In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
After four years of revealing the intimate details of her life in the pages of this magazine, POZ’s “Anonymous” columnist disclose...
Despite the death of her daughter, HIV positive Christine Maggiore stands by her views.
The SMART study stopped enlisting for its drug-holiday arm after too many people got sick. Is this the end of treatment interruptions?
And not a second too soon for those with HIV
Ten tips to help positive smokers quit
Patients help a positive doc treat himself better
Our POZ comparison shoppers test six frozen dinners for nutrition—and flavor.
Some HIV meds must be taken with a meal or a snack; others lack food restrictions, but popping them with a nibble can help cut down on...
New study shows that condoms can weaken the herpes-HIV transmission connection
I pay attention to the little things and keep the romance flowing.
A daring website makes prevention sexy and fun again
Can the State Department discriminate?
The hotly debated notion of “intelligent design” contends that nature is so complex, a higher being (read: God) must have masterminded it.
Can an electronic greeting card ease the drama of face-to-face HIV disclosure?
A Mexican standoff over sex workers and HIV
Poet Tory Dent’s Final Howl
Reading a Rapid Test Misfire
For Shari Margolese, spring cleaning becomes a battle of the sexes
AIDS diva Michael Petrelis and Sen. Tom Coburn—together at last
A Crime Novelist Shares the Facts Behind His Fiction and Discloses the Secrets of His Most Intimate Mystery
Well, I finally did it.
Your story on beating seasonal depression (“Melting Winter Blues,” December 2005) speaks to a timely issue.