In every issue of POZ, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Moises didn’t know how to dance. For a Puerto Rican, that is worse than death.
More people with HIV are going under the knife. Here’s how.
Skeptics say, “Throw the condoms away.” But with drug-resistant virus, STDs and other risks, positive couples are thinking twice.
Keith Lewis puts a positive spin on the modeling business
Theresa Mirabile survives the Mob, drugs and AIDS in the family
Dr. Alan Morrison’s headside manner
Despite the hype, Cynara Chapman-Dillon doesn’t feel any better
Tom Bianchi shoots from the hip
Young girls with HIV--put the blame at Donna Shalala’s cold feet
Your thoughts on our April issue.
An HIV heretic hails Charles Orleb, hero
AIDS awareness goes pop
Embarassment of riches at drug confab
Is Donna putting politics before lives?
Peron’s joint reopens as he faces life behind bars
Officials stonewall on study of THC benefits
HIV hooker under house arrest for talking sex
Olympian is a lightning rod for loathing
“Docs with HIV, down with your scalpels!”
But experts pooh-pooh panicked moms
Was a serial syringe stabber on the loose?
APLA sues author of dishy tome
What’s being said about HIV/AIDS
How the boy next door made the world a safer place for gays and lesbians
Some AIDS disabilities are only in the eye of the beholder
In New York’s streets
ER shows that AIDS on TV doesn’t always equal death
The obituary page has never been the same since the onset of the AIDS epidemic.
As Miss America, Leanza Cornett went where no activist had gone before
If life is a box of chocolates, then eat the whole damn thing
This boy’s not giving up the butt without a fight
The day the suits seized the street
Music, books and theater
A defense of beauty and brotherhood, muscles and manly love
To HIV positive lensperson David Morgan, a good guffaw is the best medicine
Life’s indeed a pageant, but you’re the only judge
Our pets follow us faithfully--even into sickness
Uh-oh. Love means eventually having me to say you’re HIV
Is losing your looks really that bad? One man says yes
The weights harbor herpes, the Stairmaster sprouts staph, and the sauna--don’t ask!
Purging your toxins can boost your health
One piece of any wasting-prevention program is getting enough of this vital nutrient
Shoring up an essential mineral can strengthen immune function and more
A new study warns against the dangers of blood transfusions
Sean Strub’s standard blood work suggests good health
Working out, watering down and eating well--all help you look good
Gay glamourboy Thom Collins goes straight and narrow
Makeup is expensive to seem magical.