In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Two HIV positive mothers fight to protect their kids, all negative, from the stigma many positive parents face.
Young people who have contracted HIV through sex share what they wish they’d learned beforehand.
An HIV positive schoolteacher instructs his pupils in Safer Sex 101, after grading their math homework.
Can a few milligrams of nutritional supplements send your CD4 count soaring?
Balancing antidepressants and new HIV meds
Viral load may not provide the whole lowdown
Joining hands on computer keys to paint a group portrait of HIV and treatment
Veggie surprise: Frozen greens pack more nutrition
Straight? Gay? Risky behavior is risky behavior.
Where marriage puts people at high risk for HIV infection
Can workplace sensitivity training protect positive workers from stigma?
They say that youth is wasted on the young. I disagree. Youth isn’t finite or even chronological.
I often find myself counting CD4s instead of sheep—kept up by viral load blips or other HIV anxieties.
PD-1 (programmed death-1 receptor): Unabbreviated, it sounds like an Xbox villain. But PD-1 is hardly a fantasy scoundrel.
The CDC boldly aims to destigmatize HIV—by making screening “normal.”
Will a federal bill finally legalize jailhouse condoms?
The global community drives down drug costs—without America’s help.
Uganda’s capital punishment policy
The word on Bush’s new global AIDS guru
They come to this Bronx haven for a hot meal or literacy skills but leave with a PhD in HIV.
It’s been 17 years since the Red Hot Organization first packed a recording studio with pop icons crooning AIDS prevention.
Does the cure for AIDS walk among us?
Will River Huston trade her newfound health and freedom for motherhood?
Christina Rock just says no to HIV drugs—and flunks high school adherence.
Teach Your Children Well
In prison, we are not taught enough about HIV and AIDS.
What does “Telesto” mean? It means “success” in Greek. It’s also one of Saturn’s moons and a Greek god.