In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Meet several undocumented HIV positive immigrants struggling to live stateside. They're outside the fabled melting pot—and even farther...
A positive, former all-American football star gets drafted to another team with a goal: The Campaign to end AIDS.
Managing HIV is tough—imagine doing it blind or from a wheelchair. Two physically challenged positive people, Anthony Richardson and Gre...
Why people with HIV want cannabis from a drugstore, not a dealer
Lung cancer rates soar in people with HIV—and not because of cigarettes alone.
How one man jolted the pain that hobbles 30% of positive people
A mineral may supplement CD4s—but dose it right.
It's About Time
When HIV hooks up with erectile disfunction
Advocates rally around a radical circumcision study
Is Brazil's lifesaving free HIV treatment program about to explode?
I tried to forget all about Mother’s Day for a few years there,” says Nita Pippins.
Is American television ready for HIV positive characters to give birth? Tune in tomorrow...
Puerto Rico faces AIDS funding corruption—and a health care catastrophe?
A lingering Libyan nightmare
Illinois gambles on two new prevention bills
Scientists give HIV a killer case of insomnia
Spittin' verses and high drama—a positive troupe's ticket to healing
Will you use NYC's new line of subway-themed condoms?
An octogenarian AIDS activist takes on China
Jesse Cameron Alick finds stigma lurking in his friends' backhand compliments.
On Ann Silver's first anniversary with HIV, the gifts and life lessons arrive late.
I could relate to the two young HIV positive mothers Chelsea Gulden and Diana Ragland in the article “Labors of Love” (January 2007).
What’s your guilty pleasure? That would definitely be chocolate cake.