In every issue of POZ, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Fighting for a dozen causes, Kiyoshi Kuromiya has been a one-man movement for longer than the personal has been political.
Community-based drug studies are full of good intentions. But are they based on good science?
Get ready for Viatical 101.
Sixties activist Peter Brosnan refuses to take “no treatment” for an answer
Sue Saunders sells safer sex by the seashore
It’s Kiki’s first hospital stay -- be warned
A trick proposes, Dominic discloses, then calls the ho thing off
Nothing asphyxiates like red tape.
Lucy Winer was telling an HIV positive friend recently about Positive: Life with HIV, the television series she co-produced.
People with HIV, confidentiality and the courts
Dr. Richard Elion interprets Sean 0. Strub’s nutritional status
Melatonin may be good for a nap, but no one knows if it knocks out HIV
Elinor Burkett’s indictment of alternative therapies is itself bad medicine
A one-act power play
Project Inform’s fact-filled tome won’t collect dust
Forget Clinton’s words at the White House AIDS Conference -- the behind-the-scenes drama is much more telling
Cybernaut Marty Howard still goes to the doctor
Your grandmother was right: Good cooking is good for your health
Alternative treatments for a common problem
Acting early is the key to getting the most from your coverage