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Contaminated polio vaccines started AIDS in Africa in the ’50s. A National Enquirer headline? No.
If a new crew of activists has its way, a slew of topical goops and jams just may be the solution to stop the spread of HIV.
Who says AIDS can’t make you kick up your heels?
We have something in common, and it’s not just HIV.
“Both Sides Now” was absolutely fantastic.
(POZ March 1999)
With the defeat of efforts to lift the federal ban on syringe swaps, clean-needle pushers are learning that all politics is local.
“Give ’em dirty needles and let ’em die. I don’t understand why we think it’s important to keep [junkies] alive.”
The CDC recommendations of requiring all states to report the names of people who test HIV positive shocked the many in the AIDS community.
The United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) released new stats just in time for the yearly World AIDS Day media feeding frenzy.
Giving condoms to teens in sex ed was more successful than an abstinence-only curriculum and did not contribute to youth having sex sooner.
The media dubbed it the Battle of Seattle. More than 50,000 wildly colorful, mostly peaceful demonst
These two have been accused of being all about AIDS, all the time.
It is just after World AIDS Day when I meet up with Nana Makhanya, a sangoma, or traditional healer, in Cape Town, South Africa.
U.S. 90 runs alongside the swamps and bayous of southern Louisiana. The old highway makes a picture-perfect Sunday drive.
AIDS and Adolescents Network of New York (AANNY) comes to an end
Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura wrestles with AIDS and pins the feds to the mat in a chat with Doug Ireland.
Lillian Thiemann was once bad news in a dark alley. Now she’s shooting from the hip about her life after “the life.”
Nondisclosing HIVers are being sent to the slammer for having sex. Arthur S. Leonard tracks a terrifying trend.
Actor Judith Light shines hers on these dark days for activism and shares Wit and wisdom with POZ Deputy Editor Jeff Hoover.
In the soup when it came time to do the disclosure deed with Big Mama and her big tribe, LeRoy Whitfield asks, “Is HIV-infected blood st...
To unlock the secret of maximizing antidepressant and antiretroviral power, the right combo is key
It doesn’t take a brain surgeon to defeat depression. But you do have to get yourself help.
Stephen Gendin enters the valley of depression and starts the climb back.
After a year of taking my meds, people began to comment on how skinny my arms and legs were.
Jock itch isn’t just for bullies anymore
Picture a traffic light that directs HIV into and out of the cells where the virus does its dirty wo
Top AIDS researcher Anthony Fauci sees the future in planned med breaks and immune boosters
Nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain: Too many HIVers accept these as business as usual—a bad idea
I became a cartoonist because of Garry Trudeau, and the three panels above are a good example of why.