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The Best of Body Positive

December 2002


Did you know that you can access the past six years of Body Positive magazine right on the Web? The text (and many of the graphics) from more than sixty back issues can be viewed any time, day or night, at the HIV/AIDS Web site, The Body, by visiting www.thebody.com/bp/bpix.html and clicking on the month you wish to view. (While you are at The Body, you might also want to take a look around at the Web site itself -- it is full of fascinating, important, and up-to-the-minute information about HIV/AIDS.)

Below, we have compiled a list of some of the "Best of BP" since 1996, articles that we believe are still interesting and important. Because of rapid changes in such areas as science and technology and law and policy, only fairly recent articles related to technical aspects of treatment or legal issues have been included. However, the full range of other articles are represented below. So go take a look! (And feel free to print out and photocopy articles.)


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Families and Children


Women's Issues


People of Color


Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender


Prison Issues


Psychological/Mental Health Issues


Substance Use


Dating and Relationships


AIDS History


Support


Older Adults


Regions and Neighborhoods


The Arts


Nutrition and Fitness


International


Law and Policy


Employment and Benefits


Treatment Issues

(Note: Due to rapid changes in science and technology, only articles after 2000 are included in this section)


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