Endemic violence, patriarchal control and the Catholic Church’s fierce opposition to sex education have left young girls in Guatemala vulnerable to rape and early pregnancy, advocates assert. Last year, 5,100 girls under 15 became pregnant in Guatemala. Between 2010 and…

America should address gun deaths as a public health crisis, Nicholas Kristof persuasively argues in his New York Times column.

In war-torn Goma, Congo, orthopedic surgeon Kasereka “Jo” Lusi performs much-needed operations—and fights for the rights of the women he’s helping.

A new series of JAIDS articles demonstrate an immediate need for comprehensive action to address HIV among key populations throughout West and Central Africa (WCA). The Numbers: Understanding HIV in WCA is limited to data from a few cities in a region that covers 24…