In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Bill T. Jones isn’t afraid to say what he feels or believes.
The disease quaintly referred to as “consumption” in the novels of its Victorian heyday has come roaring back onto the public health scene.
On becoming a survivor
“Will those who never saw him dance think of him only as the Rock Hudson of ballet?”
What’s all the fuss about, anyway?
Home testing also raises legal issues
POZ publisher plays role in development of home test kit
Initial response to survey seems strong and enthusiastic
Florent Morellet carves up the meat packing district
Marlon Riggs, a filmmaker who won Emmy and Peabody awards for his documentaries died of AIDS on April 5.
Learning to dance
POZ’s interview with Bob Hattoy ruffles Kris Gebbie’s feathers
Study linking vitamins with cancer criticized
GCN’s White House correspondent recording history
How strongman Teddy Kalidas already won
Sex Is..., an explicit documentary, hits video stores
When known HIV exposure occurs
If the government won’t spend the money to find a cure for AIDS, there is always Hollywood.
Patrick O’Connell’s visual world
David Fisch’s angry legacy
APLA’s Phill Wilson walks the walk
Learning to Heal: Mothers’ Voices, Miracle House and other confront the pain head on
Sam & Howard Josepher’s big city problems
Tonya Hall tells her story on stage
Waking from sleep -- a plane is heard descending.
Pessimism reigns as Japan’s World AIDS Conference nears
Living with both intelligent awareness and HIV poses trials of endurance little documented in the vast literature of the plague.
Surviving a big city breakdown
Oral sex just ain’t what it used to be
Avoiding the burnt-out physician
Long-term survivors can help us now
How People covers AIDS says a lot about us
HIV Standards of Care differ by region, treatment philosophy and patient population.
Gene Schneider’s own private Iowa
What’s news in the world of AIDS