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Recent scientific findings have spawned a renewed commitment to conducting biomedical research on primates. But the questions remain: Do chimp...
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...
Two thirds of people with HIV experience sinusitis. Ease the symptoms with these tips.
A top AIDS doc weighs in on tenofovir's impact on your kidneys.
Research suggests starting treatment with a higher CD4 count.
In early November, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) issued changes to its gui
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...
Many drugs (legal and otherwise), foods and drinks can interact badly with your HIV meds. Want a qui
Current HIV meds—protease inhibitors, nucleoside/nucleotide and non-nucleoside transcriptase i
Most doctors and nurses make life with HIV much easier, providing therapies, answers and unlimited T
Now available for people starting their first HIV-drug combo: the protease inhibitor (PI) Prezista (
A new question is sparking interest in HIV research: Can HIV be stopped by infusing white blood cell
In October, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that the number of people livin
Turn off utility bill blues this winter.
Aphrodisiacs in your diet may boost your health—and your libido.
HIV-positive nurse practitioner Richard Ferri, PhD, helps you get more out of your appointments.
As AIDS disproportionately ravages women of color, it's time the ladies ask: Where's the women's movement?
A new anthology on AIDS in India
Elton seems to thinks so.
AIDS activist's biopic to premiere on MTV
Shari Margolese's teenage son still needs her nagging ways to get him to swallow his HIV meds every day.
Body of Evidence
Encore! Encore!In the profile “Coming Out Again” (October 2008), POZ's deputy editor Ori
Dab Garner's relationship with AIDS began in 1981 when the disease was still known as GRID (Gay-Related Immunodeficiency Disease) and few kne...
Obama's ProposedHealth Plan: What It Means For You