In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Some drugs approved to treat HIV may also protect people not infected with HIV if taken before they engage in high-risk activities.
Two HIV-positive marathoners, Robert Benavidez and David Villegas, don’t let the virus keep them from going the extra mile.
How Jeffrey Jenest, HIV positive for more than 20 years and openly gay, found his niche amid the relentlessly straight, sometimes triple-X..
Combo therapy applies to lab numbers as well as meds
Fat loss can hurt more than your self-image. A foot soldier’s story.
A Hepatitis B med may breed HIV drug resistance.
New drugs and whole new class wowed in the 2007 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI).
Treatments for hepatitis C begin to mimic those for HIV
Author Shawn Decker recalls how he grew up with HIV while his POZ readers were watching.
Nutritional dream or nightmare? It all depends on what you put in the bowl.
More and more positive men want children—and are finding that they can make them using their own genetic goods.
The thing about sailing is the quiet.I live in New York City, where it is always noisy.
Jenna Bush’s new book about AIDS may sound suspiciously like Dad’s same old policies.
Raising the bar on released inmates’ treatment
Congress vs. better health care for positive people
For this brave breed of HIV-positive mountaineers, the only way is up.
A new CD won’t let AIDS silence composers.
SisterSong’s conference is set to gab in Chicago. It promotes sexual empowerment for women of color, with topics including erotica and...
Most safe-sex campaigns shy away from showing sex.
The late Beowulf Thorne and Tom Shearer, founders of ’90s HIV zine DPN–Diseased Pariah News, were hardly ones to shy away from controversy...
But for 2007, the plotline’s strictly on the down low.
“Let me find out. I’m sure I’ve taken a position on it on [sic] the past.”
Does your lubricant have you on a slippery slope toward HIV risk?
Sponsoring a child abroad gets a thoroughly modern online update.
South African youth are sewing up answers to poverty and HIV.
As Angelica finally meets her hot overseas Web date, who’s the bigger flight risk?
Speaking of Sex...
Thanks for David Thorpe’s article “Filling Station” (February/March 2007) about lipoatrophy treatment.
What are your best qualities? My optimism, my ability to be open and try new things.