In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Young, positive and proud: The new faces of AIDS activism send you back to school
Educating Peers on the Front Lines of HIV
Safer Sex and Survival on the Streets of New York
Justin LiGreci is a typical 15-year-old -- give or take AIDS, a $20 million lawsuit and a mom on a mission
Once neglected, hepatitis C finally has PWAs talking, testing and treating
Hep C’s siblings
Hep C’s spread
After only two weeks off therapy, my viral load skyrocketed from undetectable to over a million.
“As a gay man, I’m very disappointed and, frankly, disgusted with your June 1998 issue.”
In July, New York City strap-hangers were privy to the nation’s first-ever public ad campaign
HIV gets testy in the testes
Drug ads steal activist thunder
Loose lips sink biceps
Lawsuit demands 72 hours
Doc rubs nurse wrong way
Peddler pushes plant’s perks
PWA said HMO made him do it
Proof’s in the plague
How Many Monicas?“Anonymity here is airtight: As the [Central Park Medical Associates] office
The odd one out looks back on his wonder years
No drugs, no care, no support for Nicaragua’s PWAs
Two positive young women create a moving picture
Johnson & Johnson may wish for “No more tears” after the release of Fried’s bombshell.
Clinton & Co. declare war on IV drug users
Dan Savage’s down-and-dirty sex advice is not for the PG crowd
Undercover at your job? Watch those interoffice memos!
Spring flings: From a Broadway benefit to a White House political funeral
Claude Gibney, 47; Jeffrey Lettow, 43; Charles Milhaupt, 48
For Steve Michael, activism was stronger than death
From right-wing lobbies to lax enforcement, HIV prevention is up against the wall in public schools across America
And in this corner, weighing in with hemophilia and HIV...
She says he kidnapped their daughters, he says he had to save them
Why we are more than our genes
And the man that got away
A teenage River went looking for love in all the wrong places
It’s a cliche that adults tend to forget what it was like to be young.
Staying Healthy With Nutrition
The raw deal
First reports linking protease drugs and heart disease
A powerful antioxidant gets a bum rap
How one teen gets by with a little help from her relatives
For adolescents taking antiretrovirals, counseling and peer support for adherence are key
Drug dosage divergences
Quality examination and care of adolescents with HIV
A Chinese medicine practitioner reads Sean’s yin and yang
Sources of HIV information and inspiration for teens
Do you have questions or concerns regarding New York’s mandatory HIV testing program?
Sean Sasser finds the future in a city from his past
All this one neighbor does, is bring me leftovers after a party