In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
The moment is ripe for us to collectively change our futures—but to do so, we must add our voices to the national discussion.
Your willingness to speak up or take action as an advocate could vastly influence your life—and those of millions of people with HIV...
That’s when you should waste time panicking over swine flu. Here’s what you need to know about HIV and H1N1.
How to be an amazing AIDS advocate
At long last, women get some answers on whether HIV affects them differently than men.
An experimental device promises to help you take your HIV meds—and maybe even monitor their levels.
Cancer survival rates keep climbing for HIV-positive people. Here’s news about two cancers more prevalent among people living with the...
HIV Drug News
Nurses rival doctors at keeping HIV-positive patients healthy. That’s what a South African study concluded after nearly two years of observati...
Every week, it seems, brings new evidence linking vitamin D to health.
POZ gives you the scoop on what to put in your cart—and what to throw back—at the 99 cents store.
Help (and padding) for derrieres diminished by fat loss
Rapid at-home HIV testing is inching closer to reality. Is that a good thing?
A German HIV prevention campaign starring Adolf Hitler ignites controversy.
Four generous groups reached deep into their pockets to combat HIV/AIDS.
ACT UP chapters reemerge to combat AIDS apathy and service disparities.
Great HIV/AIDS news on the legal front
Shawn Decker visits a town hall on health care reform.
Smells Like Team Spirit
In 1985, while becoming a licensed practical nurse, Vanessa Mills cared for people living with HIV/AIDS.