In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
At 17, Dominique is falling hard—and forgoing the condoms—for an older man with an unknown past.
You don’t listen to me! You don’t work with me! You don’t respect me! You’re not honest with me! Lovers’ quarrel?
I was deeply touched by the article featured in the May 2003 issue.
Passive no more, positive have-nots hand over their pesos, rupees, and limparis to aid the ailing Global AIDS Fund. Will fatter cats follow?
Got needle-phobe friends who balk at getting tested for HIV?
In case you think of Viagra as a condom in pill form, the warning that Pfizer slips into each package is sure to set you straight.
Could an upstart diaphragm offer women condom-worthy HIV protection?
That November morning in 1997 was gray and windy, as if it already knew.
Rana Ross, bass guitarist for Sinboy and a 20-year AIDS survivor, died of liver failure May 3 at 41.
As hepatitis C ravages U.S. prisons, a district court judge has allowed the 30 percent of Oregon inmates with the virus to join a suit...
If your eyes glaze over at global AIDS stats, a new three-author book, Global AIDS: Myths and Facts, will help you focus.
Why is an army of rapist getting HIV meds, while its victims are left to die?
1985: The CDC announces that AIDS shows no signs of spreading to heteros and “is not easy to catch.”
Suddenly you’re facing a fork in the road-your doc wants to change your combo. Should you follow your Doc’s lead or hit the breaks?
Due to poor adherence, HAART may not work for about 50 percent of HIVers, according to docs at a confab in May.
If you and your boo are both HIV positive, and you’ve deep-sixed the condoms because you think the risk of superinfection is a myth, yet...
New classes of antiretrovirals aren’t gushing out of the pipeline today, but you can spot plenty of old stand-bys in new get-ups.
Julia was 23 and working New York City’s streets to feed a drug addiction when Joyce Wallace, MD, pulled up in a van.
20% of serodiscordant gay male couples in a study preferred the female Reality Condom to a male condom for anal sex.
Some pains in the ass are treatable-like these two:
Our pals across the pond, who tend to be less treatment trigger-happy than U.S. HIV docs, dropped a new bombshell.
These lab tests help steer your treatment the right way
On June 20, shortly before President Bush’s whirlwind tour of Africa, America’s AIDS advocates sent him a remarkable letter.
It’s never too late to say Alhoa
A flighty comment made by Continental Airlines CEO Gordon Bethune at an April aviation conference in Denver incensed AIDS advocates...