In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Jake Glaser, son of late HIV positive AIDS activist Elizabeth Glaser, shoulders his mother's legacy of helping children infected with HIV.
AIDS stole their parents. Now, the enduring children—some of them HIV positive themselves—are coming of age.
The pins and needles of neuropathy have a toehold on positive people. But new therapies may finally start to untangle the tingles.
The non-nuke category may soon get some support from a new classmate.
'Tis the season: What's your flu IQ?
Embryonic stem cells fuel a futuristic HIV therapy
Some curb HIV without meds. Knowing why may help the rest of us
He Ain't Heavy
Whether on the job, on a date or hanging with Mom: How to survive rejection's cold shoulder
Fast Times at HIV High
Will the Gates and Buffett bucks deliver a cure?
Forty-eight years ago, on October 6, my mother was taken to the hospital to bring me into the world.
A baffling new strain of HIV is infecting popular culture: People are lying about their status to guarantee fame and fortune.
Massachusetts and Delaware stop sticking it to needle exchanges for IV drug users
Will Californians cash in on a case that allows them to sue their suspected infector?
The United Nations looks to the ladies
Elizabeth Taylor storms into New Orleans with an HIV caravan
This prep school clique takes a break from the books and the boys—and gets all mean on the virus.
In the fight against stigma, has Spencer Cox divulged too much information?
Michael James spares a dime for the needy—then contracts a need of his own.
We Are Family
I have just read “Barely Legal” (July 2006), about the criminal prosecution of people with HIV.
What’s your relationship mantra? Be honest about who you are and what you need to be happy.