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Magnesium is said to figure as one of the greatest predictors of heart disease, and just about all of us are deficient.
Study participants treated with the monoclonal antibody had a 56% reduction in harmful cholesterol.
This finding from a study of people switching from TDF to TAF for HIV treatment may also have implications for those on PrEP.
Researchers analyzed autopsies among people with HIV who died in New York City since 1984.
This increased risk is not driven by differences in plaque buildup in the arteries compared with those who are HIV negative.
Additionally, researchers found that those with an unsupressed viral load had higher risk than those people with undetectable HIV.
Researchers have found that, among nonsmokers, HIV itself is linked to a person’s elevated risk of atherosclerosis, a precursor to heart attac...
HIV infection rather than antiretroviral treatment is linked to a risk for atherosclerosis among those who have never smoked.
HIV-positive individuals who maintain undetectable viral loads and high CD4 cell counts in the absence of ARV therapy have atherosclerosis.
Treatment with the diabetes drug metformin prevented the progression of coronary atherosclerosis in a study of people living with HIV.
People with HIV and metabolic syndrome who combined the diabetes drug Glucophage may be able to stave off signs of cardiovascular disease.
An experimental antiretroviral (ARV) drug by Tobira Therapeutics, TBR-652, was found to be both safe and tolerable in a study published in the...
The length of time (duration) that someone has been infected with HIV, as well as his or her markers of blood vessel and immune inflammation,...
Even though many people have controlled their HIV for years, some can still hit detours like cancer or hepatitis. But with the right...
Initiating antiretroviral (ARV) therapy when the CD4 cell count is above 350 is associated with a reduced risk of arterial stiffness.
HIV-positive people are aging faster than those not infected HIV, possibly due to the body’s hyperactive response to the virus.
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