In every issue of POZ, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Gay America’s most controversial British import has deeply rooted convictions about God and country. His fears run pretty deep, too.
A minister warns: True compassion can’t always be found behind that understanding smile
Pricey AIDS drugs + fraying safety nets = threats to PWA survival.
Broadway’s Byron Nease takes it on the road
Boston’s Belynda Dunn sails to salvation
Gerald Busby’s evangelical composition
Linda Loughin finds life after death
When a nice Catholic boy goes Buddhist, fear of death turns to celebration
Shana Humphrey gets to the core of HIV
Truth comes out at the AIDS family picnic
Zen and the art of conveyor-belt maintenance
Is long-distance prayer an honest-to-God AIDS treatment?
No public accommodation can discriminate against PWAs
Love comes in the most unexpected places
You can stare into the face of death without blinking or breaking
The half uncle of painter Hugh Steers applauds a life, and an art, well done.
The soul: What’s a nice kid like you doing in a joint like this?
A conversation with Dr. Robert Jay Lifton
On the incompatibilty of spirituality and AIDS activism
Although Louganis’ health status plays a relatively minor role in the script, the issue took on massive weight for Hollywood suits.
Eat yours out, Tom Cruise -- Sharon Stone just rescued Larry Kramer’s baby
A guide to options for obtaining AIDS drugs
AIDS researchers prescribe their favorite Rx for nutritious, satisfying one-bowl meals
Better self-care -- psychological and physical -- might extend your life
More than just a diet, macrobiotics is a flexible life philosophy
Simple remedies for neuropathy
Bach remedies are music to the soul
Some of the national religious communities responding
Sean Strub scores well on his liver and kidney function tests
Carie Ford-Broecker’s guided tour to the cure