In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Managed care is making AIDS docs close up shop, but some MDs are fighting mad. Plus: How to work your HMO (an Rx for patient patients)
On the edge of opening night, Dick Scanlan takes a breath to celebrate a decade spent bringing his dream musical, Thoroughly Modern Millie..
Is HIV driving you dental? Let POZ start you on the road to oral bliss. Open up and...
After 9/11, as Arab Americans with AIDS retreat deeper into the closet, a band of brave advocates battles to strip its community of...
The news about HMOs is always a downer. The claims you file routinely get rejected or “lost.”
If mounting medical bills ever led you to desperate fantasies of grand larceny, consider this cautionary tale.
The politics of HIV prevention have provoked an Abstinence Avengers vs. Condom Crusaders slugfest inside the Bush White House.
When the World Economic Forum (WEF) chose post-9/11 New York City for its annual January gathering o
“Chanting "Liar!” some 200 San Franciscans jeered Asa Hutchinson, head of the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), in February when he said...
Korrin Krause, a 16-year-old bagger fired by a Wisconsin IGA when the grocery store learned she had HIV, won a $90,000 settlement.
HIV will soon join women and music among what can be publicly displayed in newly liberated Afghanistan.
A belated tribute is due to Larry Madeiros, 38, a leader in the hemophilia community, who died in September of hepatitis-related liver...
After a disappointing start, Bear Me builds, chapter by chapter, a euphony of voices searching for answers and salvation.
Even if you have more than 57 channels, there’s not necessarily anything to watch -- not with a viral twist, at least.
Olympic organizers braved host-state criticism to provide 12,000 condoms to athlete participants.
The Body website (www.thebody.com) just got more shapely with an online show featuring art by 12 of the women of Visual AIDS.
“Ominous News for AIDS Victims,” warned the headline at CBS.com, reflecting its TV coverage.
By the close of the wonkish wonderland in Seattle known as the 9th-annual Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, 2002...
Merck & Co. had the Seattle confab buzzing by announcing a year-long safety test of its HIV vaccine in a small group of negative volunteers.
A single HIV mutation -- not monkeying around -- killed a Harvard University primate in a promising vaccine trial.
Could solving the prickly mystery of how CD4 cells are lost lead to new approaches to therapy?
BMS’ vamped-up version of Sustiva (efavirenz) hit the market in February.
When cocaine is given to mice infected with HIV, the stimulant increases the virus’ ability not only to reproduce (200-fold!) but also to...
Research pioneer David Barry, MD, died of a heart attack in January at 58.
Entering a study of long-term nonprogressors, LeRoy Whitfield finds it’s not just his blood that’s under the microscope.
Falling in love but feeling infectious? Therapist Patrick Califia helps you get a grip on HIV intimacy issues.
I’ve failed. Chances are, you have, too. We are all living, breathing treatment failures.
I have been fired up all week after reading your article on lipodystrophy and New-Fill [“Feds Nix Lipo Fix,” January 2002].
Positive mom Marcy Zadanowsky Yearby and son Ricky are celebrating Mother’s Day no.15-and counting
South Africa’s first locally produced generic HIV meds are in the final stage government approval.