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Positive Living
Table of Contents, June/July 2002

Positive Living magazine


T-20, Protease Inhibitors in the News
By Ernie Rodriguez

Men of Color Sought for Historic AIDS Study

Combivir Users Warned About Label-Switching Reports

New STD Guidelines Issued by CDC

A L S O  T H I S

Genderizing HIV/AIDS
By Pamela Leong

That's Life

By Ric Parish

Joseph Litzinger
Cover: Joseph Litzinger, a frequent Positive Living contributor, painted the seasonal seascape featured on our cover. "It's my vision of things you find at the beach," says the Hollywood-based artist. This painting was created for the sand-floored patio of a seafood restaurant. Look for Joseph's art at the Heart Acting Studio in Larchmont Village, Birds restaurant in Hollywood, Handmade Galleries in Sherman Oaks and at the Absolut Chalk Festival in Pasadena in July. After a 25-year career as a hair colorist, Joseph now spends most of his time painting and studying investment strategies.


Positive Pedalers Ride Again!
HIV-positive cyclists hit the road in California this spring to help the community
By Ron Mackovich


It Pays to Be Picky
Produce selection is an art
By Marcy Fenton, M.S., R.D. and Senaa Bensouda

Facing the Realities of Fantasy Sex
Cybersex addiction explored
By Steven Solberg

Got Leaving on Your Mind?
When leaving may be the right thing to do
By Michael O'Connor

Crystal: The New Epidemic?
Sounding a wake-up call
By Buddy Akin


Got Sugar?
A look at diabetes
By Janelle L'Heureux, M.S. R.D.


Medals for Our Misery
Let's start giving troop HIV some recognition
By Paul Serchia

A N D   H I V

Improving Clinical Care
Medical nutrition therapy now required at many clinics
By Marcy Fenton, M.S., R.D.


Bed and Breakfast, Anyone?
By Gary Oberst


Eye on Ending Homelessness
Gov. Gray Davis launches a new initiative for California
By Marlon Valdivia

W O M E N 'S 

KidzKorner: Dispelling Some Literacy Myths
By Emily Land


APLA Hosts Open House at the David Geffen Center

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