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Reverend Stacey Latimer is an HIV-positive military vet who speaks openly about his relationships with men.
In the two years since POZ last charted AIDS in its new U.S. epicenter—the South—infection rates have continued to rise in the reg...
Brenda Chambers and Leslie Williams share how they kicked their drug and alcohol habits while supporting their families and surviving HIV.
Our goal is to stay healthy by outrunning HIV. But is it smarter to get a head start or come from behind?
A timeline of HIV therapy trends
Some positive men ditch condoms—and forego sperm washing—to make babies safely with negative women.
A simple lab exam allows positive people to avoid a dangerous reaction to the HIV med abacavir.
Without a lot of dough or high-tech equipment, hospitals can conquer a dangerous infection.
A new report exposes the often prohibitive hidden treatment costs of otherwise free HIV care.
Managing HIV and herpes, one step at a time.
In light of the many HIV treatment advances, are we forgetting to set our sights on a cure?
AIDS stigma washes up on Papua New Guinea.
Scotland and Afghanistan share an epidemic.
Demand to hear the candidates’ AIDS strategies.
What does it take to get youth to learn their HIV status?
Click on a virtual candle online and ignite a flame for AIDS awareness.
Happy 20th anniversary to Paul Lekakis’s 1987 party anthem “Boom Boom Boom (Let’s Go Back to My Room)."
By de-emphasizing their HIV status in an online profile, will HIV-positive people more easily find love—or letdowns?
“Hot Spots,” a chart in the May 2007 Women’s Health (WH), exposed the countries whose populations have the most active sex lives.
Talk about camera-ready.
Michael De Jong, author of Clean: The Humble Art of Zen-Cleansing has boiled down housekeeping to five key elements—four of which are ed...
One woman puts the bike pedal to the metal, taking the ride of her life to fight AIDS.
Shawn Decker never thought he’d outlive his HIV doc—so he never said goodbye.
Saturday Night Fever turns 30—taking me back where I belong.
Down in the Delta
Peter McQuaid’s column “Big Gulp” (July/August), on finding humor in living with HIV, was very hard to swallow.
Which show must you TiVo? Judge Judy. She’s to the point, fair and hilarious. Everything I would want to be if I were a middle-aged woman.