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Body Positive
Table of Contents, August 2001

Body Positive Magazine; cover art by Joyce McDonald

R E G U L A R  C O L U M N S

Body Positive
Creed

"You Are Not Alone"
by Jim Lewis and Michael Slocum

Healthy Living
"Feelin' Stronger Every Day"
by Sean P. Crawford

BP Spotlight
"The Benefits Counseling Program"
by Lori Thomas

Newsline

Resources

Masthead

Reading AIDS: The Body Positive Book Reading Club
Re-Release of And the Band Played On: Politics, People and the AIDS Epidemic
by Randy Shilts

Research Notebook
"DHEA: Is It Useful for Treating Depression?"
by Judith Rabkin

The Last Word: Positively Poetic
"Memories"
Poems by Antoinette-Marie Williams and Candido G.

 

F E A T U R E
A R T I C L E S

Twenty Years of AIDS
An exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York (with photos for Body Positive by Daniel Hendrick) plus a timeline of major events

The United Nations Report on the State of the Global Epidemic
Excerpts from the UN's most recent report on one of the world's greatest public health threats
from UNAIDS

Global AIDS: The Big Picture
An exploration of the international epidemic, and how it got so out of control
by Raymond A. Smith

Joyce McDonald, creator of the cover sculpture "Prayer of Hope," notes that "Compassion, love and prayer are such blessings for those diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. They give us power and hope as we fight AIDS worldwide."


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