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Their discussion reveals that Fernández is more than just one of the prettiest women in the world.
With stunning regularity, news media pronounce AIDS activism dead—or at best on life support.
Su discusión revela que Fernández es mucho más que una de las mujeres más bellas del mundo
Will positive people ever be able to protect sex partners without using condoms? Hope sticks around, despite a gel’s poor showing.
Even if your CD4 count is very low when you’re diagnosed with HIV you can still benefit from taking HIV meds.
Strength training tones your brain and your body. One method is Pilates, a series of stretches and poses. Here’s a starter move.
The experimental HIV drug vicriviroc has stalled in development.
Even the small-size tub of popcorn at many movie theaters can hold between 370 and 670 calories.
Treating herpes does not help prevent HIV transmission.
Swallowing your drugs day in, day out can be tough.
HIV prevention in the house(s)
An online guide to preventing HIV—after exposure
Is it sensible (and sensitive) to hold HIV-positive people solely responsible for stemming new infections?
POZ speaks with the newly crowned Caressa Cameron about her personal connection to the virus and why she uses her platform to fight HIV/AIDS.
On January 4, the United States opened its borders to inbound HIV-positive travelers. POZ spoke with one of the first men to exercise that new...
Last Christmas, Jennifer Morton, POZ’s managing editor, was given HIV by her nephew—in the form of a questionably cute plush toy.
Karter Louis promotes aural advocacy with “SAFESEX.”
Texas law requires pregnant women get screened for (STIs) infections during their first prenatal doctor’s visit and again during their third
Author Courtney Sheinmel imprints her teen readers with messages of sexual safety—and acceptance of people living with HIV.
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Jimmy Choo’s killer stilettos help save the lives of rape survivors in South Africa.
Pretty Is as Pretty Does
The white gay men who started ACT UP screamed for more to be done to save us all, black and white.
A. Toni Young has developed a new way to fight HIV among African Americans in Washington, DC.