Letter From the Editor
With this issue of Body Positive, we introduce a number of changes in design and format. As you may have noticed, we are now full-color throughout the magazine and are using a higher quality paper stock. We also now have a more open, colorful, and accessible format employing a larger typefont, all the design work of Publications Coordinator Carlos N. Molina.
Editorially, we have also added a newsletter-style section at the end of the magazine called "BP Spotlight" which will provide more information about "programs and services of Body Positive, Inc." as well as the letter from our Executive Director. This month, Coordinator of Volunteer and Client Support Services Tim Wearne tells us about BP socials, in particular a new initiative for positive gay men that has people buzzing: "The HIVe." Due to declining interest, the Positive Connections column has been discontinued but our other sections such as Psychologically Speaking, Research Notebook, Healthy Living, and others are carrying on.
Most of all, our fundamental commitment to bringing you timely and important information about the world of HIV/AIDS remains unchanged. In this month's issue, for instance, all three of our lead stories consider the challenges facing AIDS services in New York City and beyond in such areas as food services, ADAP programs, and protecting a disability claim. So what are you waiting for? Get started!
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