In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
HIVers who don’t care about having an undetectable viral load are nuts, right?
To mark Day With(out) Art, POZ asked four positive artists to create works that make us think, feel and remember.
I’m writing this two weeks before the election hoping to hell that John Kerry saves us from George W. Bush’s domestic AIDS policies.
Thank you for exposing readers to the AIDS Treatment Action Coalition [ATAC]—one of the most significant new national HIV organizations.
A must-read exposé of the mischievous biz of greed and corruption
POZ unwraps three families to nurse your holiday spirit with love, laughter and latkes
AIDS took a licking on August 28, when the U.S. Postal Service announced that tennis ace Arthur Ashe would become the first HIVer to net...
Eight years later, a false positive tests negative.
In August, iconic ’70s band Queen—whose frontman, Freddie Mercury died of AIDS in 1991—became the first rockers to sell an album legally...
An LA HIVer’s Saturday-night speed-dating debauchery
Princess Diana’s AIDS legacy continues.
New York City’s Office of School Health cut condom demos from the sex-ed curricula on August 27—without explanation.
One HIVer mom makes tough treatment decisions for two
Can cholesterol-lowering drugs reduce your viral load, too?
Peripheral neuropathy (PN) numbs many an HIVer’s feet, hands or legs, making them tingle and swell, too.
Helping HIVers with mental or emotional issues: Treat creatively, and keep it under one roof.
If you take HIV meds, you’ll want to know how the drugs work—that’s pharmacology. But other pharma lingo can be tough to swallow.
One HIVer survives his tallest challenge yet