In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Greg Louganis never thought he'd live this long, and he's loving every minute.
If you're sick and tired of being sick and tired, check for anemia -- it's easy to treat.
The short life and long legacy of David Wojnarowicz
Men and the art of satsung in the Castro
The war against Edward Clayton
Onyx Teasley teaches school a lesson
See Steve run—for his life
A positive crew rocks the boat—but doesn't tip it over.
NYPD crackdown on PWA activism
Do you ever worry that you’ve infected someone with HIV? I do.
I hate to sound like a bigot but, come on, once immigrants get legalized, they get on every government agency list they can and...
HIVer gets POS plate
Doing “the right thing” did Amanda in
AIDS agencies pack it up
Ten thousand bucks is a lot to pay for a lost pooch, but George Holley of Norwalk, Connecticut, will gladly fork it over...
Michael Stewart is not related to Brian Stewart, the Missouri dad found guilty of first-degree assault last December for injecting...
“Riding bareback, especially when nude, is the ultimate foreplay.”
Inmate forced to stand trial in “spit net.”
Scouts make girl with HIV pout
What better excuse than World AIDS Day to dish out the grades?
Immunologist Brigitte Autran flips HIV eradication on its head
Got a job? Then you might get treatment. But most PWAs are on their own.
Kathy Najimy comes out of Veronica's Closet to talk politics
In a galaxy far, far away, HIV is a chronic illness made manageable by “the force.”
Twenty-four hours in the life of an epidemic
“That dress fits you well,” you say, as you sculpt my right breast in the earth with feet no nails.
Clinton's history. Who will disappoint us now?
Russell Brady, 49, died of AIDS November 14.
Will the squabble over HIV reporting tear us apart?
Glaxo may be selling its newest nuke short—and wrong.
A countess of counterculture comes clean
This Lazarus learned he wanted to leave something behind: himself
Release of two nonprotease antiretrovirals is another reminder of the importance of independent information sources.
Got a dog or cat? Want one? Check out these guidelines for safer petting.
Cult members stood up by an alien spaceship aren’t the only adherents of mass suicide.
Late may be far better than never when it comes to using AZT to prevent transmission of HIV from mothers to babies
The latest potential HIV therapy comes from a surprising place: topsoil.
A “protease sparing” drug? Not so fast.
The skinny on AIDS treatment newsletters
There's POZ. And then there's the pack.
Fight for your right to take it to the streets!
Marlene Diaz's fevery illness sparks a dangerous loss of muscle and organ tissue
Demitri Moshoyannis on leather, love and the talking cure
I’m very close to Willy because he was my constant companion when I was ill.
AmFAR chair Sharon Stone may not be a mom, but she has some basic maternal instincts.
New Yorker Barton Benes saved thousands of letters that his Aunt Evelyn, a Florida widow, sent him daily in the ’70s.