In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
In preparation of the International AIDS Conference, we offer seven things critical for us to achieve the ultimate goal.
From slavery to segregation to HIV, the Southern United States sadly has traded one societal ill for another. The documentary Deep South sheds...
AIDS has an image problem.
Concerned Parents is proud to have been interviewed by POZ.
Françoise Barré-Sinoussi is renowned for discovering HIV. Now she's hot on the trail to find a cure for AIDS.
Cuba's HIV infection rate is 0.0001 percent rate.
Los Angeles restaurant The Ivy is known for its fried chicken, crab cakes, chocolate chip cookies—and a white picket fence that blocks...
It's been 28 years since Ryan White was coldheartedly kicked out of middle school in Indiana for no other reason than his HIV status.
As smartphones get more expensive and indispensable, the smartest thing to do is to safeguard them.
Earvin 'Magic' Johnson's empire runs the gamut.
Should you disclose your HIV status to your coworkers?
March survey in response to HPTN 052 study shows how the sex lives of people living with HIV are affected.
In May 2012, President Barack Obama became the first U.S. president to announce his support for same-sex marriage.
'Poverty is undermining advances in HIV medicine.'
For the first time, research has shown that engineering stem cells to form HIV-targeting immune cells helps suppress the virus in living tissu...
In May, advisory committees of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommended approval of three new ways to test, prevent and...
50% of people living with HIV have suffered trauma or violence in their lives.
Feeling isolated? You are not alone.
The POZ Army is a global, grassroots collective of people fighting for the cure for AIDS—and treatment for all until a cure is found.