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POZ December 1995-January 1996

POZ December 1995-January 1996

In every issue of POZ, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.

Feature

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Baseball, Hotdogs, Apple Pie and HIV

Talking with Henry Nicols you wonder: When does a normal young man in extraordinary circumstances become an extraordinary young man?

Inside the Issue

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Network News

It's 1995: Do you know what your modem is? A direct line to AIDS news—and chitchat

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1995 POZ Honors

POZ honors the sublime, the ridiculous, the dangerous and the heroic moments of the past year. Gone, regrettably, does not mean forgotten.

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1995 POZ Honors: It's An Ad World

Sorry Mr. Duke, they only come in black

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1995 POZ Honors: Role Models

It's like Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid remade as a spaghetti Western

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1995 POZ Honors: Pope Innocent He's Not

You say beatification, we say beautification

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1995 POZ Honors: Arts

Congress should stop shooting down the arts—and aim for the critics instead

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1995 POZ Honors: Foreign Affairs

Not one to be left behind, Newt has asked his mom to pen an American version

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1995 POZ Honors: Hollywood

At least schmooze is better than booze

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1995 POZ Honors: Law

Selling liquor on Sundays, however, would remain unjustifiable

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1995 POZ Honors: Media

We already knew O.J. was squeezed from a fruit

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1995 POZ Honors: Movies

And then he tugged down his jacket and said "make it so"

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1995 POZ Honors: Politics

You win some, you lose some

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1995 POZ Honors: Research

Decisions, decisions

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1995 POZ Honors: Eating Your Young

"The AIDS-activist community is really in a pathetic state," said Peter Staley.

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Hollywood Shuffles AIDS

Tinsel Town's script about AIDS is good, but the picture's not always pretty

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The Newest AIDS Treatment Is Not a Drug

Mind/body medicine is on the brink of a major leap forward—if funding doesn't dry up first

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Banned in the U.S.A.

April Fool's Day is Bryce Courtenay's book about his son Damon and his experience with AIDS in Australia.

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Mind Over Health Matters

Carie Ford-Broecker thinks positively to become negative

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Party Planner

Gregory Hinton brings a new AIDS film to the screen

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Industrial Strength

Michael Kearns may never eat lunch in Hollywood again, so hold that highchair

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Prosper, and Live Long

The difference between a list of behaviors and a list of common psychological characteristics is the title you put on it.

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Worse Things He Could Do

Greg Louganis breaks into acting

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Get Bothered

The Red Hot Organization spins again

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Health Insured?

The ADA offers new hope of preserving coverage

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See Span

Can oral ganciclovir prevent vision loss?

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S.O.S.

Clinton didn't inhale, but some of us need to

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Rhymes and Reason, Too

Spearhead takes the rap about safer sex into the black community

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X-ray Visions

Is that spot on Kiki's lung just a misplaced Percodan?

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A Little Personal Attention

Single, ambisexual sex columnist seeks adventure

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Symptoms? Persist!

Fever, fatigue, diarrhea and nausea are not "just AIDS"

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Butter's Not All Bad

Dr. Bernard Bihari takes a look at Sean O. Strub's cholesterol levels

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Pas de Deux

Dancer Arturo Fernandez lives step by step with HIV

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C'mon and Celebrate

Party girl Margaret Cho goes willingly into scary territory

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