Speaka da caffe?

The sheer breadth of variation in cups of coffee now available has brought with it a sometimes bewildering new lingo. Nicholas Barber asks whether it reflects customer choice, sales hype or a certain romance?

Success has made HIV invisible

Dramatic advances in drug development have meant HIV is no longer an automatic death sentence. But infection rates in the UK continue to rise while the disease drops out of the headlines, as Peter Archer reports on World Aids Day

From Ghana to a Peckham high-rise

Empowerment and money-saving community involvement could help stop the spread of HIV, writes Rowenna Davis who visited a scheme in south London

HIV is no longer a death sentence

Early diagnosis of HIV infection and effective treatment can be the difference between life and death, writes Judy Hobson