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Focus on HIV-2 Infection: A Clinician Roundtable

Clinicians should be aware of the possibility of HIV-2 infection in their patients coming from endemic areas, especially West Africa.

What Is the Role of Palliative Care in the Current HIV Treatment Era?

Numerous barriers to palliative care in patients living with HIV have been identified.

Fear-Based Public Health Campaigns for HIV/AIDS Prevention: Efficacy and Ethics

Is fear the best method for educating the public about the risks of contracting HIV, or does it further stigmatize an already underserved population?

Improving the Care of Aging Adults Living With HIV

Two HIV experts discuss their ongoing research involving HIV in aging adults and provide insights on how some major health concerns can be addressed to ...

Mothers Infected With HIV: How to Advise Mothers Who Wish to Breastfeed

Some advocates say that women with undetectable viral loads should be able to breastfeed after thorough consultation with their clinicians.

The Uncertain Association Between Abacavir and the Risk for Acute Myocardial Infarction

A higher prevalence of traditional cardiovascular risk factors may be partially responsible for the increased incidence of cardiovascular disease in people living with HIV.

Influence of Vitamin D in HIV Infection

The connection between vitamin D deficiency and the incidence and severity of HIV is examined in a featured article.

Harnessing Mucus to Fight Human Immunodeficiency Virus

In an interview with Infectious Disease Advisor, Dr Samuel Lai explains how he and his colleagues are investigating the role of cervicovaginal mucus in preventing ...

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Gut Barrier Dysfunction Markers Predict Abdominal Fat Increases in ART-Naive Individuals

Gut Barrier Dysfunction Markers Predict Abdominal Fat Increases in ART-Naive Individuals

Abdominal fat gains due to antiretroviral therapy may be predicted by gut barrier dysfunction markers in ART-naive individuals.

HIV Medical Providers Have Gaps in Understanding the Affordable Care Act

HIV Medical Providers Have Gaps in Understanding the Affordable Care Act

Medical providers in Medicaid expansion states were optimistic about the ACA improving HIV patient outcomes.

Food Insecurity Associated With Substance Use in Women Infected With HIV

Food Insecurity Associated With Substance Use in Women Infected With HIV

Food insecurity may be longitudinally associated with substance use among women infected with HIV in the United States.

Cardiac Changes Linked With Specific ARVs in Perinatally Acquired HIV

Cardiac Changes Linked With Specific ARVs in Perinatally Acquired HIV

Individual antiretroviral medications have been linked with changes in cardiac structure in youths with perinatally acquired HIV.

Physical Activity Associated With Cognitive Benefits in Women Living With HIV

Physical Activity Associated With Cognitive Benefits in Women Living With HIV

The ability of physical activity to reduce the risk of cognitive impairment is a practical way to improve the health of women living with HIV.