In every issue of POZ, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
The savage ballet that is boxing confronts AIDS, deception and shattered dreams
Prevention activism moves to the fore as safer sex is scrutinized
Biotechs try to change how the system works
Supermodel Ryan Findlay helps New York City kids
Chicago’s Michael Pleasants is just getting started
Famous daughters Rory Kennedy and Vanessa Vadim fight for needle exchange
Porn star-cum-publisher Scott O’Hara wants to talk about it
The mouth is an important early warning site.
In which one young man learns to love himself -deeply
Why do public services become public humiliation?
Yes, yes, yes. The new hepatitis A vaccine is a good thing
Federal court rules against dentist
Hello! It’s not the place, it’s the behavior
What filmmaker Larry Clark has made is a provocative drama that centers on 24 hours in the lives of a group of New York City street kids.
Replacing one form of arrogance with another is just not the solution
Prevention efforts must recognize intimacy, desire and risk
HIV comes to daytime TV for Day of Compassion
All AIDS roads go from Ryan White to Heather Locklear
A little discipline always puts HIV in perspective
Pharmacy: A long wait for drugs, but candy’s available right away.
The procedure most people call “HIV testing” doesn’t actually look for the virus in blood or saliva.