In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Jane Fowler—a 70-year-old positive grandmother—just can’t stop talking about sex.
Pull up a chair to our holiday spread—turkey, trimmings and tough talk about the meaning of gratitude for people with HIV.
No matter where we are on November 24—whether around a dinner table with family and friends or in the basement of one of the thousands of...
When drugs cost too much
A doctor with HIV is also a patient
Thanksgiving leftovers that won’t foul up your diet
How to beat those body-morphing side effects...
My daily Reyataz needs a Norvir booster, which frazzles my nerves and my stomach.
The truth about superinfection
The odds of transmission during mixed-status sex
How Journals and Thank-You Lists Heal
Try a Little Tenderness
Having cheated death, an HIVer finds a way to take Fuzeon without a needle.
Reincarnated, Spencer Cox visits the middle ages
“My administration has more than tripled funding for abstinence-only programs since taking office.” —President George W. Bush
Will California—and other states—start tagging hiv positive testees?
Supreme doubts about John Roberts and HIVers
When Rent, the rock opera about love in the time of HIV, rejuvenated Broadway in 1996, HAART was barely on the cocktail menu.
HIVer rookie Tad Barnes needed help managing workplace energy drain, so POZ paired him with 14-year veteran Joe Norton to swap stories...
Think AIDS Walks are a workout? Meet these fearless fundraisers
Michael Petrelis dares to say infections are falling
As the holidays near, one HIVer tells how she told her loved ones about HIV.
Thanks But No Thanks
I can see why some gay people living with HIV would hide their status [“Bite the Bullet,”August 2005].