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POZ January 2007

POZ January 2007

In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.

Features

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Labors of Love

Two HIV positive mothers—Chelsea Gulden, 24, and Diana Ragland, 25—fight to protect their kids, all negative, from the stigma many...

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The Kids Aren't Alright

Amid the heated, fiercely politicized debate between sex ed that teaches condom use versus sex ed that preaches abstinence, young people who h...

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With Honors

An HIV positive schoolteacher instructs his pupils in Safer Sex 101, after grading their math homework

Living

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A Little Something on the Side

Can a few milligrams of nutritional supplements send your CD4 count soaring?

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Even Combos Get the Blues

Balancing antidepressants and new HIV meds 

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The Load Not Taken

Viral load may not provide the whole lowdown 

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HIV Bytes

Joining hands on computer keys to paint a group portrait of HIV and treatment

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Don't Get Fresh With Me

Veggie surprise: Frozen greens pack more nutrition

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Discounted Labels

Straight? Gay? Risky behavior is risky behavior

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Thai-ing the Knot

Where marriage puts people at high risk for HIV infection

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Don't Leave Work Without It

Can workplace sensitivity training protect positive workers from stigma?

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Teen Angel

They say that youth is wasted on the young. I disagree. Youth isn’t finite or even chronologic

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While You Weren't Sleeping

I often find myself counting CD4s instead of sheep—kept up by viral load blips or other HIV an

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High Definition

PD-1 (programmed death-1 receptor): Unabbreviated, it sounds like an Xbox villain. But PD-1 is hardl

Talking

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Isn't That Special?

The CDC boldly aims to destigmatize HIV—by making screening “normal”

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Prison Break

Will a federal bill finally legalize jailhouse condoms?

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Anywhere but Here

The global community drives down drug costs—without America's help

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Death and the Maidens

Uganda's capital punishment policy

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Diplomatic Immunity

The word on Bush's new global AIDS guru

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Very Adult Education

They come to this Bronx haven for a hot meal or literacy skills but leave with a PhD in HIV

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On the Download

It’s been 17 years since the Red Hot Organization first packed a recording studio with pop ico

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Face for the Cure

Does the cure for AIDS walk among us? The “I Am the Cure” prevention campaign (www.hivst

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Tales From the Crib

Will River Huston trade her newfound health and freedom for motherhood?

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Big Med on Campus

Christina Rock just says no to HIV drugs—and flunks high school adherence

etc.

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Editor's Letter-January 2007

Teach Your Children Well

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Mailbox-January 2007

GENERATION NEXTI feel for Jake Glaser, the 21-year-old activist you profiled in the October 2006 iss

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Catch of the Month-January 2007

“TELESTO,” 35MIAMIDIAGNOSED 2006What does “Telesto” mean?It means “suc

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