In every issue of POZ, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
From Detroit to Chicago to San Francisco to Atlanta -- with one visible stop on MTV’s The Real World -- Sean Sasser has nowhere else to go
From bubbling mineral waters to cool seaweed wraps, spas can offer a balm for what ails you
Drug Cocktails promise longer lives. Will positive smokers kiss their butts goodbye?
Must gay men choose between monogamy and extinction?
To genre-bending Japanese painter Masami Teraoka, AIDS is a world war too
Artist Rebecca Guberman shoots her legacy in cold blood
D.L. Long is a boy who plays with dolls
Former hermit Steven Wolf paints the Blues
Hazel Johnson paints herself out of a corner
Songwriter Steve Schalchlin looks past “The Last Session”
Talking about sex in an intelligent way is tough
Thanks for David Thorpe’s article “Filling Station” (February/March 2007) about lipoatrophy treatment.
In-your-face poster enrages friends and foes
Groundbreaking guidelines for treatment of HIV
Research ads ripped by religious
Herpes harbors high levels of HIV
“In January, Hillary Clinton gained much publicity by reading to children on a pediatrics ward.”
People wih hemophilia wait for redemption
The Age of Protease is anything but democratic. In fact, the new drugs fail as many as a third of the people who try them.
Syringe-swap in showdown with city
Ecstasy + Norvir = lethal mix
After long wait, pediatric protease
Vitamin B-12 levels linked to survival
Hot pursuit of foothills physician
Christopher Boatwright, a classical ballet dancer, died of AIDS March 1 in San Francisco. He was 42.
Proving he’s no George Costanza, Seinfeld’s schmuck takes a risk
In 1995, Mutual of Omaha began selling a tour and cruise travel insurance policy that waives all pre-existing conditions.
Hustlers are chic once more as sex makes a comeback at the movies. But where’s AIDS?
The Spaniard, the diva and the conference in exile
A Brit with HIV reports from the other side of the ban
Leader of the Free World to immigrants with HIV: “Keep out!”
The inventors of safe sex weigh in
One veteran slut converts to sexual ecology
Another takes aim at recent activism
Skin-on-skin sex--been there, done that, want more
Long-distance lovers call on the queen of daytime
Walls that have come tumbling down are almost impossible to rebuild
One’s positive, the other’s negative, but the relationship has an identity of its own
Is lying to an intolerant doctor about your treatments ever justifiable?
Tips for HIV positive travelers
How PWAs can eat, drink and be merry while exploring the world
A note of caution on Sean Strub’s viral-load drops from antiretroviral therapy
Sunscreens and prudent avoidance can help prevent health-threatening burns
Patrick O’Connell paints a picture of two worlds: His art and his AIDS
The best of underwear loses its elastic.