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Positive Living
Table of Contents, September/October 2002


Positive Living magazine

N U T R I T I O N
A N D   H I V

A Tool to Fight Wasting
Bioelectric impedance analysis can yield important information
By Janelle L'Heureux, M.S., R.D.

W R I T E R S
W O R K S H O P

Tears of Mel Becker
By Mel Becker

H O U S I N G
I S S U E S

Programs Threatened
Poor, low-income individuals, families are at risk of homelessness
By Marlon Valdivia

W O M E N 'S 
P A G E S

My Path to Peer Advocacy
By Kimberly Howard

KidzKorner


By Emily Land

Cover photo by Paul Antico


S P O T L I G H T

Barcelona 2002

S E C T I O N   O N
P U B L I C   B E N E F I T S

Working It All Out
Showing you the way
By Rice Russell

Stretching Your Budget With Food Stamps
How to access an underutilized public benefit
By Julie Cross

Getting Your $$$
By Leslie Kline-Capelle

Making It in Business
Lynn Bridges shows how she tapped community resources to get her act together
By Lynn Bridges

When Medi-Cal Says "No" to Serostim
How to retain Serostim coverage under Medi-Cal
By Leslie Kline-Capelle

T R E A T M E N T
F I L E

Should You Enroll in a Clinical Trial?
Guiding you through the world of clinical trials
By Michael Linde

Building Better Bone
Learn why healthy bones are vital
By Marcy Fenton, M.S., R.D. and Courtney Sanders

T R E A T M E N T
N E W S

Limited T-20 Compassionate Use Program Launches in October

Study Explores Massage Therapy Benefits

Caregiving to Adult Men With HIV Studied


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