Monkey-infecting virus may provide part of future HIV vaccine
A protein from Simian Immunodeficiency Virus , which can infect monkeys and apes, has shown promise as a potential component of a vaccine against Human Immunodeficiency Virus .
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HIV treatment via community-based clubs can reduce retention of patients in care, study finds
Delivery of antiretroviral HIV treatment via community-based clubs can reduce retention of patients in care, according to a new research study published in the open-access...
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Is Andrographis Safe and Does It Work? A Non-Biased Review
Andrographis is one particular herb that's grown in popularity with claims that it contains powerful anti-inflammatory, antiviral and other health-promoting properties. Here...
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Diagnosed with HIV at 26 - the Welsh actor whose life was turned upside down
Richard Watkins has opened up about coming to terms with the incurable condition
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Aging HIV population face complicated rheumatologic care
CLEVELAND - As the national population of patients who are HIV-positive continues to age, rheumatologists will be increasingly called on to manage routine care for crystal...
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Successful HIV effort prompts call for clinics to expand mental health services on site
Increasing access to mental health services improves HIV outcomes among vulnerable patients, a new study suggests. Based on their findings, the researchers are urging HIV...
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Recommended treatment options scarce for pregnant women with HIV
During a panel this year at CROI, Monica Gandhi, MD, MPH, professor of medicine and medical director of the Ward 86 HIV clinic at the University of California, San Francisco...
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With Cassandra Calabrese, DO
My path toward the field of infectious diseases was a bit winding. My love for immunology began at a young age. I was inspired to become an immunologist by my father, a...
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Increasing access to mental health services improves outcomes for people with HIV
Increasing access to mental health services improves HIV outcomes among vulnerable patients, a new study from the University of Virginia School of Medicine suggests.
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Ex-nurse accused of raping patient appeals HIV testing order
A former nurse charged with sexually assaulting an incapacitated woman who later gave birth at a Phoenix long-term care facility has appealed an order requiring a test to...
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Mung beans enrich soil organic carbon in cereal-cereal cropping systems
A study funded by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research revealed that mung beans could be used to boost soil organic carbon levels in cereal-cereal cropping systems...
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Travis Scott To Donate All Profits From Tour Merch To Planned Parenthood
Travis Scott announced the move onstage at Hangout Fest, saying it was in support of the people of Alabama If there's one organization that needs all of our support right now...
Poor Semen Quality in Young Men in Switzerland
Semen quality is very poor in young men in Switzerland. A nationwide study found that only 38 percent of young Swiss men had semen quality parameters above the threshold set by...
UPDATE: Hepatitis cases linked to turmeric supplements rumble on as...
Italyâs National Institute of Health reports a further six new hepatitis incidences linked to the consumption of turmeric-based food supplements bringing the total to ten cases.
Early Life Nicotine Exposure Alters Neurons, Influences Brain to Addiction Later
Neonatal exposure to nicotine modifies the reward circuity in the brains of newborn and raise their preference for the drug in later adulthood, finds a new study.
Blood Proteins Can Predict Heart Failure Risk
Blood proteins may be useful in identifying people who are at high risk for developing heart failure, reveals a new study.
Poor Sleep is Bad for Your Heart: Here's Why
Lack of sleep can affect your heart health. Therefore, people who don't get enough sleep are at a higher risk of developing stroke and heart attack, reveals a new study.
Cannabidiol Benefits People With Heroin Use Disorder
In people with heroin abuse, CBD tended to reduce physiological measures of stress reactivity, such as increased heart rate and cortisol levels, that are induced by drug cues.
Hepatitis cases linked to turmeric supplements rumble on as incidences rise...
Italyâs National Institute of Health reports a further five new hepatitis incidences linked to the consumption of turmeric-based food supplements bringing the total to nine cases.