In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Asia is home to half of the human race -- more than 3.7 billion people -- and the most crowded part of our planet.
What DO westerners need to know about Asia and the Pacific?
So far only my wife knows I have HIV.
In Indonesia, PWAs shroud themselves in lies, secrets and silence.
Some native ancient healing traditions in Indian may offer new solutions for retrovirals -- for their epidemic and ours.
Thailand status as AIDS role model for the developing world is in danger.
Cambodia faces a catastrophic future.
What a fitting tribute POZ presented in featuring Celia Farber, a most thoughtful and dedicated journalist.
American Airlines is once again facing a storm of discrimination charges by HIVers.
HIVers and their allies at the two-day megaprotest here charged the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank with forcing...
Pfizer agreed in April to donate fluconazole for cryptococcal meningitis to South Africa, but said no way to Central American HIVers.
The Ryan White CARE Act is set to expire this fall.
This month marks the one-year anniversary of Candice Moench and Kathy Gerus-Darbison’s hitting upon a doll of an idea.
Just try to find a touchier subject than teen sexuality.
“Gloria Steinhem once paired him with AIDS as the two worst things about New York.”
Four months after a CIA study of the impact of the global AIDS epidemic was released, The Washington Post broke the story in late April...
Some vulnerable Ugandan believers plagued as deeply by the toll of AIDS as by their country’s civil unrest met a harrowing and fiery end...
Before Plato’s Garage, the itinerary of Campbell’s life read like a trip without a map.
Like Fabulous Hell, Ravelstein is about finding meaning in the face of death.
Benjamin SmokeCowboy Booking InternationalOpens July 28 in New York City and Los Angeles, wide relea
For those of you who haven’t tuned in to MTV lately, the Foo Fighters are not a posse of intergalactic video-game characters.
Thor Cheston, 21, calls them his “little covert operations.”
One of my proudest achievements is having received the Gregory Kolovakos Award for AIDS Writing for The Healing Notebooks.
Cairo’s medieval core—with its narrow streets and winding alleys—has remained nearly unchanged since the 10th century.
The World Health Organization (WHO) and the Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) announced their new team project.
Ex-Representative Ron Dellums, a longtime leftist, now stumps for global AIDS funding. Is it altruism? Doug Ireland lifts the veil on his paym...
Dodging a gun-toting nurse and a false prophet, LeRoy Whitfield breaks out of his treatment shell.
When your kid’s been an addict and come out alive, HIV can be the toughest letters you’ve ever heard. Lillian Thieman finds forgiveness is a t...
Stephen Gendin pulls a Proust and goes searching for lost time. He hopes he doesn’t find dementia lurking in a budding grove.
South African president Thabo Mbeki has tapped “AIDS dissidents” in charting policy on the raging epidemic.
Bend over, Viagra! The new testosterone gel may soon have even frat boys cruising the black market to take it like a man.
The sanest way to testoserone up.
Menstruation a pain in the pelvis? Curse not, our dispensary-loving Nursie is staggering your way.
I used to laugh at the Metamucil ads with the old folks who wanted to stay “regular.”
Can Traditional Chinese Medicine pass the muster of American AIDS research?
Marlene Diaz’s abnormal Pap doesn’t spell cervical cancer, but is cause for concern—and definitely follow-up testing.
Get to know your fellow HIVers in Asia—they’re Web wired.
Can a low (OR NO) viral load make an HIVer less (or non-) infectious?
Rock Hudson was the first person ever to get AIDS—at least according to the media.