In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
If the sight of twinkling holiday lights causes fear instead of cheer, you’re not alone. Countless people with HIV suffer from seasonal...
How one cowboy fled Katrina’s fury and found generosity, support and a new home
Do lower viral loads mean lower risk For HIV?
When the flu enters your body, infection-fighting immune cells (your body’s frontline soldiers) are activated to battle the invader.
2005 gave boosts to folks with HIV
Surviving a holiday trip to the ER
The benefits of fish and olive oil keep flowing
How folks manage their cash during the holidays
What is now celebrated as New Year’s Eve was once a night of mourning for the dying year.
There’s more than one way to rate the strength of your immune system.
Fatigue—in your body or in your exercise routine—can be worked out.
Bringing home the holiday bacon on disability
Give these—and get some
With HIV “under control,” Joe Westmoreland finds an ailment that makes him feel good.
Remembering a POZ columnist, editor and friend
Around the world in AIDS-y days
A seventh-grade field trip forces a showdown between Shari Margolese and her positive son.
The two-woman play In the Continuum, running at New York City’s Primary Stages from November 18, 2005 to February 11, 2006, maps with...
How one Floridian went from bumming to humming
Exclusive: How waves of relief from the AIDS community kept Katrina evacuees with HIV afloat
Oscar nominee tours South Africa
Daytime soaps adopt HIV sagas
Russ Coon, diagnosed in July, asks a married duo whether it’s possible to keep commitment sexy—and safe.
There are over 100,000 patients in the U.S. successfully using medical cannabis in compliance with state laws.
A Man of his Word