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Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), is a disease which destroys the immune system and makes the affected person vulnerable to opportunistic infections and tumors. There is no cure for AIDS, but modern multi-drug therapies have been successful in helping people with AIDS manage the disease.

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Cook Your Wash: An Effective HIV Prevention Technique Among Injection Drug Users
HIV can be spread through sharing of equipment used to prepare drugs even without sharing injections. However, a simple intervention such as heating t.....
HIV Ups Risk of NAFLD and Progressive Liver Disease
In HIV-affected individuals, prevalence and mortality rates linked to NAFLD are increasing, leading to progressive liver disease risk, revealed two st.....
Minimal Use of Hearing Aids by Elder Hispanic/Latino Adults in US
Only 4.6 percent or 87 out of 1900 adults aged around 60 years of Hispanic/Latino backgrounds were found to use hearing aids, revealed a new study.
Cannabidiol Aids to Deliver Medications into the Brain
Cannabidiol (CBD) could aid to deliver medications to the mouse brain bypassing blood-brain barrier (BBB), according to new study published in the ACS.....
Safe & Effective Method to Help HIV Infected Couples Conceive
Highlights:
  • In HIV infected couples, where the female partner is HIV positive and the ma.....


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
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
Needlestick Injuries - Risks, Prevention & Treatment
A needlestick injury is a common occupational hazard that occurs when the skin has been pierced by a needle or a sharp object... Read More



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