In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Brett Beasley wrote letters, made calls, even posed nude to get his cousin Jerry Fallwell's attention. No dice. Th...
The Kansas City Star confirmed what gay Catholics have known for years -- yes, Virginia, priests are living with A...
Sick of singing the lipodystrophy blues but don't want to stop the drugs? Here are some HIVers who said no to their lumps, humps and hollows -...
The Christian right's attack on HIVers has gone from splashy media blitzes to quiet state-level lobbying...
I was saved when I was 12. One Sunday morning at the Augusta Road Baptist Church in Greenville, Sout
Shall We Dance?I enjoyed the article on Chris Ramos (“Let's Dance,” March 2000). As I re
Ofra Haza 1957-2000
Although Ofra Haza had released many albums in Israel during the first half of the 1980s, her intern
Lisa Tiger (POZ December 1994/January 1995)
Three years ago, in Shumate v. Wilson, a California court ruled that HIV treatment and other medical
NEGOhio lawmakers decided in March to forgo almost a million dollars worth of federal health educati
It’s a big state with a small population—just over a million people, including 1,300 HIV
“What if somebody [with HIV] needs the restroom, or spits, or gets into a fight? It’s re
When you experience your own mortality and your own fragility, then I think something opens in you.
Wall Street and people with HIV often make better enemies than friends. So it’s ironic, to say
We asked two executive directors from different- as-night-and-day AIDS orgs for their fave websites:
My hotel room’s balcony affords a view of the park, dotted with EliÃÂ·n GonzÃÂ·les posters f
Steve Mare keeps The File in his desk. It’s a folder of “new ideas” sent in to the
I’m so big that if I run out of condoms, I have to use a rubbish bag,” a six-foot-someth
Belle of letters Edmund White talks to Editor in Chief Walter Armstrong about his new novel, The Married Man, telling the truth in fiction and...
Dave Gilden on the return of the HIV dissidents: Don't let it divert us from our destination— immune-based drug research.
Jane's simple; Camille's complex. Both are in trouble. Emily Carter reflects on two tales of adult abuse.
The night after a Reiki session, one HIVer fell asleep without his usual pain meds for neuropathy.
If you rationalize a certain bad habit with the old excuse, “Hey, I’m HIV positive, so s
What’s In STORe for you if after starting HAART, your viral load goes down but your CD4 cells
Post-exposure prophylaxis just might reduce the risk of infection, but counseling is crucial By Maia Szalavitz
Ginkgo BilobaParts: LeavesForms: Extract (capsules, tablets or liquid), teaUses: Poor circulation, b
Pack up your troubles—and a few must-haves—for those changes in latitude and attitude By Greg Lugliani
Liquid ddI changed my life! I used to endure the enormous, chalky, chewable tablets (four at a time)
There are some lists you may want to get on—for HIV info and support by John S. James, with Becky Minnich
Heart attack? Drug reaction? Relax. Stephen Gendin's Popeye-size CPK just means he's been hitting the gym.
The lowdown of what’s in the pipeline
Women with the double whammy of HIV and recurrent genital herpes have been known to roll their eyes
Robert Mapplethorpe died of AIDS in March 1989. He was 42. That summer, a retrospective of his photo
Getting away from it all takes some pre-vacation pains. Four PWAs share their adventures in Johannesburg, CancÃÂºn, Miami, Paris and beyo...