In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
A visit from Keep a Child Alive’s cofounder Leigh Blake took Noah Mushimiyimana from his small village in Rwanda to the bright lights of...
Photographer Kristen Ashburn has documented AIDS in Africa since 2000.
A Staten Island HIV services program uses combo therapy for mental health as well as the virus.
HIV can cause cognitive problems. With help from Scott Letendre, MD, of the University of California in San Diego, we offer these tips for fig...
If you’re a woman living with HIV/AIDS and you want to have a baby, we hope you know that HIV meds now reduce the risk of transmitting HIV..
Even with the increased risk, the actual danger of heart attack remains low.
New prescribing info from the FDA notes that some Kaletra (lopinavir/ritonavir) takers have developed heart-rhythm disturbances.
Cutting difficult HEP C treatment down to size
The proper level of HIV meds in your blood makes the difference between the success or failure of a combo, and it lowers your odds of...
In the early days of AIDS, my friends and I searched desperately for treatments.
Eat healthy this summer—without breaking a sweat.
The drug companies offer financial savings to those who struggle to pay for their antiretrovirals.
Getting your HIV meds on time while doing time
Can we treat our way out of the epidemic? Edwin J. Bernard looks at the promise—and price—of treatment as prevention.
The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence has been blessing us for three decades.
A short list of what to do this summer
Author sheds light on female prisoners fighting back.
POZ readers sound off on HIV criminalization
Shawn Decker and his wife rethink a childless future.
Gods, Guns or Madge?
The pope’s statement against condom use rejects the courageous work of many—it is like stepping back 20 years.
When he joined the Peace Corps in 2004, Steve Kallaugher did not anticipate that his volunteer HIV/AIDS work in Swaziland would become his c...