In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
People over 50 have long accounted for at least 10% of new HIV infections. In the Viagra era, do we have a golden opportunity to talk seniors...
Polarizing ACT UP co-founder Larry Kramer faces a new generation of activists. Can he teach them a thing or two?
Two positive men, William Woodworth and Rodger Brooks, swap stories on aging with HIV—and give the younger set a piece of their mind.
Forgot where you parked? Your mother’s maiden name? Relax: You probably aren’t on the road to dementia.
A vaccine against cancer-causing strains of HPV is approved only for young women. Some HIV positive men are shelling out for it anyway.
A new combo therapy—for cholesterol, too.
Oncogenic (än•ko•je•nik) adj. Hardly photogenic, it means “causing tumors.”
This vacation season, bid farewell to hidden HIV travel costs.
If humor heals, why aren’t positive people laughing at HIV yet?
A dreamy first date with New York’s Gay Men’s Health Crisis turns into a lifelong affair.
A mysterious blogger says he lures his many partners to ditch condoms. Is he for real? And does it matter?
Why South Carolinians are literally dying to get HIV meds
Baghdad boots positive foreigners
Will the new Congress do right by Ryan White?
Mapping Bush’s change to the immigration ban
ACT UP New York, which helped invent AIDS activism, turns 20.
Memphis hairstylists trim away stigma
“Black America, we have a problem.”
Julian Aynsley’s treatment dilemma: a higher CD4 count makes his skin crawl
As Scott Daly’s son ships off to Iraq, war’s gaunt face seems terribly familiar.
I really loved December’s feature “35 Ones to Watch.”
Does “sexcwes79” mean that you are sexy? Not necessarily, but I’d sure like to think so.