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Once having HIV dashed hopes of motherhood--giving your baby the virus or leaving her an orphan was unthinkable.
The Great White Hope: defusing fact and fiction
Daddy’s fishies hit the spin cycle
How it’s possible, HIV-style
In 1997, Visual AIDS added a subtle set of parentheses to Day With(out) Art.
China backs down to a global backlash, freeing “disappeared” AIDS activist Wan Yanhai.
Sick of hearing about AIDS in Africa? Relax, here comes the next wave?
The World Bank recently showed tough love concerning Zambia’s ambitious new AIDS policies.
A website devoted to discouraging new federal dollars for abstinence-only education is the latest to feel the Republican chill.
David Ho’s big-news “breakthrough” sparks a research-rivals smackdown
The focus on lipo’s emotional toll may prod insurers to pay up
Add blubber to the list of HIV’s hiding places.
Had HIV for more than a few months before starting HAART?
From pill talk to pillow talk, Atlanta’s Pos Hetero Summit was serious fun
The planet is low on latex.
Free or not, why an “Anonymous” for HIVers, who can’t exactly “quit” a virus?
Catherine Hanssens departed Lambda Legal Defense in September after eight years as AIDS Project director.
Curl up with these strippers, hippies and divas to catch the latest viral-video wave
When Lindsey Alexander of Dubuque, Iowa, was 7, she learned that her father was HIV positive.
They didn’t exactly sit on our lap, but these friends of POZ happily whispered in our ear:
Before you inhale those latkes or down that eggnog, give a gift that boosts the budgets of AID
I renewed my driver’s license in Rhode Island in 1991 when I was 20 years old.
I do not agree that parents should be forced by courts to put their children on HAART [“Parent Trap,” September 2002].
How Do I Look?
Krandall Kraus’ Christmas Poems (AttaGirl Press, $17.95) is perfect for the aspiring writer in your life—all the better if that’s you.
Where there’s syphilis, there’s HIV.
U.S. teens have gone from haste to chaste over the past decade, giving up the grand slam for less-contact sports, according to a CDC study.
Back on the first season of Sex and the City, good girl Charlotte confided in her gal pals that her new boyfriend wanted anal sex.
Here in THE LAND of milk and honey, the rate of HIV transmission from moms to babes has dropped to u
“Many victims of sexual harassment believe what is said about them, and they become very promiscuous.”
River Huston didn’t care much for money until she had some, and she wasn’t afraid of dying until she had a future to lose.
What issue packs the community center? Facial wasting. Joe Westmoreland reports.
Kansas City star Jane Fowler lights 67 birthday candles and a flame under fellow graying HIVers
In a John’s Hopkins study of 15-30-year-old IV drug users who tested positive for hepatitis C, fewer than one-fifth quit sharing needles...