In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Longtime HIV/AIDS advocates Dawn Averitt Bridge and Mary Fisher discuss why women are particularly vulnerable to the virus.
Many things have contributed to the fact that HIV/AIDS is now the No. 1 cause of disease and death among women ages 15 to 44 worldwide.
A report in the November 2009 issue of AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses showed that crystal meth makes HIV reproduce faster.
We need more info about how HIV affects menstruation and menopause—and positive women can help provide it.
This locket can hold key medical information close to your chest.
Some positive people resort to unorthodox regimens.
HIV drug news
Late last year, U.S., European and global HIV treatment guidelines all included new recommendations for when to start HIV meds. The trend is t...
A clinic uses massage to communicate about HIV health.
POZ editor-in-chief Regan Hofmann sits down with Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) to discuss the state of the epidemic in America and her c...
On World AIDS Day last year, the New York City Council—in cooperation with local AIDS service organizations—launched “I Tal...
52 simple tips for making a difference in the struggle against AIDS
MÃ·AÃ·C attacks AIDS in the Caribbean
"Status Is Everything"
I Am Woman
Dennis deLeon, president of the Latino Commission on AIDS (LCOA), died of heart failure in New York City on December 14, 2009. He was 61. POZ...
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