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Blame it one the record economy, millennial fever or the stars, but a moment of spiritual chic is upon us.
Her renegade coverage had the AIDS world screaming bloody murder.
Former Congress member Ron Dellums (D-Calif.) was nominated to head the President Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS.
Since his July 1997 POZ cover story, HIV positive former boxer Tommy Morrison has been in and out of jail.
Amid a flurry of Y2K-inspired rumors of an engagement to Michael Jackson, amfAR’s founding chair, Elizabeth Taylor, was awarded the honorary t...
Through a balmy December and a bitter January, this ad from New York City’s Positive Health Project ran in 2,000 of the Big Apple’s public bus...
Given that POZ is a multicultural magazine, your portrayal of employment bliss for HIVers was disappointing.
With the nation’s blood supply at critical lows the last thing you’d expect at a blood drive is a velvet rope.
Ana Oliveira brought her rep in the Latina and lesbian communities to GMHC. The executive director chats with POZ.
The nation’s highest court kicked off the New Year with two rulings that limit the rights of HIVers.
Researchers found that coupons helped sell condoms in British Columbia, Canada drugstores.
(POZ August 1998)
They all look alike at first glance—big, flashy websites with more bells and whistles than you could ever bookmark.
Top website picks from our net-savvy staffers.
They switched meds on me recently. And since one causes insomnia, I take sleeping pills.
POZ asked 16-year-old HIVer Justin LiGreci to submit a journal entry detailing first period to eighth period in his New York high school.
Spend a night with John Sharpshandler, and you’ll see why he’s the Martha Stewart of needle exchange.
Twenty-four years ago, Dick literally walked through a door and into the wacky world of San Francisco politics.
At the United Nations, Al Gore scores a PR winner with his walk-on commitment to the global AIDS crisis. According to Doug Ireland, the vice p...
Meds made a mess of his intestines. Now, with this Diarrhea Diary, former slave to the porcelain Stephen Gendin shares his dirty laundry.
There’s a fortune in them there alternative therapies, and the market is as unregulated as the wild West. What’s a consumer to do?
“HIV is not the sole cause of AIDS” is an idea whose time has come and gone and come again.
Former HEAL members who believed that HIV is harmless learn that they were wrong—the hard way.
Laying on of hands,“ focused intention” and other spiritual techniques are getting scientific support. Believe it or not.
I’m a daily user of complementary therapies for HIV—everything from vitamins to magical sachets—and a dyed-in-the-wool downers devotee.
Mom’s advice to “take your vitamins” goes double for HIVers who want to feel better and live longer?
Women with the double whammy of HIV and recurrent genital herpes have been known to roll their eyes when advised to avoid stress.
New studies are fine-tuning our knowledge of HAART side effects.
Some sources are treasure-troves, others sound like snake-oil salesmen. Our red-ribbon panel lists its faves.
The plop and fizz for Caesar-sized heartburn By Greg Lugliani
In Haiti, san sal (“dirty blood”) is a mortal insult: It means your bad deeds are the inevitable result of your bad blood.