When 15,000 athletes and officials descend on the Olympic Village in Atlanta, they will find more than a few diversions. There are movie theatres, souvenir shops, a coffeehouse, a dance club, a bowling alley—even an electronic games pavilion, home to the latest in high-tech arcade machines, and a socalled Surf Shack, where athletes can explore the Internet.By JOE CHIDLEY7 min
Just 18 months ago, Suzana Murni Spiritia, a 24-year-old graphic artist living in Jakarta, Indonesia, tested positive for HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. After giving her the grim news, Spiritia’s doctor recommended that she take the antiviral drug AZT to slow the virus’s steady assault on her immune system.By SCOTT STEELE6 min
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