In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
80s pop star Paul "Boom Boom" Lekakis goes back to his room for a tell-all about life in -- and out of -- the strobe-lit closet.
The fur flies as Tinseltown's favorite causes lock horns over animal research.
... and with yoga the rest will follow. More than a New Age trend, this time-tested technique can help HIVers cope...
The intimate lens of photographer William Gedney
Yeah, Baby!The November 1999 POZ was the best issue I’ve seen in a while. I guess activism is
WINDHOEK, NAMIBIA, October 30, 1999—Ultrika Alexandrine Uiras looked as nervous as any bride a
Drug companies looking for subjects to enroll in clinical trials just love prisons—they hold p
Five of the nation’s most influential health groups—including the American Medical Assoc
NEGAgouron Pharmaceuticals raised the price of nelfinavir (Viracept) by 4.5 percent in September, le
Abbott Laboratories was under the microscope again in November when the Food and Drug Administration
Lonely, baby? Cyber-cupids are hard at work finding a date for you. Face it—you're your own be
The AIDS beat at The New York Times died quietly in October. Established in 1987 after intense lobby
“‘Dental dams! Did anyone ever use them?’ I said, ‘Walk away from the dental
HAZEL JOHNSON (POZ June 1997)
I hurried into the Manhattan Toy Center ballroom to hear the evening’s featured speaker, Star
I’m en route from LA to Miami, where I will embark on the Center for Positive Connections&rsqu
TRIBUTEROBERT BLANCHON1965-1999It is one of the last days of this warm summer-inside-fall, the light
Doug Ireland turns his eagle eye on Vermont, where a truly unusual Senate candidate weighs in to deserve HIVers' support.
If a lesbian gets infected and no one counts her, does she have HIV? Beth Hastie on the hush around girl-to-girl transmission
An FDA panel surprised advocates by refusing to rubber-stamp adefovir, Gilead's new anti-HIV drug. Dave Gilden sees this first-ever rebuff as...
Valentine's Day giving you the wedding-bell blues? Share a sparkling cider and sobfest with gal pal Emily Carter.
Michael Cunningham's The Hours proved an AIDS novel can be great art. Joy Episalla spends an afternoon with her old pal in his post-Pulitzer p...
Nelson Figueroa is a fighter: No crippling myelopathy is going to cramp his style.
Another bump has arisen on the HAART road to PWA recovery. First there was the flood of reports of p
Often misdiagnosed and always unnerving, myelopathy may soon have knockout treatments
Mom Marlene's megadose of TLC helps Margaretha DeJesus stay healthy
This cold keeps the hottest bod Down Under
On HAART, your CD4s have ballooned. Is it time to bail on your prophylactic drugs? The feds weigh in with updated guidelines.
I can’t live without my lip salves. Ever since my doctor told me not to use just one kind beca
Could popping a few vitamins reduce the miserable side effects of the standard therapy for hepatitis
Sexually Transmitted Diseases: A Physician Tells You What You Need to Knowby Lisa Marr, MD (Johns Ho
This thing you’re looking at? It’s the virus that causes AIDS.In a hushed auditorium at