HIV-infected infants who have a good response to ART are likely to recapture missed developmental milestones compared with uninfected infants but are unlikely to achieve full recovery.
Glycemic response was independent of diabetic medication prescribed among HIV-infected adults with T2D, according to a study.
Diabetes mellitus in HIV-infected adults may develop at an earlier age and in the absence of obesity when compared to the general adult population, according to a study.
People with bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, or major depression with psychosis may be up to 15 times more likely to be HIV positive compared to the general population, according to a study.
Sustained viral response correlated with a significant decrease in the risk of diabetes mellitus and a trend towards decrease in chronic renal failure, according to a study.
Stribild has been updated to include use in patients aged ≥12 years weighing ≥35kg.
Vaccines against HIV/AIDS enter a new era.
Evotaz label has been updated to include data from Trial 114 including updates to the drug interactions and specific populations sections.
Critics of the FDA's current restriction on blood donation from MSM argue that it is unnecessary and discriminatory, and propose a policy based on individual risk rather than sexual orientation.
Vitamin D supplementation may be warranted for deficient patients with HIV who are initiating statin therapy.
Improving health outcomes for blacks living with HIV infection is necessary to reduce HIV in the United States.
Highly active antiretroviral therapy may boost susceptibility to the bacterium that causes syphilis.
Findings show that approximately 2 in 5 HIV patients are in need of depression treatment with only about half of these patients actually receiving antidepressant treatment.
In sub-Saharan Africa, a 4-fold increase has been seen in pretreatment HIV drug resistance in children with prenatal exposure to ART.
Measuring anti-Müllerian hormone in HIV-infected women may enable clinicians to predict risk of early menopause, and potentially prevent menopause-related comorbidities.
The abundance of certain bacterial taxa in the cervicovaginal microbiome plays a role in the risk of acquiring HIV infection.
Strong associations seen between psychiatric symptoms and suicidal ideation in people living with HIV/AIDS.
Drs Gianella and Karris discuss the many factors that play a role in the underrepresentation of women in HIV research.
Combination antiretroviral therapy is associated with an overall reduction in liver fibrosis in HIV-infected patients with and without hepatitis co-infections.
Standardized counseling messages accompanying ART and PrEP help maximize HIV prevention in HIV-serodiscordant couples.
A review of coronary heart disease in patients with HIV.
HIV PEP preferred regimen Stribild seems to be a good option for immunocompetent people without HIV infection due to the ease of use and tolerable adverse effect profile.
Despite availability of free treatment and care, the HIV-positive population of the United Kingdom has a higher risk of death than the general population.
Kingella kingae causes microbial keratitis in a 52-year-old patient with HIV.
A two-way, personalized daily text messaging intervention can improve ART adherence among HIV-positive adolescents and young adults.
Rosuvastatin appeared to improve symptoms of COPD in HIV-infected individuals with abnormal lung function.
Cervicovaginal fluid from pregnant and nonpregnant women decreased HIV infectivity compared with positive controls.
Low CD4/CD8 ratios offer novel markers for assessment of risk of lung cancer in HIV.
Race/ethnicity, lower social status, and substance abuse are barriers to HIV testing.
Cetuximab may result in less locoregional failure for HIV-associated squamous cell carcinoma of the anal canal.
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