In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
By cuddling kiddies, Alicia Keys, Oprah and other celebs are putting a human face on AIDS in Africa.
Amid the media frenzy over black men who have secret sex with other men—and give their women HIV—few speak of the fears that fuel the DL's...
No longer feuding (much), top activists have united under the name AIDS Treatment Activists Coalition to fight for what you need.
Want to support the Global Fund— or just one HIVer? Here's how to get your money to Africa.
The Black Men’s Xchange: Brings brothers of all sexualities together for honest talk
Months after Ronald Reagan’s grin and his flag-draped coffin inundated the media, many HIVers are still reeling from the disconnect...
Zen and the art of IV-needle reform
Pharma comes together over Africa - and challenges cheaper generics
At the June G8 economic summit in Georgia, world leaders touted plans for a global consortium to speed AIDS-vaccine development.
The CDC axes AIDS orgs in its newest funding follies
On May 20, the FDA barred gay men and intravenous-drug users from donating sperm because of the groups’ at-risk HIV reputations.
HIV Hits India's Big Screen
A film fest proves AIDS oughta be in pictures
This fall, school yourself by brushing up on AIDS 101 with a stack of new texts.
Ivan Oransky, MD, peers into the pipeline to see what's taking so long
Pressed by AIDS activists, since 1987 the FDA has put some drugs on “fast track” to speed the approval process.
Every second, nine Viagra tablets are dispensed worldwide.
My biggest HIV complaint is peripheral neuropathy, a side effect of d4T (Zerit).
A small Brazilian study found that the dietary supplement glutamine relieves diarrhea and wasting in HIVers.
A study claims one regimen goes with HIV—and you—like PB&J
We all need ways of relieving the stress of living with HIV.
The next big drug hatches hitches
Do your eyes glaze over when Doc starts explaining lactic acidosis?
Anonymous adds up who knows she's positive, who doesn't—and why
Bracing for her first anniversary, commitment-phobe River Huston decides that she's better off wed
After 14 years of volunteering for the NAMES Project, this is no longer the same Quilt I signed up to serve.
An HIVer brings her jailbird hubby home
The Price Is Right. The Young and the Restless. Phil Donahue. It’s 1985, and I am grateful for the TV in the waiting room.