In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
With their multidrug resistance and dwindling T cells, HIVers desperate for “salvage therapy" remind us that in the absence of a cure, w...
Before it was trashed amidst the U.S.-led invasion, this hospital outside Baghdad was both protector and prison for its HIVers in Sadaam's Ira...
Think you've hit the end of the road? Here's a step-by-step survival guide
Could these contenders offer the neediest HIVers new hope?
By holding next year's world AIDS confab in Bangkok, will the global community be backing Thailand's practice of murdering HIVers?
Villagers with HIV in Xiongqiao, in China’s Henan Province, rallied last summer to demand bett
If you lack health insurance—and Medicaid or ADAP won’t cover needed care—point yo
In may, a New York Times investigation hit the Bayer Corp. with a headache from hell: The paper alle
POSPopular South African Parliament member Patricia de Lille has launched the country’s first
Married for 30 years, my friend Juanita agonized over an unprotected sex affair — but wouldn&r
Thirteen percent of HIVers have done the dirty without using condoms or mentioning their serostatus
Nelson Mandela declared AIDS “a world war that affects us all” in a July speech as the B
Three reality flicks duke it out to deliver a crash course on the global catastrophe
The swishily sensational showman Peter Allen, who died of AIDS in 1992, was a wizard from a different Oz—Australia.
Chris Bull’s ambitious tour of two decades of seminal AIDS writing, While the World Sleeps (Th
Nurse Know-It-All serves up some cold, HAART advice on her two favorite vices
Anonymous discloses to a devastated response—her own
My boyfriend doesn't want to have sex with me a lot of the time. So when I came home from a business trip in July to find him horny and ready...
LIFE'S A BEACHYour story on Miami [“Wish You Were Here?,” June 2003] will attract desper
The stud/slut double standard is worse than degrading—it’s downright deadly, according t
The feds’ goal of halving America’s HIV rate—now 40,000 new cases a year—by
Keeping condoms consumer-friendly takes constant innovation, especially with oral sex such a, uh, hard sell. Mint is out. What's in? These (re...
Tattoos have been getting some bad ink. A recent study found that they may put you at higher risk fo
Google “home HIV test,” and Discreet’s website pops up. “Three minutes could
Trials of Serostim (human growth hormone or HGH) to treat lipodystrophy are now joined by a study of
Reyataz (atazanavir)Bristol-Myers Squibb Class: protease inhibitor (PI) Task: HIV
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The incidence of non-Hodgkins lymphoma hasn’t fallen in the HAART era.
HAART is famous for raising cholesterol, but you're lacking in lipid linguistics?
Raise your pinkie and haul out Granny’s china: Tea might cure AIDS. Just kidding—but a n
Resistant HIV floods Europe! Superinfections sighted! Fat returns to lipo faces! This year’s b
While the big National HIV Prevention Conference in July sounded the alarm over last year’s 7.
Hiv/hepatitis C coinfection poses a dilemma: Which virus should be treated first?
To fight the stress and worry of HIV, I pray, use relaxation tapes—and sing. I let my soprano
A blood test may soon show your risk for HIV-associated dementia (HAD). Researchers in Puerto Rico a
Love don't come easy to middle-aged cabbies with HIV. M. C. Mars drives the point home
A ballsy corps of HIVers strikes up awareness