receives $5.7 Million NIH Grant

Positive Peers has been granted $5.7 million over five years by the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, a part of the National Institutes of Health. The funding aims to assess the efficacy […]

02: Everyday Advice for Living with HIV, 11: Healthy Habits, 12: Mental health

Saying No: The Importance of Setting Boundaries

By: Jennifer McMillen Smith, MSSA, LISW-S, Division of Infectious Disease and medically reviewed by Ann Avery, Infectious Disease Physician at Metrohealth Medical Center Having healthy boundaries is important for everything we do. It’s also suuuuuuper […]

02: Everyday Advice for Living with HIV, 11: Healthy Habits, Uncategorized

Tackling Food Insecurity in a Healthy Way

By: Louis Catania, Patient Navigator, Division of Infectious Disease and medically reviewed by Ann Avery, Infectious Disease Physician at Metrohealth Medical Center Everyone deserves access to food, especially when they’re struggling. 💗 Luckily, help is […]

09: Sex When Living with HIV

Are Polycules Safe?

By: Louis Catania, Patient Navigator, Division of Infectious Disease and medically reviewed by Ann Avery, Infectious Disease Physician at Metrohealth Medical Center Did you know one in nine Americans has been in a polyamorous relationship? […]

09: Sex When Living with HIV

Sex Facts You (Probably) Didn't Know

By: Louis Catania, Patient Navigator, Division of Infectious Disease and medically reviewed by Ann Avery, Infectious Disease Physician at Metrohealth Medical Center We’ve scoured the web for sex facts that will shock, surprise, and even […]

02: Everyday Advice for Living with HIV, 13: Dealing with Addiction & HIV

HIV and Alcohol: What are the Risks?

By: Jennifer McMillen Smith, MSSA, LISW-S, Division of Infectious Disease and medically reviewed by Ann Avery, Infectious Disease Physician at Metrohealth Medical Center If you enjoy a 🍸 drink at the end of a long […]

08: Peer Support, 21. About Positive Peers

HIV Privacy and Positive Peers

  By: Jennifer McMillen Smith, MSSA, LISW-S, Division of Infectious Disease and medically reviewed by Ann Avery, Infectious Disease Physician at Metrohealth Medical Center HIV privacy was one of the biggest issues we kept in […]

21. About Positive Peers

Today we embark on the next chapter of Positive Peers.

  By: Ann Avery, MD, Infectious Disease Physician at MetroHealth Medical Center From its beginning in 2015, our vision for Positive Peers has always been to make it easier for Young People Living with HIV […]

09: Sex When Living with HIV

What is outercourse?

By: Louis Catania, Patient Navigator, Division of Infectious Disease and medically reviewed by Ann Avery, Infectious Disease Physician at Metrohealth Medical Center What is outercourse and does it protect me from HIV? Dry humping, pants […]