In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
If this 25th anniversary year of the pandemic has shown us anything, it’s the dire need for new heroes and heroines to ante up the fight.
You walk the walk; now talk the talk with this vital med lingo
HIV meds have been tested mostly on men, leaving positive women to guess how treatment might affect them. Can a new drug study provide answers...
Why, after years of high viral loads, are some long-timers suddenly undetectable?
Don’t let winter weather and dryness run away with your skin
What makes a winning AIDS prevention campaign?
I was awakened before dawn on October 4, 1996—the year that protease inhibitors (PIs) gave new life to many—by a change in Jeff’s breathin...
Paparazzi, don’t preach, she says: I made up my mind, and I’m keeping my African baby. But has she also adopted hot celebrity AIDS trend?
One man’s battle against HIV laws
Have South Africa’s health minister and her deadly non med “prescription” finally run out of refills?
A comic brings HIV ed to the deaf community
If AIDS truly is a manageable disease, why is Julian Aynsley in toxic shock?
This Christmas, will Shari Margolese’s positive son toy with her HIV guilt?
Help On The Way
Thank you for your feature article “The Money Pit” (September 2006), which helps readers keep financially health while living with HIV.
Got any surprises for us? I’m rugged on the outside, but I’m still a quiet and caring man.