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POZ November 2006

POZ November 2006

In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.

Features

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Practicing What She Preaches: Kay Warren, wife of Rick Warren, has stepped up to the pulpit with a sermon all her own.

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...

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Keeping the Faith: HIV positive Rev. Dr. Keith Riddle helps positive church leader Charlene Bowen-Kea minister to other positive people

HIV positive Rev. Dr. Keith Riddle helps positive church leader Charlene Bowen-Kea minister to other positive people—and to herself.

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Missionary Man: Cory Norlund abandoned his fundamentalist Christian roots for a life less Biblical, centering on sex, men and drugs.

Cory Norlund abandoned his fundamentalist Christian roots for a life less Biblical, centering on sex, men and drugs. Then, after years on the...

Living

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Raging Bull

Testosterone therapy glitches can morph positive people into incredibly angry hulks.

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Belly Flop

Does gastrointestinal HIV squash treatment?

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Dances With Dog

I deal with stress—-from HIV or anything else—by dancing.

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Stop, Go, But Proceed With Caution

Are on-off treatment breaks a dream vacation—or a holiday from health?

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Sneak Peek

What if a genetic screening could foretell how your body would handle HIV—and maybe even predict that you wouldn't need meds? 

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Bar Exam

Which so-called power snacks cram both fuel and flavor?

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Thanks in Advance

Stuff your Turkey Day with these sinful—but healthful—dishes

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Word Up!

You're a poet, and you don't know it: Writing workshops help positive people create healthy lives one stanza at a time

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What Gives

Whatever holiday you're celebrating, POZ's 2006 gift guide offers a little something for the naughty, the nice and those in between. 

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Team Spirit

When first diagnosed with HIV, more than 15 years ago, I sought a spirit to save me.

Talking

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Deal or No Deal?

Does the most recent “breakthrough” in monitoring a partner's HIV status, the STFree Card, guarantee protection from the virus, or...

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Electile Dysfunction

This Election Day, make AIDS count in the voting booth—and keep it counting.

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Take as Directed

Africans reliably pop HIV pills

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Silver Screening

With this sharp AIDS film, Hollywood's celluloid count rises.

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Race for a Cure?

The NAACP makes AIDS a civil rights issue

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Rio Bravo

A small Brazilian ASO believes that there really is power in numbers.

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Time of the Month

It ain’t easy being a calendar girl.

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That Masked Man

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...

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Reins of Terror

Whoa is me, says Doug Ireland, as Bush's AIDS posse retreats from the truth

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I'm Outta Here

Jim Huntting can't think outside the box until HIV lets him live outside it too.

etc.

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Editor's Letter-November 2006

Leap of Faith

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Mailbox-November 2007

As an HIV/AIDS counselor, I am excited to see the mentoring articles in POZ and the mentoring program you have started.

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Catch of the Month-November 2007

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.

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