In every issue, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Many of the estimated 11,000 people living with AIDS in the U.S. commonwealth of Puerto Rico have been abandoned and left for dead. The local...
For 16 years, Broadway's hottest stars have dropped trou for HIV/AIDS, in the spectacularly fleshy revue Broadway Bares. A production of Broad...
Living with HIV doesn't mean you have to live with its seemingly unavoidable partner, nausea.
Anal screening can keep you ahead of cancer.
Hepatitis C (HCV), the liver-damaging virus that affects about 33 percent of HIV-positive people, is tough to treat.
The FDA recently announced that the HIV protease inhibitor (PI) Invirase (saquinavir), when taken without a Norvir (ritonavir) booster...
Using deities to teach AIDS info
You're getting sleepy...and feeling good.
Some 25 percent of HIV-positive Americans pass through prison at some point, and staying healthy can be as hard after release as it was...
If you use marijuana to ease nausea, pain and other side effects of life with HIV, Medical Marijuana Law is an indispensable guide.
HIV-positive African Americans are more likely than positive white people to develop end-stage renal disease (ESRD) requiring dialysis or...
On September 18, CBS will unveil the 17th season of its “reality” endurance competition Survivor.
Who knew that probiotics—“good” bacteria found naturally in the body—would become the main ingredient of a hot new marketing trend.
Do same-sex marriages cut the risk of HIV transmission? And is that question offensive?
Surging gas prices tank access to HIV care.
Having mastered the personal lessons of the real-life course called HIV 101, Annette Lizzul goes back to school at 43.
Jack Mackenroth's designer digs hit the Daytime Emmys.
Pencils, books and dirty looks: HIV goes back to school.
Earlier this year, iTunes Canada banned songs from Jamaican dancehall artists Elephant Man, Buju Banton and TOK because of their...
Christopher Bell’s critically acclaimed documentary Bigger, Stronger, Faster*—which hits DVD on September 30—tackles the steroid debate....
She's only 26, but UNICEF media assistant Jabulisile Tugwana has it all figured out.
A Harlem ASO geared toward female empowerment, Iris House turns 15.
I am a pregnant positive woman, and because I decided to have a baby, my friends do not always look on me favorably.
Securing the Legacy of Ryan White: Lessons From a (Nearly) Forgotten Report
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