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Tez Anderson and Mark S. King wonder if their lives can “have another act” outside of the HIV arena.
People who saw substantial CD4 T-cell gains during the first two years after diagnosis had better outcomes.
New research looks at strategies to improve social connections for people living with HIV.
Having HIV can speed up the aging process by up to five years, underlining the importance of early diagnosis and treatment.
Fatigue was associated with poorer performance on cognitive tasks related to processing speed but not learning ability.
Over half of people with HIV and 17% of those newly diagnosed are 50 and older.
Just 1 in 10 eligible menopausal women have used hormone therapy to treat hot flashes and other symptoms.
Anticholinergic medications can lead to cognitive problems and poor coordination, especially in older people.
Aging, weight gain and efavirenz use were all associated with lower free testosterone levels in men living with HIV.
Impaired ability to communicate can impact care and quality of life for deaf people aging with HIV
Watch AIDS czar Harold Phillips lead discussions on how the National HIV/AIDS Strategy can help communities, organizations and you.
Maybe it’s time to make your New Year’s resolution.
Born with hemophilia, Ryan was diagnosed with HIV as a kid. Before- and after- passing at the age of 18, his spirit changed the world.
A large study found that heart disease and mental health conditions are driving use of multiple medications as people age.
The weekly series of videos arrives as Gilead Sciences awards $16.6 million in grants to programs helping people aging with HIV.
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