October 1, 2006 -
Tim Murphy -
October 2006 Feet First by Tim Murphy The pins and needles of neuropathy have a toehold on positive people. But new therapies may finally start to untangle the tingles Edwin Perez could be the poster boy for HIV as a ?manageable? disease. He looks terrific, and his virus is under control ...
June 1, 1996 -
David Thomas -
June / July 1996 On Pins and Needles by David Thomas Acupuncture may be ancient, but it offers thoroughly modern benefits For a treatment going back two millennia, acupuncture has gotten a lot of attention in recent years -- much of it from the HIV community: Several scientific reports about this treatment's ...
November 2, 2007 -
November 2, 2007 Early Treatment Reduces Risk of Three Common Complications Does starting HIV treatment early increase the risk of complications like peripheral neuropathy, anemia and kidney problems? On the contrary, say new data from the HIV Outpatient Study (HOPS) to be reported in an upcoming issue of the Journal of ...
October 8, 2010 -
The POZ Staff -
By Laura Whitehorn (Senior Editor, POZ) I've been involved in the world of HIV since the early days of the epidemic, and for the past eight years or so, I've edited the treatment pages of POZ. The combination--knowing friends who are long-term survivors, and having an interest ...
February 27, 2012 -
Reed Vreeland -
March 2012 Legalize It by Reed Vreeland For decades, marijuana has been legally and illegally smoked, ingested and vaporized to treat the symptoms and side effects of HIV/AIDS and its treatment. Cannabis has been shown to allay severe symptoms of nausea, weight loss, pain and neuropathy. Many people find it ...
January 1, 2010 -
Laura Whitehorn -
January / February 2010 Green Goddess by Laura Whitehorn Mother Nature creates compounds that might end up in new HIV therapies. We have our sights on these four: Chasing HIV around the black walnut tree In October, we told you to bone up on the terms HIV sanctuary and HIV reservoir because ...
August 1, 1997 -
Scott Williams -
August 1997 Out Out Damned Spot by Scott Williams The social stigma and health risks of KS are giving way to a treatment revolution Last year a horrific tale circulated after New York City's Black Party, one of the requisite stops on the national gay party circuit. A man with ...
February 1, 2000 -
Stacie Stukin -
February 2000 Free Your Mind by Stacie Stukin ... and with yoga the rest will follow. More than a New Age trend, this time-tested technique can help HIVers cope with pain, relieve stress and boost overall health. Kevin Kelly has been practicing yoga off and on for nearly 15 years. But ...
August 16, 2006 -
Tim Horn -
August 16, 2006 IAC: Nutritional Boost CD4 Counts by Tim Horn August 16, 2006 (AIDSmeds)?Longtime nutrition advocate Jon Kaiser, MD, and his colleagues presented data at the XVI International AIDS Conference regarding the effects of micronutrient supplementation on CD4 cell counts (T cell counts). The encouraging results come from a ...
October 1, 2004 -
Hilary Beard -
October 2004 Their Patients, Their People by Hilary Beard More than half of all new HIVers are African American, but only a handful of top HIV docs are black. Now these MDs are uniting to stand up for their patients-and themselves I was overwhelmed, says Edith Lang, 44, of Dallas ...