In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Fallen pop star. Sex-abuse survivor. Psych patient. Recovering addict. Jewish suburban girl. Voice of female empowerment.
HIV infections keep rising in India. But they have fallen drastically among one group: the country's sex workers. These global prevention lead...
Alternative methods can help us keep a positive health profile. Are they right for you?
In January, the Swiss Federal Commission for HIV said what many HIV-positive people have been saying—or hoping—for a long time.
Do you remember when you were 3? I do.
Sensational news stories of late suggest that drug-resistant staph (MRSA, for methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus) is spreading...
Some meds just don’t blend well.
Since August 2007, the FDA has approved three new HIV meds.
Now first-time Reyataz users can take acid blockers too.
Proteins aren’t important just in your diet.
A recent report found that many restaurants serve tuna laden with high levels of mercury.
Hepatitis C is a two-timer.
A drink with your HIV cocktail
A large international HIV study announced some unexpected results in January.
A study called ENHANCE has revealed that people taking the cholesterol-lowering drug Vytorin, a combo of the statins Zetia (ezetimibe) and..
As new HIV infections among U.S. women keep rising, a new study probes America's attitudes toward positive ladies. And the findings ain't pret...
An HIV prevention program searches for runaway youth.
A law demands that pregnant women be tested for HIV—and one activist calls it a huge belly flop.
POZ rewinds three of the Internet's hottest celeb sex tapes to see if the stars put latex in the picture.
Bring a rubber to the kegger?
Porn's magically appearing condom
This past December, Indian power lifter Khundrakpam Pradipkumar Singh, 37, nabbed one of the country’s top bodybuilding titles.
In the past, they would leave their temples only to beg for rice.
It’s hardly unusual: revealing your HIV status while under the influence of alcohol.
Indiana Jones embarks on his fourth treasure hunt May 22, in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
A gay cyber soap picks up where old-fashioned prevention campaigns left off.
HIV infections are rising among gay men, and research has suggested that crystal methamphetamine addiction, which lowers sexual...
To soothe Africa's AIDS orphans, the world's artists craft funky cradles.
POZ talks to former U.S. Assistant Surgeon General Susan Blumenthal, MD, about tackling HIV/AIDS among women around the world—and invite...
Women on the Verge
I struggle daily with maintaining optimism. [The Stirlings’] story touched me deeply—it has given me an added dose of hope.