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After a two-decade disappearance Grammy nominee Andy Bey, 66, croons his way into a new life—and a huge new audience—despite HIV.
Before sending out an office memo declaring that you’re positive, there’s a lot to consider.
Twenty-five years after doctors discovered the disease, the AIDS epidemic continues to spread, unchecked, even where we least expect it...
There’s a lot of homophobia, politics and patronizing in the business.
Nutritional supplements play a hefty supporting role in many HIV regimens
A new med may keep an old infection from making a comeback
Three recent cases suggest that Reyataz (atazanavir) boosted with Norvir (ritonavir) may raise blood levels of buprenorphine, an opiate...
Why you must eat with some HIV meds but have to take others on an empty stomach
Could a grapefruit juice compound squeeze out Norvir’s boost?
Tired of pills, oils and seeds? Get your omega-3s on a plate.
Our tasters swig and rate six sources of heart-happy omega-3 oils
Score one for HIV music therapy
Why the HIV negative take ARVs
Can popping prevention help?
Would the conservative-policy-prone Wal-Mart nearest you (think dirty-lyric-bleeped albums) voluntarily sell Viread if it passes as PREP?
His 2007 budget boosts funding for HIV housing
A glossy mag rehabs an AIDS community
This June, I turn 39. As I creep ever upward in years, I am tempted to lie about my age.
Civil rights vs. public health in the city’s aggressive new HIV testing proposal
The abstinence lobby arms against a maiden STD treatment
A faith-based group rethinks abstinence
For the third year in its 28-year existence, the U.S. State Department’s Country Reports on Human Rights Practices included HIV-related...
Gay Sex in the 70s
Are PWAs Finally Returning to Key ASO Roles?
25 years after HIV first hit America, POZ takes a fearless look at the viral census.
World-famous transsexual personality Amanda Lepore paired with fashion designer Jason Wu to create a Lepore action figure to fight AIDS.
River Huston flashdances her way back to an era before she had HIV
Spencer Cox resurrects happiness by recalling those who are gone
We Are the World
I just finished reading “Love Yourself” (February/March 2006), by Michael Smith.