In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
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Memory and activism in the art of Eric Rhein
Music and action in the poetry of Mary Bowman
An exclusive look at the upcoming ’Art AIDS America’ traveling exhibition
The partnership between the arts and the fight against the virus is far from dead.
Is criminalizing HIV ever a good idea? That’s the question Benjamin Ryan posed in the POZ magazine feature “Burden of Proof.”
Photographer and activist Duane Cramer aims to help reduce stigma and increase healing through his art.
HIV-related memoirs explore the bond between gay sons and strong mothers.
Keith Haring’s work remains of continued relevance and (we hope) it continues to bring enlightenment to all audiences.
Project Lazarus offers housing and wellness in New Orleans.
Design your own condoms!
Larry Kramer’s making another comeback.
GLAAD and GMHC enlisted actor Alan Cumming to get the word out about the FDA gay blood donor policy via a “Celibacy Challenge” campaign.
Red Flamboyant is Don Nguyen’s play about “female warriors in AIDS-stricken Vietnam.”
This is an edited excerpt from an opinion piece titled “Art & AIDS: Amor y Pasión.”
People living with HIV apparently have worse hearing than those who are HIV negative.
Risk may greatly reduced through antiretroviral treatment and proper attention to other risk factors for cardiovascular disease.
People who start HIV treatment within a year of contracting the virus appear to have a better chance of refurbishing their immune systems.
In December, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved AbbVie’s interferon-free hepatitis C virus regimen Viekira Pak to treat people..
Byproducts from bacteria that flourish as a result of gum disease can wake up resting HIV-infected cells.
Targeting “hot zones” is apparently a much more effective way to roll out the use of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) to prevent HIV.
Pharmaceutical companies Janssen and Gilead Sciences have been working together to develop new single-tablet regimens (STRs) to treat HIV.
It’s possible to prime the immune system to kill the HIV-infected reservoir CD4 cells that frustrate cure attempts.
HIV hits the American South especially hard, according to an analysis of data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Kyle’s viral load was undetectable. He was the healthiest person I knew. I never imagined meningitis would kill him.
In NYC, people are often illegally stopped, frisked, and arrested on suspicion of prostitution charges for merely possessing condoms.
Originally featured in the bathrooms of gay bars, the prevention campaign, “I Love My Boo” was re-launched on December 15, 2014.
The safety and peace of mind provided by my relationship with my pharmacist made living with a long-term, chronic illness so much easier.
Taking care of your overall health and well-being is just as important as taking your HIV meds.
As director of operations at the World AIDS Museum and Educational Center, Ed Sparan gives tours of the facilities.