In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
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This month, thousands of activists will take part in the ambitious campaign to end aids.
Meet 10 people with HIV making C2EA their mission
In 1996, 6-year-old Raven Lopez became our first cover (little) girl. A decade later, she’s well on her way to becoming a woman.
The September harvest is a time of great expectation—and great anxiety.
Prescribing Disclosure—by his own example.
How well do you know your meds? These three HIVers can even visualize their regimens.
Two new studies confirm what every chocoholic knows: The quickest way to our hearts is that divine delectable.
When will entry inhibitors exit the pipeline to keep HIV from getting into your club?
Japanese scientists are pushing an entry blocker, AK602, into human trials.
OK, you didn’t win any summer swimsuit competitions. Now, let HIVer and pro trainer Jeffrey Gross buff you into fall.
Jeff Gross helps you get up, get fit and stay there.
The feds’ willow program empowers women HIVers.
Defrost your sex drive and cool anxiety
Nuke HIV testing?
A black-and-white issue
Tackling teen treatment and privacy
Congress is set to finalize plans to slash Medicaid by $8-10 billion this month.
No more excuses! Plan for retirement now.
Got the need to pray? Seek and ye shall find a kinder version of your first faith.
How they found the light
"In the aftermath of September 11, 2001, the United States tends to define all national security concerns through the prism of terrorism.”
Why won’t the U.S. stick up for clean needles?
Russia—Since the ’80s, more than 70% of reported HIV cases have been among drug injectors.
Feds say no to medical marijuana, but states answer: “dude, back off.”
Canada’s got it all—gay marriage, cheaper meds and, now, looser entrance rules for HIVers.
“Would it be easier to date a person who has HIV?”
Can Joe Westmoreland meet his deeply devout Mom halfway?
Anonymous craved steamy, uncomplicated sex—until she actually had it.
An Activist’s Tricks To Make Hope Stick At Home After C2EA
Hope on the march
“White Smoke in Our Eyes” [June 2005] calls the Catholic Church’s stance on condom use “oversimplistic” without actually explaining...