In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
What does the AIDS epidemic have to do with the events of September 11? Nothing -- and everything.
I have horrible news -- two planes crashed into the World Trade Center!
But in the depressed city of Philadelphia, one chapter has defied the doomsayers-by changing all the rules.
Researchers have finally launched a study to prove whether or not HIVers can be "twice bitten" by their nasty bug.
At its raging late-'80s/early-'90s peak, ACT UP boasted some 70 chapters worldwide.
From his Islamic roots and Midwestern boyhood, through Middle East travels, crack addiction and AIDS, to September 11 and beyond, he has...
In St. Louis, a city with some 4,000 PWAs where blacks are nine times more likely than whites to get HIV, you might think citizens would...
Mychal Judge, 68, the Franciscan New York City fire department chaplain who died September 11 ministering to a fallen firefighter...
Is Seth Watkins a moron or a role model for Gen-Y gay men?
What if they gave a World AIDS Day and nobody came?
California Governor Gray Davis was hit with 5,300 signatures from concerned constituents urging him to sign a bill ensuring access to...
Southern Africa's big export this year -- just in time for World AIDS Day -- is a bushelful of TV documentaries about AIDS.
Attention, shoppers! Here's the remedy for that holiday what-to-buy horror: gifts that give twice.
Anne Heche's flighty, flinty narcissism makes her a compelling actress but proves her undoing in Call Me Crazy (Scribner, $25).
A leading STI researcher gives Rich Jefferys the scoop on the good, the bad and the experimental.
Seems like only yesterday that biotech Gilead Sciences was bowing to activist complaints over its stringent expanded-access eligibility...
What's old just might be new again if Nancy Padian, PhD, has her way.
Just because they already have a virus as big as the Ritz doesn't mean that HIVers aren't eligible for other infections.
"Care for children with HIV/AIDS is defiance against a virus that also [like terrorism] exerts deadly force against the innocent."
"Baseball Legend's HIV Link!"
Fears of future ticker trouble may put atazanavir, Bristol-Myers Squibb's new once-daily protease inhibitor (PI), on the top of many HIVers'
When the planes hit the towers, more than America's innocence was lost. Doug Ireland reports on the end of AIDS as a public issue.
After the attacks, many HIVers felt guilty, ashamed and alienated. Dr. Arthur Fox reports on what they can offer a wounded nation.
The two hardest tasks for POZ Publisher Brad Peebles and POZ Editor in Chief Walter Armstrong are deciding on a cover and writing their...
Thank you, Doug Ireland, for saying it like it is ("Missing in Action," August 2001).
"God continues to lift the curtain and allow the enemies of America to give us probably what we deserve....“