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January 2007

 

Labors of Love
by Nicole Joseph
Two HIV positive mothers—Chelsea Gulden, 24, and Diana Ragland, 25—fight to protect their kids, all negative, from the stigma many positive parents face

The Kids Aren't Alright
by Tim Murphy
Amid the heated, fiercely politicized debate between sex ed that teaches condom use versus sex ed that preaches abstinence, young people who have contracted HIV through sex share what they wish they’d learned beforehand

With Honors
by Lucile Scott
An HIV positive schoolteacher instructs his pupils in Safer Sex 101, after grading their math homework

A Little Something on the Side
by Tim Murphy
Can a few milligrams of nutritional supplements send your CD4 count soaring?

Even Combos Get the Blues
by Liz Highleyman
Balancing antidepressants and new HIV meds 

The Load Not Taken
by Gus Cairns
Viral load may not provide the whole lowdown 

HIV Bytes
by Laura Whitehorn
Joining hands on computer keys to paint a group portrait of HIV and treatment

Don't Get Fresh With Me
by David Coop
Veggie surprise: Frozen greens pack more nutrition

Discounted Labels
by Nick Burns
Straight? Gay? Risky behavior is risky behavior

Thai-ing the Knot
by Lucile Scott
Where marriage puts people at high risk for HIV infection

Don't Leave Work Without It
by Nicole Joseph
Can workplace sensitivity training protect positive workers from stigma?

Teen Angel
by Jonathan Kivett

While You Weren't Sleeping

High Definition

Isn't That Special?
by Bob Ickes
The CDC boldly aims to destigmatize HIV—by making screening “normal”

Prison Break
by Lucile Scott
Will a federal bill finally legalize jailhouse condoms?

Anywhere but Here
by Sara Marcus
The global community drives down drug costs—without America’s help

Death and the Maidens
by Kellee Terrell
Uganda’s capital punishment policy

Diplomatic Immunity
by Nicole Joseph
The word on Bush’s new global AIDS guru

Very Adult Education
by Kellee Terrell
They come to this Bronx haven for a hot meal or literacy skills but leave with a PhD in HIV

On the Download
by James Wortman

Face for the Cure
by Nicole Joseph

Tales From the Crib
by River Huston
Will River Huston trade her newfound health and freedom for motherhood?

Big Med on Campus
by Christina Rock
Christina Rock just says no to HIV drugs—and flunks high school adherence

Editor's Letter-January 2007
by Regan Hofmann
Teach Your Children Well

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