In every issue of POZ, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
People who don’t deal with social services have no idea.
Joyce Dorsey rises from rags to research
A former executive turns business savvy into survival
Green acres and pink fingernails on a rural arts commune
Today’s special? Discrimination in aisle five.
History will surely record last year as one marking a dramatic shift in the treatment prospects for many people with HIV.
Hoffman-La Roche, maker of saquinavir (Invirase), stands accused of shoddy, if not shady, R&D.
Out-of-range blood values don’t have to spell trouble -- but check carefully
Michelle Lopez makes damn sure she and her daughter get cutting-edge treatment
Simple remedies to dry up sinus problems
Food co-ops are a great way to get cheaper, better vittles -- and to network
Grapefruit juice may skew, for better or worse, the effects of some meds
Garlic: Potent antifungal
If you have a private Disability policy
Our hemo stud and his Juliet have a bumpy ride
Do protease-based recoveries threaten PWAs’ disability benefits?
You don’t have to suffer from PMS and menstrual irregularities
Play the game, change the name, everything stays the same
What does River want? Peace and quiet, hot sex, a mind-reader...
The treatment needs of women with HIV have been given short shrift -- by doctors, researchers, drug companies and community organizations.
It’s 5 am. Are those night sweats or money worries?