In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
As far as pop-star AIDS activism goes, Erasure frontman Andy Bell is no Bono.
On my back-to-work plans! My health benefits! My disability provider! Forget meds--these are the issues that can drive HIVers mad.
Meet the four Bible-thumpers setting second-term U.S. AIDS policy
Republican Senate Majority Leader-and doctor-Bill Frist flunks HIV
I saw a liposuction doctor about removing my buffalo hump, but he said he did not do the procedure for HIVers.
Prison activist HIVer Judy Ricci, 44, died from a November 30 asthma attack, six months after her release.
With the feds funding false information about condoms, running reliable rubber info is increasingly a political act.
Every Tom, Dick and Harry should meet Shaft, Dick and Stretch.
Did Feds fudge data on an African AIDS study?
More than 125 top HIVers and advocates from around the country (including POZ founder Sean Strub) hit Washington in January to plot a...
Let your AIDS intellect blossom with our spring reading list
Is a new Vaccine our best shot at controlling HIV without meds?
Two companies team up to deliver an HIV regimen of just one pill once daily
Sugar woes can sour treatment plans
You’ve probably heard that complex carbs, such as lentil beans, outrank simple ones like white potatoes, rice and bread.
HIV meds leave my skin so dry and itchy that I’ve been known to claw my legs bloody.
We eavesdrop as one HIVer and his doc fit diabetes into the treatment plan.
Exercise helps prevent or control diabetes by keeping glucose from accumulating in your blood.
Last December, the FDA gave Barr Laboratories approval to sell the U.S.’ first generic HIV med, didanosine delayed-release capsules, the...
...does your doc add small Norvir doses to boost another protease inhibitor (PI)?
According to its website the AIDS Action Council is, “the national voice on AIDS,” and, indeed, it has some claim to that title.
BloYour article on David Randall’s effort to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro sparked my interest because I’m a lifelong climber.
Do the villagers think I’m spreading HIV? Or am I just crazy?
Sometimes you find you’re not the only nice suburban girl with a secret
An HIVer beautifies her flock-body and soul