In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
It's rag time, and our gossip maven takes to her bed -- and therein, loves, lies the dirt
Conquering AIDS will be a priority in the Bush White House
Gay Shocker: "What a shame"
If you'd predicted a year ago that the HIV dissidents would provide 2000's lead story, we would have laughed you right back into your K-hole.
FDA to Activists: Be careful what you wish for
So it was the year of the Latino, right? If you're a bilingual pop star, you grabbed Grammys and platinum record sales.
Exposed Sero-Negatives may hold key to cure, but the CDC and activists pooh-pooh Dada data.
Treatment for TB she never had killed HIVer
South Africa President Thabo Mbeki's bizarre position on HIV not causing AIDS has two sources -- one legitimate, the other not.
Treatment activists make HIVers mad
Is Patient Empowerment Too Intoxicating?
The TRUE denialists are the gay movement and its major players who have become indifferent to the epidemic raging outside their narrow vision.
The success of HAART must rank as the year's deepest denial as the activist crazies whine on, shamelessly and mindlessly, about drug failure.
With barebacking all the rage and HIV on the rise, the boys of West Hollywood babble on about whether or not to get gay bars to serve up the l...
From painkillers to medical marijuana, HIV meds can pose a tough challenge for people in recovery.
From virus-carrying mosquitoes to government biological warfare, the community is clamoring with theories about why blacks are hit hardest b...
Just The FX, Ma’amThanks for the Side FX issue (September 2000). Since I just started cocktail
It’s such a hard blow to lose someone you love,” says dancer Bryan Haynes (right), who t
M ore than 150 world leaders descended on New York City in September for the United Nations’ M
Never underestimate the power of a few e-mails—or the pre-programmed conservatism of many tele
“Go away! I cannot take this rubbish any longer.”—South African radio host John Ro
The four screenwriters sit in a circle, flanked by producer and director, debating which lines of di
In the end-of-year MIX: Positoid columnist Shawn Decker (with partner Gwenn Barringer) represents th
Living with HIV is hard, but you can still live a sweet existence,” says Joseph C. Wilson, HIV
It’s raining heavily tonight, but that hasn’t dampened the spirits of the five men (and
The day is hot, and the pathetic, ancient air conditioner in the clinic waiting room is not up to th
Controversy: Name GamesEven bend-over-backward-with-tolerance San Fransciscans snap sometimes. An al
Laura Whitehorn dials up John Morgan Wilson, who takes a noir look at the HIV blues in his latest Benjamin Justice mystery.
After escaping the grim reaper, River Huston lets the rage fall and the forgiveness flow. Our lady of the flowers asks, Why kick the pricks wh...
Elected officials rarely walk the walk when it comes to AIDS. Doug Ireland had to jump the pond and cross the equator to find two who do—...
If you're livid with lactose, Nursie'll wean ya.
After dealing with HIV for 15 years, I am only too well acquainted with aches and pains. You learn t
Many an HIVer has struggled with cocaine addiction, and a new study offers pointed backing for one d
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The newest PRODUCT on the PI shelf arrived in September, when the FDA approved another much-needed treatment option for HIVers.
For a burglar trying to break into your house, the presence of many doors and windows boosts the cha
For sober HIVers with problem meds like pot, here's the dope.