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AIDS/HIV - Epidemiology

The HIV/AIDS epidemics spreading through the countries of Sub-Saharan Africa are highly varied. Although it is not correct to speak of a single African epidemic, Africa is without doubt the region most affected by the virus.

 

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Smokers with HIV Have Higher Incidents of Chronic Lung Disease
Smokers living with HIV in Ontario are diagnosed with chronic lung disease more often and earlier than HIV-negative people, reports a new study. The f.....
Vitamin E can Treat Fatty Liver in HIV Patients
Fatty liver disease commonly affects HIV patients, especially non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH). A new study suggests that taking vitamin E can he.....
New Treatment Strategy for Depression Uses AI and Brain Scans
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  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) and brain scanning can predict which treatment .....
New Mobile App Intervention can Reduce Depressive Symptoms in HIV Patients
New app-based mobile health (mHealth) intervention called Run4Love significantly decreased depressive symptoms among people who are living with HIV (P.....
Low Rates of HIV Testing Among At-risk Teenage Boys Feed the Growing Epidemic
Majority of teenage boys who are at most in danger for growing HIV aren't being examined for the disease, reveals a new study. The findings of the stu.....


Screening Tests for Tuberculosis
Tuberculin skin test and Interferon – Release Assays are tests used to screen for tuberculosis... Read More
Drug Resistance – Antibiotic or Antimicrobial Resistance
Drug resistance is often a problem in malaria, tuberculosis, HIV, sexually transmitted diseases and hospital acquired diseases. Judicious use of antibiotics can control the problem... Read More
Tinnitus - Causes - Symptoms - Diagnose - Treatment - FAQs
Tinnitus is the perception of ringing, hissing, or other sound within the ears when no corresponding external sound is present... Read More
Sulphonamide Allergy - Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention
Sulphonamide allergy is one of the commonest drug allergy reactions. It is seen to antibiotics containing the sulphonamide group. .. Read More
Vampire Facial | Blood Facial – Does It Improve Your Skin Appearance?
Vampire facial or vampire facelift or platelet-rich plasma facial is a skin beauty treatment made popular by Kim Kardashian. A sample of your blood is drawn and the liquid portion or platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is injected into the skin by microneedling to improve skin tone and texture... Read More
Safe Sex
Sex is fun but involves health risks such as sexually transmitted diseases (STDs or unplanned pregnancy specially in those who have multiple partners or in those having unprotected sex... Read More
Presbycusis (Age-related Hearing Loss)-Causes-Symptoms-Diagnosis-Treatment-FAQs
Presbycusis (age related hearing loss) is the gradual loss of hearing that occurs as people get older. Presbycusis involves progressive sensorineural hearing loss... Read More
Opportunistic Infections - Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment & Prevention
Opportunistic infections are microbial infections that can cause disease in persons with a weak immune system, but usually do not cause disease in healthy people... Read More
Online Hearing Tests - Types, Procedure, Results, Interpretation
Online hearing tests enable you to test your hearing to check slow or sudden hearing loss right at your home. The results of these hearing tests direct further action... Read More
Drug-Induced Neuropathy
Some drugs which are prescribed to treat disease may cause neuropathy as an adverse effect. Signs and symptoms of drug-induced neuropathy can be debilitating and permanent. Know about adverse effects of therapeutic drugs to avoid them, when possible... Read More



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