In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Having competed for funding, media attention and support within the African-American community, HIV-positive straight black women and HIV-posi...
“Dreamgirls” diva Sheryl Lee Ralph demands that when it comes to AIDS prevention, women of color do more than just dream.
After her brother passed away from AIDS, Elisa Mills searched for support and found none. Bernadette Berzoza helps her build a league of her o...
A history of childhood sexual abuse doesn’t have to derail your HIV treatment.
Do you take the protease inhibitor (PI) Reyataz (atazanavir)? If so, be sure to chug at least eight glasses of water a day.
Sinusitis (swelling of the sinuses in the nasal cavity) strikes 68 percent of positive people, leaving them wheezing, snuffling and aching.
Is sexual health a priority for our favorite mags?
Can packing power sooner soften resistance later?
HIV may be “manageable” for many, but we still need tools to help manage our fears.
Positive (and negative) loan partners tackle discrimination.
The key to herbal healing: Take more than a pinch
Just because I’m already HIV positive doesn’t mean we’ll have sex without protection.
A positive actor towels off his career—and makes his Broadway debut—by time-traveling to a pre-AIDS sex club.
As Irish infections rise, where in the world is Bono?
Big Brother gets under your skin.
Just how private are college medical records?
Vampire fiction has long played fast and loose with HIV-positive hematology.
Comedian Sarah Silverman peppers her stand-up act and self-titled Comedy Central series with AIDS jokes.
Houston Rockets superstar Yao Ming has a loftier goal than a league championship.
September 15, 1982, AIDS was acknowledged for the first time in the Ronald Reagan White House.
On May 30, 2007, President Bush announced: “Many HIV-positive Americans are able to lead productive lives.”
The printing and graphic design firm Nightsweats & T-cells (nightsweats.com) believes that there is one HIV treatment option that always...
On a recent eBay spree, POZ typed in “HIV” and met sellers hawking everything from a limited-edition Betty Boop AIDS ribbon pin to an...
A Missouri mom pumps up HIV awareness—by giving her leftover breast milk to African orphans.
Shari Margolese watches her HIV-positive son become a prevention rock star.
I wanted to thank you for longtime columnist Shawn Decker’s essay “Write of Passage” (June 2007).
What are you looking for in a man? Respect, compassion—and someone who can challenge me.