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Kay Warren, wife of Rick Warren, the international religious icon and author of the best-selling The Purpose Driven Life, has stepped up to th...
HIV positive Rev. Dr. Keith Riddle helps positive church leader Charlene Bowen-Kea minister to other positive people—and to herself.
Cory Norlund abandoned his fundamentalist Christian roots for a life less Biblical, centering on sex, men and drugs. Then, after years on the...
Testosterone therapy glitches can morph positive people into incredibly angry hulks.
Does gastrointestinal HIV squash treatment?
I deal with stress—-from HIV or anything else—by dancing.
Are on-off treatment breaks a dream vacation—or a holiday from health?
What if a genetic screening could foretell how your body would handle HIV—and maybe even predict that you wouldn’t need meds?
Which so-called power snacks cram both fuel and flavor?
Stuff your Turkey Day with these sinful—but healthful—dishes
You’re a poet, and you don’t know it: Writing workshops help positive people create healthy lives one stanza at a time
Whatever holiday you’re celebrating, POZ’s 2006 gift guide offers a little something for the naughty, the nice and those in between.
When first diagnosed with HIV, more than 15 years ago, I sought a spirit to save me.
Does the most recent “breakthrough” in monitoring a partner’s HIV status, the STFree Card, guarantee protection from the virus, or...
This Election Day, make AIDS count in the voting booth—and keep it counting.
Africans reliably pop HIV pills
With this sharp AIDS film, Hollywood’s celluloid count rises.
The NAACP makes AIDS a civil rights issue
A small Brazilian ASO believes that there really is power in numbers.
It ain’t easy being a calendar girl.
Build a mask that tells us who you are. That’s the challenge John Keasler posed to the men in his fellowship group on their weekend...
Whoa is me, says Doug Ireland, as Bush’s AIDS posse retreats from the truth
Jim Huntting can’t think outside the box until HIV lets him live outside it too.
Leap of Faith
As an HIV/AIDS counselor, I am excited to see the mentoring articles in POZ and the mentoring program you have started.
What’s your most “cos_tly” relationship advice? It may sound cruel, but it is better to be the one who is more loved in a relationship.