January #109 : Briefs - by Staff

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Table of Contents

The English Patients

A Bitter Pill

2004 Fight for Our Lives

Strange Days Indeed

The Justice League

In Memoriam

Coming Up for Air

California, Here I Cum

Pegged!

Pos & Neg

Story Lady

New Year's Revelations

New Year's Resolutions 2005!

Briefs

Flesh It Out

Warning Sign

Ensure Thing

Lipo-Smacking Activism

A Shot in the Dark: The Flu-Vax Scandal and Tips

Just

Founder's Letter

Mailbox



Most Popular Lessons

The HIV Life Cycle

Shingles

Herpes Simplex Virus

Syphilis & Neurosyphilis

Treatments for Opportunistic Infections (OIs)

What is AIDS & HIV?

Hepatitis & HIV


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January 2005

Briefs

by Staff

A first? Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore now has a clinic to treat lipo. For appoi

A first? Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore now has a clinic to treat lipo. For appointments: 410.955.6414.

Women infected or affected by HIV can talk it over in a new e-mail discussion group at women_voices@yahoo.com.

What product, item or remedy makes your HIV life easier—or more comfortable? Tell us about it at comfortzone@poz.com.

Flu-fighting foods include fatty fish and shellfish (full of zinc) and black or green tea. Getting enough sleep is crucial, too.




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