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How marriage puts women in India—and around the world—at risk of contracting HIV
Extreme poverty, government funding shortfalls, natural disasters, immigration issues, language barriers and lack of transportation all...
Even though many people have controlled their HIV for years, some can still hit detours like cancer or hepatitis. But with the right...
For people with HIV/AIDS, shifts in health care regulations can be life changing—even potentially life threatening.
"Evangelism...underlies most of the politics against needle exchange. To give someone a needle or methadone is seen as giving up on the...
When it comes to taking HIV meds, POZ readers are a disciplined bunch. That’s good: Missing doses can lead to drug resistance.
Medicare coverage of Sculptra and Radiesse fizzles.
Eric Sawyer is the first recipient of the AIDS activism award.
A new federal initiative funds sex ed that works.
New research looks at HIV behind bars.
Teens having lots of sex on television is hardly a new phenomenon.
A new film features teens talking about sex.
Training black leaders to become HIV/AIDS advocates
In November, Housing Works and the Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC) turned into fashion houses as they held their annual fund-raising events.
Josh Conrade grew up believing in helping those in need, so it was no surprise that he joined the fight against HIV/AIDS.