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The Democratic Republic of Congo offers a grave example of an often overlooked war crime: the spread of HIV through sexual violence.
India has more HIV-positive people than any other nation on earth. Unable to afford established meds--and fearing social persecution--they..
How two HIV-positive mayors--John Duran of West Hollywood, California, and Larry Gierar of Oakland Park, Florida--outran stigma on...
Having HIV multiplies crystal meth’s dangers--and the reasons to kick it.
In some countries, positive mother’s milk is a winner.
Adverse events: A polite scientific term for “the bad things that could happen to you as a result of a medical therapy.”
Herpes meds may suppress more than herpes.
Does green tea scald HIV?
HIV-damaged body image can spark unrealistic--and unhealthy--behaviors.
Is our national obsession with trans fat setting us up for major heartache?
In defense of the foreskin: One writer argues that using circumcision to combat AIDS gives prevention the shaft.
This Fourth of July, I’ll be thinking a lot about independence.
(Product)RED wants you to shop till AIDS drops--but critics aren’t buying it.
Walter Reed’s positive soldiers: all they can be?
Congress grades his international AIDS policy
At this AIDS groove-a-thon, teens bust a move for awareness...and meet a semi-star or two.
Can you trust Wikipedia for AIDS info?
A playbill for catching those trickle-down dollars
In his Fahrenheit 9/11 follow-up, controversial filmmaker and Bush-basher Michael Moore diagnoses the American health care system.
This summer, the bravery and tenacity that ACT UP Los Angeles has demonstrated over the past 20 years will be on display in a new exhibit...
The Erotic Signature book label asked artists—from pros to home amateurs—to submit sexually themed pieces.
In 2006, HIV infections in Germany rose by 7.4% from the previous year.
Dannon yogurt is capitalizing on what POZ has been telling you for ages: 70 percent of your immune system lurks in your gut.
A French countess uses her fortune to rescue AIDS orphans.
This wise guy’s glass is always half full—and hard for some to swallow.
Are you really a nice guy? I swear I am. I am sweet and down-to-earth.
I don’t believe that ACT UP founder Larry Kramer is above criticism; giving him special treatment would serve neither him nor us.