In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
The United States is committed to fighting HIV around the world. But shouldn’t we be as vigilant at home?
POZ’s new deputy editor Oriol R. Gutierrez Jr. bravely shares how he came out twice to his beloved Latino family—the first time as gay a...
Kevin Fenton, MD, PhD, FFPH, director of National HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD and TB Prevention at the CDC, sat down for a chat with...
HIV plus aging can add up to high rates of depression. Help may be a support group—or a phone call—away.
It may matter if you’re black or white.
We’ve been telling you for some time to care for your bones.
HIV-positive people’s risk for cardio-vascular disease (CVD) can be 70 to 80 percent higher than that of negative people.
Did you know that many states’ AIDS Drugs Assistance Programs (ADAP) pay for more than HIV meds?
Peanut butter and jelly, mac and cheese, gin and tonic—some things just taste better together. Other foods, meanwhile, may team well nut...
The FDA recently revised the dosing guidelines for the HIV drug Viramune (nevirapine, a member of the non-nuke class), based on new data.
In the South, AIDS hits African-American women hard.
Prevention is the best medicine for the flu.
All over the world—including the United States—HIV-positive people can get tuberculosis (TB) too.
Not necessarily. How to keep financial woes from draining your health.
Build strength at your own speed—and without those backbreaking weights.
Never before in the 26-year history of the AIDS pandemic have we had the need, opportunity and momentum for critical change that we face...
As HIV rates in black communities soar, a genetic discovery may help explain why. But are we ready to talk about it?
The end of the long-running Broadway show creates a vacancy of HIV-positive characters.
Odd but true tales of HIV/AIDS
Marvelyn Brown, who graced our January 2006 cover, has written a startling new memoir about her life as a young, black woman fighting AIDS sti...
As POZ went to press, hundreds of HIV/AIDS activists were planning to travel in a caravan to the Mississippi Delta to protest at the...
Thomas DeLorenzo wants to renegotiate his deal with God, but first he needs universal health care.
They’ve seen fire, they’ve seen rain (and the resulting floods). Now these HIV-positive survivors of increasingly common natural disasters..
There’s a reason the motto of the Marine Corps is Semper Fidelis [and] means “Always Faithful.” Mr. Ramos is the best example of it.
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