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Sudden cognitive dysfunction is a common concern for seniors who’ve survived a serious bout of COVID-19.
A $7 million grant goes to new research seeking insights to neurological and cognitive problems.
HIV leads to brain inflammation and cognitive decline, but adding marijuana to the mix doesn’t seem to further such damage.
Factors associated with a higher risk of impairment include depression, poor adherence to antiretrovirals and opportunistic infections.
I recently got a flu shot. Can I still get influenza?; Is it better to clean your hands with soap or hand sanitizer?
A study suggests cannabis use is linked to lower odds of neurocognitive problems in this population.
A study conducted in Africa compared various cognitive outcomes between children with and without the virus.
After almost a decade on antiretroviral therapy, half of study participants still had HIV in immune cells in their brain and spinal fluid.
Cognitive decline has long been thought of as an inevitable effect of aging, but its roots begin decades before obvious symptoms manifest.
Smoking marijuana could reduce cognitive decline in people living with HIV.
Middle-aged people living with the virus have a higher rate of silent cerebral small-vessel disease than their HIV-negative peers.
The authors of a recent study hypothesize that HIV’s initial attack on the brain may be responsible for subsequent cognitive decline.
Antiretroviral treatment of HIV may combat and even halt the harmful effects the virus appears to have on brain aging and cognitive function
Sustiva (efavirenz), which is included in Atripla, is associated with central nervous system side effects and sleep disturbances.
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