In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
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Eric Brun-Sanglard, an HIV positive interior designer, lost his sight 11 years ago. But when he got his own reality TV show...
Is picking sex partners of same HIV status the safe way to condomless pleasure or is it risky self-segregation?
Fat deposits, sunken cheeks: Body-shifting side effects can break your bank and your spirit.
To replace the facial fat that some HIV meds steal, some positive people countenance a permanent fix.
A common infection sneaks up from the rear
Will gender-changing hormones neuter your HIV regimen?
After 24 years of living with HIV, I know that I can’t rely on drugs alone—vital as they are.
If you’ve been on a combo that includes two 150 mg capsules of Reyataz (atazanavir) a day, your next refill may seem a bit skimpy.
A serodiscordant couple asks our sexpert about the guilt that can come from irrational fears of transmission.
Gonorrhea’s most surprising hiding place: your throat
On the dance floor, HIV positive black gay men find spiritual healing through house music.
In the rush to diagnose and treat Americans who don’t know they’re HIV positive, who’ll be stuck with the check?
How to have your candy and eat it too
I fall in love constantly. I’m 25, after all. And a fine black brother. And a poet.
After a positive diagnosis, belly dancing boosts self esteem-—at the gut level.
Should people living with HIV pin all their political and personal hopes on the newly Democratic congressional majority?
A subsidized AIDS housing crisis hits New York and the nation
How to override a global patent
The HIV positive bassist for Styx takes on Top 40 disclosure
Helping AIDS orphans head their households
It’s 8 a.m., and patients shuffle into the Columbia Oral Health Clinic in South Carolina wearing a familiar look of dread.
If Angelica can’t date her doc, maybe he can fix her up with a replacement.
Spencer Cox has survived HIV—but can he survive the manager from hell?
Sorting It Out
I was stunned to read Jim Huntting’s column “I’m Outta Here” (November 2006).
And your biggest turn-off? Men who spit. It’s so unsanitary. And the sound! Unappealing.