In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
After years of indifference, the nation's African-American leaders are finally tackling the epidemic in their midst.
Whether his sermon is disco, liberation theology or herbal remedies, Rev. Cheeks' message is all about healing.
San Francisco's Willie Brown talks a great AIDS line. What sets him apart? He's got the record to back it up.
POZ dares to look at history in the making
Painful neuropathy could become treatable, but the research just keeps creeping along.
Rusti Miller-Hill gains momentum
Richard Daniels' dance card is full
“If the Christian Coalition followed its own logic, they'd be running ads urging straight women to change...”
I often think of a story I read about a man buried alive in a mining accident. He was eventually dug.
Wake up, my gay, white brothers and sisters! AIDS is ravaging people of color.
AIDS in the African-American community is a public health emergency.
Your profile on my fellow Texan Michael Johnston caused me to shudder.
A five-point plan that HIVers can live with (Part 1 of a 12-part series)
Movers, shakers, and troublemakers
It's 12:01 am, January 1, 1999. You're tipsy from champagne, you just kissed someone you never planned to bring into the...
The Ackerman-Coburn bill would gut HIV confidentiality.
Is watching The Real World a spiritual experience for you?
Now showing: AIDS in the Philippines, a Catholic Church production
The new market in adherence devices
Newborn-testing opponents re-enter the ring
The awesome Auxillia Chimusoro
Ronald Day, 36, a computer scientist whose gift for musical scoring “elevated the status” of the Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus (AGMC).
Why complain? These meds could keep you alive for 30 more years.
The have-nots are getting less than they bargained for
If the virus doesn't get you, the drugs you take will.
Best bets for surfing the ultimate wave
Staying on an anti-HIV combo until it fails increases the risk of cross-resistance to future therapies.
Reports abound of people on HAART who stop their PCP prophylaxis when their CD4 counts rise.
Take two vitamins to reduce viral load? Sounds suspicious.
For HIVers debating whether to rubber up with other poz partners, two new studies offer contradictory data.
A tip on getting your insurer to pay for pricey drugs
Ten steps to ease neuropathy pain
HAART-takers, beware elevated blood glucose in '99
Advocacy and support for African-American HIVers
Get with the program. Get with Oprah!
Florent Morellet dishes out love and linguini in his downtown diner
New York City artist Barton Benes saved thousands of letters that his Aunt Evelyn, a Florida widow, wrote during their daily correspondence in...
Recently, the HIV community has been bombarded by rapid-fire announcements of enormous wholesale prices for both new and old medicines.