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The new 20-minute HIV tests are being trumpeted as prevention’s much-needed magic bullet.
We collected tips from POZ friends for those whose first date will be at least a threesome: you, the potential new honey and a pesky virus..
We asked some cozy couples, “What’s love got to do with it?” -- and how they make LOVE + HIV = 4-EVER.
The Hours may be the best AIDS movie ever. That’s high praise from Michael Musto, who howls when Hollywood does tragic PWAs.
In 1983, a big-deal federal researcher announced he’d discovered the retrovirus that causes AIDS.
AIDS deaths in Cuba have decreased significantly in the past 18 months since the island began producing generic HAART and complementary...
Long ago, in a TV decade far away, PBS aired the granddaddy of all reality shows -- An American Family.
The first time Fran Fahey saw her future husband, he was playing the role of the noble John Proctor in a college production of The Crucible.
Alan Lee Morrison, MD, a leading psychiatrist for Philadelphia’s gay community, died of AIDS August 27, 2002.
Human Rights Watch honored Meena Saraswathi Seshu, who transforms India’s women sex workers into AIDS educators.
HIVer athletes remind the Gay Games of their positive founder’s golden vision
Sticking it to AIDS stigma on World AIDS Day, UNAIDS unveiled its yearlong “Live and Let Live” World AIDS Campaign to make the world a...
Big pharma take the high road after black-market blowback of freebie meds
Sex-ed may be dying in schools, thanks to our abstinence-only prez, but you can still hear the word condom by tuning into quality TV...
Cluttering e-mail inboxes again last fall was an urban hoax stirred up back in 2000: HIV-infected needles attached to the underside of gas..
Congress adjourned in November just as the global AIDS bill, which would have boosted the U.S. contribution to the Global AIDS Fund from...
In a timely turnaround, the globe’s most populous nation hit some HIV highs after decades of denial and a year in the hot seat.
In the first of a series on getting the most from your health benefits, Benjamin Ryan talks up keeping down your med copays.
Makers of sexual lube ended a 15-year controversy in October by agreeing to nix nonoxynol-9 (N-9) on the premise that, when it comes to...
File this under “No Biggie for HIVers but Potential Badda-boom for their Sex Partners.”
Yeast infections are the common cold of vaginal vexations, but in HIV ladies, they can be more frequent and harder to treat.
Low platelet counts from liver disease give my husband, Vinny, nasty nosebleeds.
On the trail of women, meds and side effects with Anne-christine d’Adesky
On a van to Boston, Rob Phelps learns that gay or straight, we’re all on the same ride
It’s not quite a one-horse town, but she still fears “coming out” with her HIV
Congratulations on the excellent article on the president’s AIDS advisory council [“Dangerous Council,” November 2002].
AIDS star since age 8, Hydeia Broadbent knows all about growing up in public. Now she’s 18 and old enough to thrive.