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POZ January-February 2009

POZ January-February 2009

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

Features

Out On A Limb

Recent scientific findings have spawned a renewed commitment to conducting biomedical research on primates.

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Your Money or Your Life

POZ asks Kevin Frost, CEO of the Foundation for AIDS Research, the $100,000 question that HIV-positive inquiring minds want to know: Does it p...

Living

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The Sinus Monologues

Two thirds of people with HIV experience sinusitis. Ease the symptoms with these tips.

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Expert Opinion

A top AIDS doc weighs in on tenofovir's impact on your kidneys.

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Earlier HIV Meds?

Research suggests starting treatment with a higher CD4 count.

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HIV Treatment Guidelines Revised Again

In early November, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) issued changes to its guidelines for HIV treatment.

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Tea Time

Researchers in Japan and Britain are exploring a new way to control diabetes—and it doesn't involve a pill. Chamomile tea, they say, red...

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Check My Meds

Many drugs (legal and otherwise), foods and drinks can interact badly with your HIV meds.

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HIV-Med Pipeline Update

Current HIV meds—protease inhibitors, nucleoside/nucleotide and non-nucleoside transcriptase inhibitors, fusion inhibitors, entry...

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Complaint Department

Most doctors and nurses make life with HIV much easier, providing therapies, answers and unlimited TLC.

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Med Alert

Now available for people starting their first HIV-drug combo: the protease inhibitor (PI) Prezista (darunavir).

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Share the Wealth

A new question is sparking interest in HIV research.

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Decreased Counts

In October, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that the number of people living with HIV in the United States but...

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Energy Savers

Turn off utility bill blues this winter. 

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Sexual Healing

Aphrodisiacs in your diet may boost your health—and your libido.

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Make Those Doc Visits Count

HIV-positive nurse practitioner Richard Ferri, PhD, helps you get more out of your appointments.

Talking

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Seeking Sisterhood

As AIDS disproportionately ravages women of color, it's time the ladies ask: Where's the women's movement?

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Forgotten No More

A new anthology on AIDS in India

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Is AIDS a Riot?

Elton seems to thinks so.

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This Boy's Life

AIDS activist's biopic to premiere on MTV

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Resistance Is Futile

Shari Margolese's teenage son still needs her nagging ways to get him to swallow his HIV meds every day. 

etc.

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Editor's Letter - Jan/Feb 2009

Body of Evidence

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Letters - Jan/Feb 2009

“Coming Out Again” was a powerful and well-written personal essay. It took a lot of courage for Mr. Gutierrez to bare his heart and soul.....

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Bear With Him

Dab Garner's relationship with AIDS began in 1981 when the disease was still known as GRID (Gay-Related Immune Deficiency) and few knew...

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NAPWA/TAEP HIV/AIDS POLICY REPORT - Jan/Feb 2009

Obama's Proposed Health Plan: What It Means For You

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