In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Whether your doc likes it or not, Structured Treatment Interruptions are on the verge.
Single HIVer looking for love but struggling with intimacy issues. Sound familiar? Don’t blame the virus.
Itchin’ to take a drug break? Wanna add to collective STI knowledge? Check out one of these clinical trials.
Thoughts of living forever once came naturally to me.
What we need from Strub and others is international solidarity, not trans-Atlantic shrieks of despair.
He’s called the thai elián. Phanupong Khaisri, age 3, is a super-cutie rescued from the jaws of death.
Islamic delegates threatened a walkout at the United Nation’s historic three-day world assembly on AIDS.
I sometimes have sex with other guys,” say two new poster dudes for a Bronx-based gay hotline.
Did the Supreme Court blow smoke about medical marijuana?
Pop of Patient Pot
Wherever Felix goes, the sun shines.
Dancers’ careers are notoriously brief and catch as catch can.
Now you can watch full-grown queers act just as deliciously juvenile as the hormonally charged kids on The Real World.
Women earn 78 cents for every buck a man makes, but, hey, girls, you make up for it in…lipo.
Despite its ho-hum title, the new federally funded Guide to the Clinical Care of Women With HIV is the best bet for the bedsides of wise...
The promising new anti-HIV drug tenofovir DF (disoproxil fumarate) is ready for its FDA close-up.
It’s no morning-after pill.
Do “behavior modification” strategies aimed at motivating gay men to reduce their risk of contracting STDs work better than a slogan and.....
A new University of North Carolina study shows that cocktail-taking viral newbies drop to undetectable in two to six months.
Survey shows women in HIV belief in AZT dramatically decreasing mom-to-baby transmission
The FBI suspects that South Dallas Texan AIDS clinic of misspending tens of thousands of federal dollars meant for poor African Americans.
African gold-mine giant TauTona announced free HAART to worker with AIDS, paid by parent Anglo American PLC.
Been under a rock? POZ recaps the auspicious anniversary of AIDS
Bush’s new gay AIDS head is out of sight, out of mind. Doug Ireland asks, Czar No. 4, where are you?
The planet’s positive poor are AIDS Inc.’s next boom market. Emily Carter intercepts an internal affair.
Is plastic a positive girl’s best friend? River Huston discovers the wonders (and woes) of retail therapy.
The punk rocker-turned-writer has a debut novel, Tramps Like Us, and a new clutter-free life.