HIV/AIDS

15 Ways to Live to be 100 When You Have HIV -Term Life

An HIV diagnosis was once a death sentence, but that is no longer the case for those of us who stay healthy. In fact, the average HIV-positive person today is expected to live to be nearly 80, roughly on par with the general population. As more and more people reaching the century mark, here’s...

New therapy keeps HIV at bay without daily drug regimen, study says

The hunt for an HIV treatment that roots the virus out of its hiding places and kills it just got more interesting. A human antibody that already has shown promise in protecting people against HIV infection has demonstrated the ability to suppress the resurgence of the infection for as long as 19 weeks in infected...

8 Things People with HIV and AIDS Want You to Know:Term Life

Every day, 22 Filipinos are reported to be HIV (human immunodeficiency virus)-positive. In the past five years, the number of HIV and AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome) cases has gone up an astonishing 277%. The UN even reported that the Philippines is one of the seven countries that have a 25 percent increase in HIV...

Atlanta’s Alarming HIV & AIDS Stats Are Our Problem | Med Log

The headline is as frightening as it sounds: “Half Of Atlanta’s Newly Diagnosed HIV Patients Have AIDS, Grady Testing Finds.” Yet, what may sound like an isolated problem is a complicated issue whose faults are multidimensional and could easily pour over into other major metropolitan cities. If they haven’t already. As NPR’s Lisa Hagen reports, Atlanta...

Early Warning Signs of HIV & AIDS that Most People Miss

Unlike other types of serious infections that exist, which include some aggressive STDS, onset HIV infections do not display any symptoms. This is what makes it difficult for a person to obtain help when initially becoming infected, because they still feel the same way that they have always felt, before the infection occurred. However,...

10 THINGS POLICYMAKERS CAN DO NOW TO END HIV:Term Life

“The Nation has the tools to slow, and eventually end, the epidemic in the United States. With ongoing leadership, sustained funding commitments, strategic action, and emerging digital tools and technologies to help inform and educate, the American people are closer than ever to the day when the Strategy’s vision will be attained.”  -National HIV/AIDS...

20 Years After HIV Announcement, Magic Johnson Emphasizes: “I Am Not Cured”

The announcement, 20 years ago today, came as a shock: “Because of the HIV virus I have obtained, I will have to retire today from the Lakers,” Earvin “Magic” Johnson, with his wife Cookie at his side, told a packed room of sports reporters, many of whom cried when they heard the news. In 1991,...

HIV/AIDS – Not infectious – Live more comfortably using natural remedies.Term Life

Needs no comment HIV/AIDS Virus HIV electron picture This is Oscar, he has feline HIV but is fit and well and lives with Mr Snow another feline HIV cat There are certain subjects which seem to be taboo, yet those who it affects can feel very lonely and isolated, even sometimes from their loved ones or partners. I will...

10 Most Interesting Facts About HIV/AIDS-Term Life

t’s hard to believe that HIV/AIDS has only been a recognized for about 30 years. In that time, the plague has gone from a relatively unknown disease to a worldwide health crisis and claimed more than 30 million lives. Despite progress, AIDS continues to kill about 8,000 Americans each year. Elsewhere in the world,...

20 New Things You Need to Know About HIV

Photo: Getty Images The latest on HIV These days, the news about HIV/AIDS is mostly good. We’re hearing about “functional” cures, better drugs, fewer side effects and longer lives. There are still shadows here and there—not enough Americans know their HIV status and transmission rates are going up in certain groups. But knowing what’s going on...

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