In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Learning how to listen to your body and calm your mind can improve your health. (Video: “An Introduction to Zen Meditation”)
When travelers’ desires intersect with sex workers’ hunger for economic survival, what happens in Jamaica doesn’t always stay in Jamaica.
People with HIV are more prone to drug-resistant staph, including recurring cases. Here’s how to steer clear of it.
For positive people who worry that HIV meds by themselves don’t seem to protect fully against HIV dementia, here’s good news.
Losing weight may be as simple as shrinking your dinner plate—and thereby reducing the portions you eat.
Diagnosed with HIV in 2006 while in prison, Stephanie Walters adopted healthier habits: She takes her meds, exercises daily and has shed 100 p...
Finding out whether you have hepatitis C virus (HCV) is getting easier—with OraSure Technologies’ OraQuick HCV test, the first rapid HCV...
When you or a loved one faces a serious illness, it’s critical to keep your circle of supporters updated—and to hear from them.
No•ce•bo: A condition brought on by reading a long list of a medication’s possible side effects; suddenly experiencing some or all of them...
Many people with HIV have wondered whether treatment breaks—stopping and starting HIV meds—could lessen long-term med side effects and...
Twenty-four seven sign on to forums.poz.com
As positive people age, cancers affecting older negative folks strike them as well.
The April 15 deadline fast approaches. Are you ready?
HIV-positive Americans are taking flight for better, cheaper facial fillers.
An author’s new work joins the past with the present.
Weird condom news from around the globe
NBC’s crime drama finally gets HIV right.
A new website focuses on positive women.
Structured treatment interruptions gave Shawn Decker a better quality of life—and a trip to the emergency room.
A Matter of My Life—and Death
I was thrilled to see my letter [about my experiences of being incarcerated and HIV positive] printed in the article “Free at Last?”
When he tested HIV positive at the age of 17, the United Kingdom’s Clint Walters was shocked not only by his diagnosis—he had only been...
The first time a group of people with AIDS from around the country got together to strategize was in 1983 at a health conference in Denver.
Table of Contents