In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Here’s the Jamaica you’ll never see in those rum-and-reggae resort ads.
Miami sound-bite machine Jesse Sanchez, 19, always camera-ready, recasts his recent HIV diagnosis into a fierce new ambition.
Two students—one HIV negative and in high school, the other HIV positive and in college—dish about school, friends and life as teen AIDS.....
After years of HIV combo therapy, some are trying a boosted protease inhibitor—all by itself.
An alternative liver helper may live up to its rep.
Some positive people don’t need meds. Are their genetic mysteries about to crack HIV’s code?
Depressed? Isolated? Feel uncomfortable in an HIV support group because you’re over 50—and don’t want anyone to know you’re positive?
Did you know the flu can break your heart?
Treatment “access” takes more than just the drugs.
Around the world, less than 5% of men who have sex with men (MSM) have access to HIV prevention and care.
Thailand’s prevention guru is at it again.
Does your partner’s pleasure include yours?
I’ve heard that HIV can spur bone loss. Can exercise help me stay stronger longer?
This HIV prevention expert fights for your right to party.
How—and why—the “down low” became an enduring, race-specific cultural myth of HIV and infidelity.
HAART and Harvest cooks up med side-orders
Will any royal ever match Diana’s AIDS majesty?
How to teach the MySpace and YouTube set about HIV? Get them where they live—online.
A South African soccer program takes HIV to the field.
It seemed touch-and-go there at the 2007 Miss Universe finals, on May 28—as if any of the five finalists could walk off with the tiara.
September 17–20 -- The world’s top researchers invade Chicago to talk HIV, antimicrobial agents and chemo.
As summer winds down and fall court cases heat up, a jury summons may be headed toward your mailbox.
Any positive person could tell you that living with the virus can require superhuman endurance.
Canadian journalist Stephanie Nolen’s new book, 28: Stories of AIDS in Africa (Walker & Company, 2007), follows 28 characters from a...
Perhaps from the folks who brought us such curious medical euphemisms as “partially pregnant” and “totally cured,” we have “full-blo...
How Bienestar, a preeminent Latino AIDS service organization, has prevailed against decades of stigma and stereotyping.
May Sweeps The entire May 2007 issue of POZ was amazing!
What does “exfarmboysd” stand for? I grew up on a small farm in western Pennsylvania.