In every issue of POZ, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
The first North Dakotan ever charged with attempted murder by HIV
Country music deejay Hoss Burns gets a wake-up call
For Robert Kingham, everything’s coming up cherries
Like a Hank Williams classic, HIV in Music City
The social stigma and health risks of KS are giving way to a treatment revolution
Questions to ask your researcher and yourself before enrolling
Acidophilus helps quash thrush and diarrhea
Sean Strub is dangerously low in glutathione to quash these cell-damaging molecules
Home remedies for unappetizing taste and smell perversions
Lost in the continuing hype about the wonders of protease combos are the broader treatment needs of PWAs.
Protease-pummeled buyers clubs find new ways to serve PWAs
A bill of rights for clinical trial participants
Read my lips: Make more microbicides, don’t douche and beware demon semen
Survival has its advantages, but what obligations does “new” life bring?
Come listen to a story ’bout a couple named Combs
Buyers clubs offer important resources for obtaining treatments and information about them.
PICK OF THE LITTERSelf-reflection can be a bitter pill to swallow, and for this reason, Life Outside
Nevada’s prostitutes can get licensed, tested and taxed
Illness has an evil twin -- isolation. Make friends with it
April is the coolest month: Forget Ellen...actor Michael Jeter comes out positive
Movie censors fear touching more than mutilation.