In every issue of POZ, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Heir to a tradition of pioneer women who traveled West for emancipation, public servant Judith Billings wears her politics on her lapel
Why one high-profile PWA is ready to cast his vote for Bill Clinton
Bob Dole may not be your worst nightmare, but his record suggests bad news for PWAs
Refuse to bow down to the bloody idol of the Two-Party System! Resist! Revolt!
We look at political tactics from both sides now
An Update on "Fifty for the Future"
The man who sent his sled to City Hall
In training with sports enthusiast Mark Enos
An excerpt from Tarnished Sequins: A Decade of AIDS Fundraising in Hollywood and the Fashion Industry
Curbing sugar and taking herbs can help stop nagging candida infections
Johns Hopkins researchers studied people with HIV for five years tracking the incidence of "adverse events" linked to the use of AIDS drugs.
Champions of abstinence should also warn against TWA and cheese souffle
What's a nice Jewish girl to do when she can't find a man? Go shopping!
Hormone therapy can improve your sex life -- so can a more affectionate approach
The head of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee's been taking hostages of his own
Bob Dole has not been tested for HIV since receiving a transfusion in 1981, when the virus was rampant in the blood supply.
High-dose clarithromycin can kill
For PWAs, carnitine is an essential amino
The guidelines published below for using viral-load tests were developed by a physicians' panel of the International AIDS Society-USA.