In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
Diagnosed with HIV in 2004, Luz de Jesus Roman knows all too well that HIV disproportionately affects Latinas.
Cuba boasts the lowest rates of HIV/AIDS in the Caribbean—if not the world.
Clear the air and learn to cope with lung disease (a common companion of HIV).
We regularly discard spoiled food from the fridge, but many of us rarely check the expiration date on the tubes of antibiotic cream and bottle...
Now in its eighth edition, Our Bodies, Ourselves (The Boston Women’s Health Book Collective)—the best-selling reference manual for all...
The herbal supplement ginkgo biloba (which some people take in hopes of improving memory and concentration) might dangerously lower blood...
Many people with HIV rate medical marijuana more effective than OTC medications for neuropathy, diarrhea, anxiety and depression according..
I’ve been living with HIV since 1992, and two years ago a new HIV combo unsettled my stomach. But I found a sure cure for my uncomfortable..
Gardasil, the FDA-approved vaccine for young women to prevent some cancer-producing strains of human papillomavirus (HPV), was recently...
Two experimental therapies may ease a big HIV-related bellyache: excess deep belly fat or visceral adipose tissue (VAT).
Instead of schlepping to the doctor’s office or the lab, you may one day be able to check your HIV viral load (VL) at home.
A major component of green tea can inhibit HIV in semen, a group of German scientists has discovered.
In an initial study, Aquamid (polyacrylamide hydrogel) injections safely and effectively replaced lost facial fat (another problematic ...
Body mapping promotes healing from the outside in.
As the incidence of HIV/AIDS increases in the Latino community, why isn’t media coverage keeping pace?
Helping Asians and Pacific Islanders turn over a new leaf with HIV
POZ busts some dangerous myths about HIV.
Southern black gay men recount their life histories—including HIV.
New DVD empowers young people to do something about HIV
A friend challenges Jesse Cameron Alick with honesty.
Loss of ADAP means early termination of my life. [ADAP] is the only way I can pay for HIV meds.
When I first came to POZ three and a half years ago, I was asked on national TV whether I’d consider having a child. I said, “Yes.”
In 2002, longtime AIDS educator Dan Gallagher helped organize an AIDS Memorial Quilt display at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Yonkers...
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