In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
America's 2 million long-haul truckers are entrusted with delivering our meds, clothing and food. Yet federal indifference to their work condi...
Kory Montoya, a New Mexico Apache, was diagnosed with HIV in 1991. Here he marks National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, March 20, by telling...
A mealtime plan to handle diabetes and HIV in one easy serving
Trying to stop smoking? Ear magnets might work while a pill faces problems.
Can a cancer drug double as an HIV therapy?
A medical study has found benefit in something we like drinking: Downing about 2.2 cups of coffee a
Obsessing over the latest “superbug”? Relax: You can keep your body clean of infection.
How to manage your health insurance forms without a long paper trail
AIDS has affected my entire adult life. I’m pretty sure I’ve had HIV since 1986, when I
Tallying people who live with HIV can leave the community down for the count.
The CDC vs. the states in routine HIV testing
A Broadway strike muzzles HIV fund-raising efforts.
A gay African-American TV series takes sex in the city to a new, more HIV-savvy demo
The pink triangle vs. gun deaths
The University of Utah’s student newspaper recently printed AIDS-related statements (see daily
A volunteer force of doctors, scientists and activists, AIDSTruth.org has been policing global media
In an era when half of all new HIV infections occur among people under 25, The Complete HIV/AIDS Tea
This past fall, ABC’s court drama Boston Legal heralded the condom as “the single most i
A novel redraws HIV
Collin Burke, a high school senior from Madison, Wisconsin, says he took art class “by acciden
The Art in a Box program exports self-esteem to positive kids globally.
Annette Lizzul finds discrimination in the one place she thought she was safe.
FY 2008 Appropriations
A Religious ExperienceI must first commend POZ for an excellent November issue, especially the featu