In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
New Yorkers don't just quietly survive. We wear our survival the way we wear Yankees caps, hotpants, dashikis, gold chai pendants, rainbow fla...
Will the face I won't show you be the one that betrays me?
Protease combos were billed as a miracle. While the meds saved many lives, most HIVers could have been spared side effects, premature re...
What is lipodystrophy? Lipo disrupts the body's usual methods of processing and dist
When doctors and parents disagree on HAART for kids with HIV, "when to start" goes to court
Are priorities at the United Nation's Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria all screwe
HIVers cheered when the U.S. Supreme Court popped its HIV cherry with its first AIDS-specific decisi
Hannah Sandeen, 11, of Des Moines, Iowa, and her stepbrother, Nile, 17, have one of those intense bo
President Bush's "compassionate conservatism" was in full June bloom as he persuaded Senate Republic
Denial killed the denialist; treatment killed the treatment activist. This cautionary tale-with-a-tw
Lose the turtleneck and save your own. That's the growing consensus as studies increasingly suggest
"Cover your boner or be a loner" may not be the lyric that leaps to mind at the sight of an orange-t
It starred research doctors, not Hollywood divas, but May's Microbicides 2002 conference in Antwerp,
More than half of Lithuania's 11,000 prisoners refused meals for eight days in June to dramatize the
Heads up, head 'hos: A Spanish study in the June Journal of AIDS asserts that deep-throating is a lo
Imagine popping two tiny pills in the morning -- and going on with your day, your chemical shield ag
Down under, two teams of scientists took what may be a giant step in immune rebooting in June when t
HIV's habit of invading your CD4 cells, commandeering the DNA to reproduce itself and then destroyin
Banned worldwide after its notorious branding as the culprit behind a generation of babies with "fli
Could it be? A magic bullet to eliminate those gross growths caused by genital and anal human papill
Tryin'a make a shady buck off the HAART-deprived Third World, eh? That's the j'accuse! a July sign-o
Some trends are better left unfollowed. Take the newly dubbed "disconnect syndrome" -- when both you
The soon-to-be-approved injectible, T-20, has been hailed as the next big thing in salvage therapy.
"Elegant Fighter. Tough Customer"(1951-2002)
About 75 miles south of New Orleans lies Dulac County, where the United Houma Nation and other tribe
San Francisco's AIDS Emergency Fund, which provides fast money for poor PWAs, celebrated its 20th bi
Stephen Gendin, one of the founders of POZ and a leading AIDS activist, died just over two
Aloha! Life's A BeachAs a long-term nonprogressor (LTNP) living healthy and without an opportunistic
From ACT UP to the beltway, MoisÃ©s Agosto wrote the book on AIDS activism. Now he's writing poetry &nb...
Stephen Gendin, one of the founders of POZ and a leading AIDS activist, died just over two years ago on July 19, 2000. Like Kiyoshi Kuromiya,...