In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
You don't have to give up dreams of higher education because of HIV. Veteran Ricky Rivera gives Randy Piovarchy a refresher course in financia...
Everyone knows that living with HIV can be expensive. But the price paid is measured not only in dollars and cents. The virus also takes its t...
In an exclusive sneak peek at his hilarious new memoir, a self-described “positoid” relives his very first meeting with his “...
He's positive, she's negative—and together, husband-and-wife HIV educators Shawn Decker and Gwenn Barringer use intimate details of thei...
HIV's senior class studies up on symptoms and treatments
Hepatitis C, the “other virus,” is now spreading sexually—especially among gay men with HIV
A new vaccine may ease therapy for anal lesions in both sexes
Chill: Milk products may not hasten the runs after all, and that's cool news for your bones
Prezista and Aptivus are the latest approved members of the protease inhibitor (PI) HIV med class
Baked, raw, fresh or frozen, they're easy and delicious pickings— and they bolster your health
Positive XXX legend Aiden Shaw throws the book at POZ—and safe sex HIV positive gay porn veteran
How AIDS organizations can tap the corporate world and survive without Bush's bucks
You don't have to be a porn star to expose your artistic endowment
I'm hardly the first to suggest that time is money. But let me add a nuance
As peewee, high school and college players lace up for their respective sports—and the NFL kicks off—POZ asks: Should positive ath...
Why the UN's new AIDS plan is a huge letdown
Our immigration reform could poach health workers from countries ailing for more care
Washington, DC, rolled up its sleeves on June 27, National HIV Testing Day, to become the first U.S.
A novelist moves from '70s sex to HIV
River Huston lives to see another day—and another car payment
Angelica's dates make her play doctor and shrink—and that's so not hot
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