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When she left her country for America at the age of 20, Consolee Nishimwe was one of the “walking dead.”
It’s a challenge for some people with HIV. But there’s help for conquering—or at least managing—chronic pain.
A 17-year veteran of HIV tries to cash in on health care reform’s “doughnut hole” fix and Medicare’s coverage for facial fillers.
0.5 percent: The rate of mother-to-child transmission (MTCT) among all HIV-positive mothers in Denmark since 2000.
Protease inhibitors can interact with a slew of other medications.
Think rest, not pills, for fighting that stubborn summer cold.
Science prevails in a recent Canadian court case.
POZ editor-in-chief Regan Hofmann sits down to discuss his organizations role in the global fight against HIV/AIDS.
Following a devastating January earthquake, Haiti’s HIV community struggles to rebuild.
The ban is lifted for HIV-positive travelers, but obstacles remain in the Far East.
City officials, AIDS organizations and gay men are embracing the female condom. Are you?
A Montana campaign uses shock and awe to prevent meth use (and HIV) among teens.
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a giant flying condom!
Would you pretend to be HIV positive?
The Kenyan group Men for Gender Equality Now (MEGEN) uses community outreach to get men involved in the fight against gender-based violence.