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POZ December 2005

POZ December 2005

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

Features

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On the Cover-Juliano Innocenti

I associate peace with war and conflict. HIV made me realize it's more complex. 

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Melting the Winter Blues

If the sight of twinkling holiday lights causes fear instead of cheer, you're not alone. Countless people with hiv suffer from seasonal depr...

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Higher Ground

How one cowboy fled Katrina's fury and found generosity, support and a new home

Living

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Sex in the Age of Meds

Do lower viral loads mean lower risk For HIV?

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WHY...December 2005

When the flu enters your body, infection-fighting immune cells (your body’s frontline soldiers) are activated to battle the invader.

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Steps to the Future

2005 gave boosts to folks with HIV

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The Fright Before Xmas

Surviving a holiday trip to the ER

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Striking Oil

The benefits of fish and olive oil keep flowing

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A Gift to Yourself

How folks manage their cash during the holidays

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A New Year Bathed in Promise

What is now celebrated as New Year’s Eve was once a night of mourningfor the dying year. Today

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Weighing CD4 Counts

There's more than one way to rate the strength of your immune system

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Trainer's Bench - December 2005

Fatigue—in your body or in your exercise routine—can be worked out

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The Legal Eye - December 2005

Bringing home the holiday bacon on disability

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Sexy Holiday Toys

Give these—and get some

Talking

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Footloose

With HIV “under control,” Joe Westmoreland finds an ailment that makes him feel good

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LeRoy Whitfield 1969-2005

Remembering a POZ columnist, editor and friend

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Earthwatch - December 2005

Around the world in AIDS-y days

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Tripped Up

A seventh-grade field trip forces a showdown between Shari Margolese and her positive son

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Buzz - December 2005

The two-woman play In the Continuum, running at New York City’s Primary Stages from November 1

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Out of the Blues

How one Floridian went from bumming to humming

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A Lifeline for All

Exclusive: How waves of relief from the AIDS community kept Katrina evacuees with HIV afloat 

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Yesterday's News

Oscar nominee tours South Africa

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As the Virus Turns

Daytime soaps adopt HIV sagas

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Mentors - December 2005

Russ Coon, diagnosed in July, asks a married duo whether it's possible to keep  commitment sexy—and safe

etc.

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Mailbox - December 2005

MARCH MADNESSI agree with Charles King, organizer of the Campaign to End AIDS (C2EA) and a founder o

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Editor's Letter - December 2005

A Man of his Word

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