In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
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Imagining the future of HIV research
HIVer Darren Davis reveals his latest comic book, Victoria’s Secret Service--and a studly HIV positive character in the works.
American adults touch one another much less than adults in any other culture.
Will two new meds solve the problem with protease?
Gilead Sciences says its second stab at making the U.S.’s first one-pill-once-daily HIV med has fizzled.
Hep C treatment left her healthier, though not Hep-less
A new discovery may finally skin staph
We don’t always agree with our patients’ choices.
Building access to a place you can afford
Control weight and boost health—with HIV in the mix
Remember last year, when flu vaccine shortages left you scrambling for a shot?
You knew cigarettes were bad for your health. Did you know they also muck up your sex life?
Two HIVers swap vows and celebrate their nuptials inside a nursing home
Facing skyrocketing HIV rates and only about 5% condom use, the Indian government is ribbing the populace—with vibrating rubbers.
Can circumcision save straight men from HIV?
Friends can enrich your life—and your health.
[ACT UP Paris and other] activist groups have now managed to derail several PREP [post-exposure prophylaxis] trials, arguably the most...
“Ice-Babies” (a.k.a. “meth babies”)–slang for babies born to methamphetamine addicts.
Scrawny state med programs get a small increase, as heavyweight changes loom large
South African HIV activist Nkosi Johnson, who died of AIDS at age 12 in 2001, will soon be reborn on celluloid.
HIV beauty queens past and present who rule aids activism
Hip-hoppers rhyme “HIV awareness”
Q: “Should I tell my young kids I’m positive?”
Will disclosure kill River Huston’s good vibrations?
How one HIVer successfully sampled experimental meds
The media love M.C. Mars’ gritty memoir—except the HIV part
The wonder of it all
“Southern Discomfort” does a disservice to HIVers in the South.