In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Condoms have no chance against crystal. In tweaked sex, gay men are sharing a fantasy of flesh without end.
An evil virus clobbered all of the king’s meds (and other fairy tales)
Happy 10th Birthday! A summer camp for kids with AIDS celebrates coming of age -- and so do its fastgrowing campers
For HIVers who tell fibs about their status to get others into bed, therapist Patrick Calif reads between the lies
Resistance tests, the newest tools in the HIV kit, can be helpful in choosing from the cocktail menu.
An AIDS policy turnaround by the beleagured African National Congress (ANC) was made in April as President Thabo Mbeki both announced...
Most media stories about skyrocketing drug prices boil down to this: Consumer advocates blame the cost on corporate greed at the expense...
Madison Square Garden was unseasonably empty on April 17, with the Knicks and Rangers out of the playoffs, but the streets outside were...
Free antiretrovirals and TV ads advising junkies not to swap needles.
What is POZ in Chinese?
Is politician’s ambition behind South Dakota witch hunt?
Every year 600,000 babies worldwide are infected with HIV, usually at birth or through breast-feeding.
Here’s a baaabstinence-only story that would make President Bush blush.
Study results from researchers at the National Cancer Institute (NCI) report an increased rate of DNA damage in the fetuses of monkeys...
“It wasn’t meant for me to go,” Conscious (the name she chose to better reflect -- and conceal -- her identity) says.
Summer’s bustin’ out all over, especially in the retroviral reading department, where African and African-American works are on display.
For July’s world AIDS confab in Barcelona, installation-artist Scott Burnham made “I Thought About You” (www.ithoughtaboutyou.com)...
The Estate Project, preservers and promoters of works by visual artists living with or lost to AIDS, is adding the aural to their honor roll
April’s Keystone Symposium in Colorado played a kind of winter games to this summer’s 13th International AIDS Conference in Barcelona.
The World Health Organization (WHO) announced that, for the first time, it was adding 12 antiretrovirals to its Essential Medicines List.
Oh, that little mind-game of a virus.
Bad news, HIV beachcomber: The sun is your enemy.
Stressed and sleepless? Don’t count on kava.
Pill panic hit in mid-May among HIVers in California, Connecticut, Maryland and Florida.
If you’re a drug user with HIV, it’s not easy to get the kind of care that you need-a doc whose aware of drug interactions, a support...
The streets of San Francisco -- the seedier ones -- have long been a free-trade zone for pot dealers.
The National Cancer Institute has identified a natural antibody, X5, that seems to gum up HIV’s entry into CD4 cells.
HIV Vaccine Awareness Day passed on May 18 with no announcement of a vaccine.
A new study by Atlanta’s Grady Memorial found that the hospital’s rates of HIV/tuberculosis coinfection plunged in the ’90s.
New government stats show that Portugal’s HIV rate is the highest in the European Union.
People power blooms as HIVers march on the Capitol and an activist is born in Albany
South Africa lost 12-year-old Nkosi Johnson last year, but in April, the Swedish nonprofit Children’s World posthumously awarded him...
If you’re using drugs, drinking alcohol regularly or taking methadone while you’re taking HIV medicines, you need to know that sometimes...
Five reasons to fear Bush’s war on HIVers more than terrorism. If there w
I live with a sock monster. My dog, Lucy, really likes socks.
This publication, month in and month out, tells it like it is, like it or not.
Phil Reed on not being New York City’s openly gay, HIV positive city council member