In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Two neggie nobodies—in the company of one PWA activist vet—posed that simple question and got gay New York to answer to its crystal-meth.....
The link between HIV and domestic abuse is intimate, dangerous and underidentified—but ASOs and domestic-abuse groups are finally reaching..
That’s what these HIVers and advocates shouted as they stormed Congress to demand funds for the program that gets the neediest of us...
New York isn’t the only city battling the crystal-HIV connection
The hardest part of getting out of an abusive relationship isn’t getting out—it’s knowing you’re in one. So how can you know?
With its founder fired, will the AIDS Quilt unravel?
Leading AIDS doc and advocate Scott Hitt had his medical license suspended April 7 for mutually masturbating with a patient.
Preventionisto John Chittick wraps up his five-year “AIDS attack”
To inspire HIV openness, Malawi President Bakili Muluzi revealed in February that his brother had died of AIDS.
A simple solution for everyday HIV
A small Italian study suggests that the protease inhibitor atazanavir (Reyataz) may work as a booster for some other PIs.
East Coast heroin users who can’t kick the habit should be California dreamin’.
When I picked up Paula Peterson’s Women in the Grove (Beacon Press, $20)—nine captivating stories about HIVer women—my own writerly...
South Africa’s mighty tyke becomes an animated hero
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services will send only 50 delegates to Bangkok, versus 236 to the 2002 confab.
HIV can ring twice. Are dual infections a mounting threat—or a molehill?
Trying to prove that a specially formulated powder of 33 vitamins and minerals could help HAARTy HIVers with peripheral neuropathy (PN)...
My STARS! The Serostim for the Treatment of Adipose Redistribution Study, that is.
Treatment tidbits from the HIV confab
When Christina Marsh talks HIV prevention to at-risk youth in Honolulu schools, all eyes and ears are on her.
Group therapy faded the blues for Ugandans affected by HIV and suffering from depression.
Some 5 percent of HIVers display a hypersensitivity to the nuke abacavir (Ziagen), with symptoms including rash, abdominal pain, fever...
Think nine inches long and cylindrical. Then get your mind out of the gutter and up to the gullet.
10 advocates tab their favorite Web and print newsletters for treatment info.
M.C. Mars wrestles with a troubled lover’s tempting invitation
The three guys gathered around a table on our cover this month are making news for making noise about the plague of crystal-meth-related...
I took your little sex survey [“The Naked Truth,” February/March 2004], but I feel it discriminates against us virgins.
One veteran HIVer becomes a first-time homeowner