In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
When I was chosen to be the only openly HIV-positive person to carry the Olympic torch through the streets of San Francisco, I felt proud and...
Jeremiah Johnson heeded his country's call to public service by volunteering for the Peace Corps.
Those who oppose relaxed American immigration standards often claim that Latin American immigrants who leave their native countries for the U....
Sticking with an HIV combo that doesn't fully suppress the virus may still help maintain your health.
Between 1998 and 2004, some 17 percent of HIV-positive women observed in a U.S. survey—the Women’s Interagency HIV Study (WIHS)—were...
Your doctor nags you to take your meds, eat right and care for your health.
In Germany, an HIV-positive man with leukemia needed a stem cell transplant—a treatment for so
Positive people have little choice when buying HIV meds—most remain under patent, with no cheaper generic versions available.
While HIV med regimens have grown less complicated, with fewer pills and doses, taking them faithfully remains critical.
Many people don’t learn they have HIV until they develop an opportunistic infection (OI)—an illness, such as a fungal or bacterial...
Tai chi—a Chinese martial art that uses graceful, fluid movements and focuses on breathing—lowers stress and boosts flexibility.
Cookouts, potato salad and street vendors: Summer’s tastiest treats can become a recipe for bacteria and food poisoning.
Every day seems to bring a newly discovered link between genes and diabetes, heart disease, cancer or hepatitis.
Since 2003, researchers have experimented with Kaletra monotherapy, which would cut an HIV combo to just one med and simplify dosing and...
The President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief supports millions of HIV-positive people around the world—but questions about its policies...
Global warming and HIV/AIDS are related, not competing, causes.
African AIDS takes a turn to the north—as stigma and homophobia erupt in Egypt.
POZ reporter Fariba Nawa traveled to Iraq for our June 2003 feature story “After Ibn Zuhur”, which exposed the country’s little-known AI...
From HBO’s hit series Big Love to the police raid on the Yearning for Zion Mormon ranch in Texas, polygamy has proved a titillating...
She’s 20, majors in sociology, hangs out with her sorority sisters and loves cats.
Australia, home to last year’s International AIDS Conference, has one of the best records globally for containing AIDS.
Creighton Bailey flies to San Fran for an online hookup—with his HIV support group.
Let’s talk about text, baby—with these global wireless campaigns.
July 2-8Camp SunburstA refuge in Livermore, California, where families living with or affected by HI
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) sent a letter in September 2007 to Alabama Department of Corrections Commissioner Richard F...
What does Denver's Democratic National Convention hold for people living with HIV?
Instruments of Mass Prevention
Like Randy Boyd, who wrote “Halftime Show” (April 2008), I seroconverted at 23, in 1980.
Table of Contents