Aundaray Guess makes his case for starting treatment.
A new study on acupuncture for relief of chronic knee pain due to osteoarthritis.
Deborah Birx, the U.S. global AIDS coordinator, on PEPFAR in 2015.
Pure Tone Averages
HIV may be linked to hearing loss.
Kelsey Louie argues it's time to bring HIV prevention drugs out of the closet.
HIV actually appears to have strengthened, at least in Europe.
Rae Lewis-Thornton reflects on her HIV/AIDS cover story 20 years later.
"I'm Pregnant ... With HIV"
Jonathan Groff acts out AIDS panic on HBO's Looking.
Success or Underreporting?
Only one case of occupational HIV acquisition confirmed by CDC since 1999.
"We Love You"
Matt Bomer wins Golden Globe for HBO drama The Normal Heart.
A mantra for "Truvada whores" from Golden Globes host Amy Poehler.
The CDC dives into the great American circumcision debate.
Fictions and Struggles
Expanding our visual and political cultures by studying global AIDS-related art.
Coming of age in the midst of the epidemic and the need for mentorship.
A fellow activist gets a major activist crush on Charles King, the CEO of Housing Works.
My Gonorrhea Nostalgia
Mark S. King first got "The Clap" in 1981 when disco was still thumping.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention vastly expands related guidelines.
Has your sex life changed since you became HIV positive?
Ask POZ: Insurance
"Pros and cons of only covering older versions of meds?"
Peer counselors living with HIV share their stories.
Behind the Poetry
Living with HIV since birth, Mary Bowman takes center stage.