Gay and Bisexual Men's Health
- For Your Health - CDC recommends tests and screenings to ensure the health of gay and bisexual men.
- Tobacco Smoking - Learn more about the harmful effects of smoking.
Gay and bisexual men and other men who have sex with men (MSM) represent an incredibly diverse community. Gay and bisexual men have both shared and unique experiences and circumstances that affect their physical health and mental health needs as well as their ability to receive high-quality health services.
- For Your Health
CDC information and recommendations that can help you improve your health
MSM Health Topics
- Stigma and Discrimination
- Learn more about stigma and discrimination that negatively affect the health and well-being of gay, bisexual and other MSM
- Tobacco Smoking
- Learn more about the health effects of smoking and how you can quit
- LGBT Health
- People who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT) are members of every community
- Learn more about HIV/AIDS risk, testing, and prevention efforts for gay and bisexual men
- Viral Hepatitis
- Learn more about Hepatitis A, B, and C among gay and bisexual men
- Substance Abuse
- Helping persons who use drugs, including those living with HIV, to reduce or stop their drug abuse
- Mental Health
- Providing information towards positive mental health for gay, bisexual and other MSM
- Professional Resources
- Guidelines and Recommendations, MMWRs, Fact Sheets, New Media Resources, and National Organizations
Resilience in HIV Affected Communities
Dr. Kevin Fenton, CDC’s Director of the National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention, reflects on the resilience of communities across the United States affected by HIV.
HIV Treatment as Prevention
CDC’s Dr. Kevin Fenton discusses the use of medicine to prevent the transmission of HIV.
Public Health and HIV Prevention Efforts
Dr. Jonathan Mermin, Director of CDC’s Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, talks about the response of public health officials to the HIV epidemic.